We will venture in a self-journey, allowing, recognizing what emerges, recognizing the un-necessary, letting go, disconnecting from the heavy load we carry on our shoulders daily that prevents us to just be.
The connection between the body and mind has been well documented and researched. We know the two are intimately connected, and we know that moving our bodies helps us access different aspects of our minds.
the program will consist of 5 classes in the morning guided or mysore style depending on the level, guided morning Friday first series and 3 afternoons in which technical aspects of practice and pranayama (breathing techniques) will be discussed. At the end of each session there will be room for questions and answers.
Lucien grew up in a family of artists and musicians around the world, he was deeply immersed in classical music and had the opportunity to learn a few languages early on. In his teens, an uncle who had travelled in India introduced him to yoga and vipassana and among these newfound practices his interest in the metaphysical led him to research of shamanism and native practices of his father’s motherland, Mexico.
This week the approach to practice will focus on listening.