The Second Series is called Nadi Shodana, the cleansing of the little rivers, the opening of the channels though which the subtle breath can move. In this course, we go through every posture in the Second Series, learning adaptations to make the practice accessible, experimenting with different sequencing patterns for various stages of practice, and exploring postural loops for working with difficult forms.
Each session includes a 2.5+ hour practice of asana, pranayama and meditation, followed by 2 hours of workshop.
Ty has an unwavering love for this unique somatic discipline, which he began practicing back in 2005. Drawing on his formal background in philosophy (PhD University of Virginia), Ty has an unusual power for illuminating the internal dynamics of yoga. He sees yoga as conscious participation in archetypal patterns of human development, which he is ever drawn to explore.