Friday, July 27 · 9-10:30 AM · $35 ($25 for Friends of SAC)
ONLINE SALES ARE NOW CLOSED – A FEW SPOTS ARE STILL AVAILABLE, FIRST COME FIRST SERVED IN PERSON FRIDAY MORNING STARTING AT 8:30 AM.
Eddie will teach a one-and-a-half hour Ashtanga Yoga primary series class, followed by a short talk on the underlying neurophysiological mechanisms that contribute to an effective yoga practice. Ashtanga Yoga is a dynamic practice that focuses on linking breath in movement within a variety of traditional yoga postures. The class will end with a short breathing practice to balance the branches of the nervous system. All levels are welcome. Bring your own mat.
Eddie Stern is a yoga teacher, author, and lecturer based in Brooklyn, New York. He is known for his multi-disciplinary approach to furthering education and access to yoga, as well as his teaching expertise in Ashtanga Yoga. His projects include the Urban Yogis, a gun- and harm reduction program in Queens; Breathe, Move, Rest, a public education health and wellness non-profit; and most recently, The Breathing App, a free app that teaches resonance breathing for stress and anxiety reduction. He has collaborated on several books about yoga, including Yoga Mala (Farrar, Straus and Giroux), and On Yoga: The Architecture of Peace (TASCHEN). His next book, One Simple Thing: A New Look at the Science of Yoga and How it can Transform Your Life (FSG) is due out in 2019. Eddie teaches out of his school in Brooklyn, Ashtanga Yoga New York. He has been practicing Yoga since 1987, and teaching since 1989.
Special thanks to Olga Palladino and Five Pillars Yoga for helping to make this program possible.
It’s friends like you that have made the first five years of SAC so successful. Now, we are taking the opportunity to invite you to become our Friend – formally – as we launch Southampton Arts Center Friends Circle.
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