Event Date: 
Saturday, February 25, 2012 - 9:00am - 12:30pm

Date: Saturday, February 25

Time: 9:00 am to 12:30 pm

Place: The Arts Centre


Come and enjoy a class and workshop with experienced yoga instructor Traci Skuce. We will start with a one-hour class with emphasis on opening the hips. After a short break, we'll come back and delve into the mysteries of the Centre Line. Accessing the centre line is vital in balancing poses, assists energetically in lengthening the spine, and allows the body to move with greater freedom and presence. This workshop will benefit all levels of physical practice, from meditation to dance.

Fee for the workshop is $40; contact Amber to register (8775).


Traci Skuce started studying yoga in 1996.The study of Iyengar yoga appealed to her because of its detailed focus on alignment and the varied ways to learn about the body and the way it moves. Traci has studied with internationally recognized teachers. Teaching and practice, she feels, have offered her the most learning and she enjoys sharing this knowledge with her students: Over the years, I’ve come to believe that yoga is showing up for yourself. In deepening your understanding of posture (yoga asana) and coming to practice, you learn to listen to the wisdom of your body. Also, the body and the practice of yoga asana offer tools to help us deal with life situations. I’m interested in this translation. Learning to ground the body in asana, learning to cultivate awareness of the centre line, can be called upon at any time to bring us into a deeper relationship with ourselves, others and the world around us. This is the richness, the juice and the beauty of yoga.”



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