One of the most powerful teachings of the ancients is about letting go.
All religions and spiritual traditions tell us to let go of our suffering, of the tyranny of our thoughts, and of our constant judgments.
But what does it mean to let go? What does it feel like?
How is it different from giving in? How do we learn to let go of our attachments, our fears, of our constant holding on to the hope of making things be the way we want them to be all the time?
Can we learn to let go, not just of things we don’t want, but learn to let go into our true power, into our innate strength, and into our courage as well?
These are some of the questions we will explore.
We will use Active Asana and the Quiet Practices of Restorative Yoga, Pranayama, and Meditation to explore what it means to cultivate the wisdom of letting go on the mat and in our lives, minute by minute.
Who is the workshop for?
Open to all dedicated yoga practitioners.
An Important note about Props
Props greatly enhance your practice!
The venue does not itself provide props.
We will provide you with 1 bolster and 1 blanket.
You are required to bring with you a yoga mat, 3 more firm blankets, 2 blocks, 2 bricks and 1 D-ring belt/strap and personal eye cover – light eye bag, head wrap or soft cover.
Props can be stored in the venue overnight.
Upon completion of this workshop, you will receive a Yogacampus Certificate of Attendance. The course is also eligible for Yoga Alliance CPD credits.
Meet the Teacher
Judith Hanson Lasater, Ph.d, physical therapist, has taught yoga all around the world since 1971. The is the author of 11 books, the latest of which is Teaching Yoga with Intention: The Essential Guide to Skillful Hands-On Assists and Verbal Communication. She is one of the founders of Yoga Journal magazine, and frequently teaches courses with her daughter, Lizzie Lasater.