It is essential as we age to stay fluid in both mind and body. In this practice we sense into the quality of flow in our bloodstream, lymph channels, spine and extracellular fluid. We develop a capacity for inquiry, witnessing, fluid resonance, and relational dialogue. We focus on refining our perceptual skills (interoception) in order to become more fluent in a capacity to sense and feel the tidal pulse of fluids.
All practices aim to connect us back to our inherent potency (shakti) and to uncover the creative vitality within each one of us.
Rather than learning movement from the "outside in," we emerge from the inside out, sensing inherent movement and identifying barriers to flow. Through movement, stillness, sound and visualization, we explore ways to support the autonomic nervous system within our nerves, glands, blood vessels and organs.
This two part workshop counts for 5 hours available for Continuing Education hours through Yoga Alliance
This workshop can be applied towards required hours for the Prajna Yoga 300/500-Hour Yoga Teacher Training Program, and is part of the Prajna Yoga Therapy Track
The workshops are recorded and 21 day access to replay is included.
Upon completion of this workshop, you will receive a Yogacampus Certificate of Completion.
This course counts toward the Prajna Yoga 300/500-Hour Yoga Teacher Training Program, and is part of the Prajna Yoga Therapy Track
Meet the Teacher
Tias Little synthesises more than 30 years of study in classical yoga, Sanskrit, Buddhism, anatomy, bodywork, and trauma healing in his dynamic, original style of teaching. Tias began studying the work of B. K. S. Iyengar in 1984 and in 1989 resided in Mysore, India, where he studied Ashtanga vinyasa yoga under the tutelage of Sri K. Pattabhi Jois. A licensed massage therapist, Tias has in-depth training in craniosacral therapy. His practice and teaching is influenced by the work of Ida Rolf, Moshé Feldenkrais, and Thomas Hanna. Tias earned a master’s degree in Eastern philosophy from St. John’s College in Santa Fe in 1998.
He is the founder of the Prajna Yoga school. in Santa Fe, New Mexico, with his wife, Surya. In 2010, Tias created SATYA, Sensory Awareness Training for Yoga Attunement, a therapeutic movement system. He also offers a wide array of online classes through Glo, YogaU, Yoga Journal, Embodied Philosophy, and Shambhala and teaches internationally. The author of three books: The Thread of Breath, Meditations on a Dewdrop and Yoga of the Subtle Body, his fourth book, The Path is the Practice: Lessons and Reflections on the Transformative Power of Yoga, was released in June 2020.