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Annie Carpenter

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June

15
8:30AM - 12:00PM

Thursday Immersion: Smart Transitions - Evoking Mindfulness and Strength

As we all know, Yogis don’t get injured while in a pose; it is coming into and out of a pose -- when our attention lapses -- that we may create strain or injury. We’ll look at some of the classic Yoga transitions and bring the power of our attention to them, seeking gaps in our concentration and physical areas of deficit or over-working.
Via the vehicle of moving from one pose into the next, we will shift from the future-orientation of already being there, or the past focus of being mentally stuck in the pose we are in, to the true present of moving mindfully from one pose to the next. Designed for Teachers and experienced Yogis, you’ll practice transitioning, assessing alignment and hands-on adjustments.

For dedicated practitioners and yoga teachers.
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About Annie Carpenter

Annie Carpenter. Known as a “teachers’ teacher,” Annie is the creator of SmartFLOW Yoga, an intelligent marriage of mindful movement with compassionate, wakeful alignment. Based in northern California, Annie creates practices that are at once advanced and challenging, yet safe and playful. Practicing yoga since the 70s, Annie continues to be a dedicated student (geek!) of anatomy, evolutionary movement, meditation and classical philosophy. Annie is the author of RelaxDEEPLY, a CD of restorative yoga, and Yoga for Total Back Care,” a DVD produced by Yoga Journal, and several SmartFLOW manuals. She contributes regularly to Yoga Journal. An influential Teacher Trainer since 2003, Annie leads 200/500 trainings and workshops globally, and at YogaGlo.com. Learn more at anniecarpenter.com.

Teaching Style

SmartFLOW

Where You Can Find Me

Yoga Tree San Francisco and Namaste in the Bay Area and YogaGlo.com

Affiliations & Endorsements

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Inspirational Quote:

"We learn by practice. Whether it means to learn to dance by practicing dancing or to learn to live by practicing living, the principles are the same. One becomes in some area an athlete of God."
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