YOGA AND MOVEMENT RESEARCH
with Diane Bruni
November 26th 2-5pm
Functional movement describes everyday movements such as squatting, twisting, reaching, pulling, jumping and walking. In this workshop, learn how these movements can be integrated into a yoga on the mat class adding variety and functionality into our practices. By being open to exploring, we will see where moving outside the box might take us.
Diane Bruni has been practicing yoga for 35 years, teaching students for 20 years, and training teachers for nearly two decades. Diane was the first Ashtanga yoga teacher in Canada. She co-founded the Downward Dog Yoga Centre, and hosted an internationally aired television series called Breathing Space Yoga. Diane is actively researching alternative therapeutic movement practices, believing that diversity in practice is the key to longevity. Her common sense approach allows her to integrate new ideas and movement patterns, allowing yogis of all levels new opportunities for growth, exploration and possibilities.