Turn Your World Upside Down; the place of inversions in Iyengar Yoga.
with Prabhakara 

Saturday 15th of September 1:00pm- 4:00pm


Looking at the value of inversions, how and when to place them in a practice sequence, their value and effect, safe practice and how to progress.  
Prabhakara is a Senior Intermediate Level 1 teacher and has been teaching since 1998.

Prabhakara began practicing yoga in 1988 and attended his first Iyengar class in early 1990, in Dunedin, New Zealand.


In 1997 Prabhakara was ordained into the Triratna Buddhist Order (Prabhakara is a Buddhist name given at the time of his ordination). His exploration and practice of Buddhism has developed in parallel with his exploration of yoga. He began to practice yoga because he was so stiff that he found sitting for meditation difficult and uncomfortable. He then observed that his chronic back problems disappeared once he began to practice yoga. Dealing with back pain was the incentive that kept Prabhakara practicing and the ‘feel good’ factor he felt after each yoga class was the motivation to continue and to explore yoga more deeply.


Prabhakara has been teaching in Birmingham at the Birmingham Yoga Studio for the past 16 years and recently moved to Malvern where he lives with his wife and young son.


He is now also teaching at the Hereford Yoga Centre, an Iyengar yoga studio in Hereford.


£30 Early bird discount until 4th August 2018



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