200 & 500 Hour Yoga Alliance Registered Power Vinyasa Yoga, Hot Yoga, Hatha Yoga & Yoga Therapy Teacher Training Facility
Altamonte Springs Yoga ♦ 249 West State Road 436 #1085 ♦ Altamonte Springs, FL 32714 ♦ (407) 494-5758 ♦ info@AltamonteSpringsYoga.com Altamonte Springs, Apopka, Casselberry, Lake Mary, Longwood, Maitland, Orlando, Sanford, Sorrento, Winter Park
Dice Iida-Klein Weekend Workshop
September 10-13, 2016
Friday 6pm-8:30pm – Inversional Flow/Fit Flow Master Class Saturday 9:30am-12pm – Intro to Flight Saturday 1:30pm-4pm – The ABC’s of the Inverted Yoga Practice Sunday 9:30am-12pm – Press ON: Elements of the Press workshop Sunday 1:30pm-4pm – Free Your Heart and Your Mind Will Follow Backbend Workshop
This workshop qualifies for YogaU (Yoga University of Florida) credits earned toward Altamonte Springs Yoga's Teacher Training Programs. THIS WORKSHOP IS OPEN TO STUDENTS, NONTEACHERS AND TEACHERS. YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE A STUDENT OF THE YOGA UNIVERSITY TO ATTEND THIS WORKSHOP.
STOP! Collaborate and listen ... DICE is back with a brand new invention yogis!! That's right Orlando Yogi's we're overjoyed to announce the return of DICE IDA-KLEIN to ASY & YOGAU!!
Weekend Workshop Schedule:
Friday 6pm-8.30pm – Inversional Flow/Fit Flow Master Class
Saturday 9.30am-12pm – Intro to Flight
Saturday 1.30pm-4pm – The ABC’s of the Inverted Yoga Practice
Sunday 9.30am-12pm – Press ON: Elements of the Press workshop
Sunday 1.30pm-4pm – Free Your Heart and Your Mind Will Follow Backbend Workshop
Dates: Friday, September 9 - Sunday September 11, 2016
Refund Policy: one month prior to event - FULL refund less $50 (weekend workshop) or $20 (individual workshop): AFTER 1 month prior to event NO REFUNDS
Bryce Yoga’s Signature Inverted Flow Practice
Variations of moving meditation characterize all forms of the asana practice. The rhythm of our breath is deeply connected to the movement of our bodies, encouraging us to practice living in the present moment and freeing us from distractions of the past and future. Join Dice in this strenuous, yet enjoyable flow master class. You will use the unity of your breath, mind, and body to guide you through surya namaskars, strong standing postures, arm balances and inversions, backbends, twists, and seated folds. Come ready to learn!
Details: Date: Friday, September 9, 2016 Time: Friday 6p-8:30p
Do you remember when you stepped into your first yoga class? The sensation of experiencing down dog and chaturanga for the first time? Well, prepare to enter into a new world as this class summons the beginner in you once again! Most yogis consider handstand, adho mukha vrksasana, an extremely difficult and advanced asana. Although it requires considerable strength, agility, and stamina, it can be just as elemental to your practice as plank or downward-facing dog. We will cover the fundamental alignment points of handstand through a study of the dynamic and interconnected movements of the yoga vinyasa, particularly down dog, plank, and chaturanga. We welcome and encourage all levels to attend!!
The extraordinary artist M. C. Escher once asked, “Are you really sure that a oor can’t also be a ceiling?” He loved to break boundaries and play with the space around him. This class offers you a similar invitation. Handstand, headstand, and various arm balances urge us to look at the world from a different angle. In this class, we will incorporate strong standing postures, variations from the oor to the sky, and the transitions that occur in between. We will also explore the great mystery of the core center and the bandhas – the most important tools to help you get upside down. Prepare to sweat, laugh, and leave it all on your mat.
This workshop is all about the PRESS! Learning to hold handstand or headstand is hard, but learning to enter handstand and headstand using minimal or no momentum is even more challenging. Yogis will learn to use props like blankets and blocks to help enter their inversions in a smooth and controlled manner. Press on yogis!
As we grow older, we find ourselves drawing inward, protecting our ego and self from outside influences. This inward focus can promote a tightening of the front body and a lack of strength in the back body. Finding an outlet, or an outward expression through backbending postures can reverse these effects. Come and explore liberating backbends, opening your heart, mind and front body to what is possible and strengthening your back body, learning from what has passed and is behind you. Open to all levels of athletic practitioners.
Dice found Yoga in the summer of 2007. Up until finding yoga, Dice enjoyed any physical activity, but never felt fully satisfied from the daily gym routine, running, tennis, spinning, etc. Physical activities are a great way to stay occupied and fit, but Dice had never been able to fully ritualize one activity and make it a part of his daily life. Yoga helped him to understand that there was more than just the physical aspect to feeling good...there was a mental aspect as well. Pushing one’s own boundaries is as much a mental challenge as it is a physical one. Combining the two was where he found his yoga/union/balance.
Dice was originally trained in the Anusara method under teachers like Anthony Benenati, Noah Maze, Tara Judelle and Chris Chavez. Though Anusara based, Dice considers himself a student of the Flow. In his classes he strives to breakdown advanced poses while maintaining the pace and fluidity of a flow class. He considers it an honor to live in Venice, CA where he can take from amazing teachers like Brock and Krista Cahill, Jerome Mercier, Annie Carpenter, Noah Maze and Vinnie Marino. He currently teaches strong inverted flow classes at Black Dog Yoga in Sherman Oaks, Equinox gyms all over Los Angeles and YogaGlo.com, an online-based Yoga company where classes and tutorials are filmed weekly for online subscribers all around the world to view.
About Dice and Briohny
Dice and Bri love being upside down in an inversion or playing with arm balances as well as transitions from upside down to right side up and vice versa. Using inversions like Adho Mukha Vrksasana/Handstand, yogis can create the space for confidence and strength to grow in a fun yet focused way. The playful aspect of yoga is just as important as its disciplined aspect. Yoga helps to bring awareness to one’s own body. This awareness is the balance of the body and mind. In their workshop’s, Dice and Bri’s strive to help yogis bridge the gap between the two. Their workshops are fun and rigorous with a focus on body awareness and key alignment points to help yogis get in and out of risky poses in an intelligent and safe way. Their goal is to not only teach their fellow yogis how to apply the workshop to their own practice but how to help one another safely and effectively as well. Yogis can expect to work hard and have a blast doing it!