Richard Freeman is one of the world’s leading teachers of Astanga Vinyasa yoga. He began the practice of yoga asana and meditation in 1968 and subsequently found an integrative vision in the teachings of the late Sri K. Pattabhi Jois. Richard’s teaching style is unique in that it continuously restructures and reframes the biomechanical and perceptual forms of the asanas and movements in the context of a profound understanding of yoga philosophy, all laden with humour and compassion. Richard spent nearly nine years in Asia studying various traditions which he incorporates into the Astanga yoga practice. Read Richard Freeman's full biography.
October 2015, Yogacampus Training Centre
A very special opportunity for yoga teachers and trainee teachers, of any yoga style, to study with one of the world's very top teachers and to learn the subtle internal energetics which should inform all asana practice. Explore alignment principles, movement patterns, common injuries, and adjustments.
October 2015, Cecil Sharp House
Enjoy a weekend workshop series with one of the world's leading teachers of Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga. Explore some of the postures of the Ashtanga Vinyasa series, in the context of the subtle energetics which inform the practice; discover the role of ujjayi breath, bandha and mudra; and experience the subtleties which enable backbending and inversions to prepare us for pranayama and meditation.
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