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MArch 2011: Jules Febre from Jivamukti New York THIS WEEKEND!

March 7, 2011

Workshops in JHB and CT

12th March – Living Yoga
10:00-12:00
Exploring Twists (workshop)

Twists can help detoxify the internal organs and lymphatic system. By compressing and decompressing the body held in a twist, the normal cleansing processes are supported.  For complete spinal health and flexibility, twisting movements are integral. The basis for life on earth is DNA and when we harmonize our bodies with the internal spiral coding, a new level of understanding is achieved. All levels

Cost: R300

12th March- Living Yoga
16:00-18:00
Hip Hop Asana

After years of working behind a desk Jules realized his need was to be with others in a more hands on relationship and took the 350 hour Jivamukti Yoga Teacher training. After completing the extensive one month training, he chose to work for an additional 350 hour advanced certification program. Jules decided it was time to give back to the neighborhood he grew up in and started Hip Hop Asana with two other Jivamukti Yoga teachers. Combining hip hop music & his street smarts, he teaches classes geared toward those interested in the hip hop culture and yoga

Cost:R300

13th March – Yoga Zone
14:00-16:00
Chakra Tuning

The Chakras are portals through which we perceive reality. We will explore the attributes of each of these seven energetic wheels from the root to the crown utilizing mantra, asana and high intention. By energetically inhabiting each of these centers we are able to address our karmas and hone in on possible root causes of our emotional, mental and physical challenges. This practice will instigate healing and a change in perception to make way for discovering our true nature.

Cost: R300

Jules Febre was born and raised in a section of New York City known as the Lower East Side. He grew up in the L.E.S. during a very rough period surrounded by violence, drugs and a general atmosphere of anger. At the age of 13, Jules spent three months in India; two of which were spent in Mysore studying Ashtanga Yoga with Sri. K. Pattabhi Jois. During that time he was invited to share satsang with Swami Nirmalananda and Shyam Das, two radical yogis that have each helped to add to the progression of yoga in the West. At the age of 16 Jules began working at the Jivamukti Yoga School helping to clean, by 21 had become the general manager of two Jivamukti Yoga Schools and eventually became the C.O.O of Jivamukti Inc. in New York City.

David Matamela is a South African choreographer and dance instructor who was the resident choreographer for the 2007 musical production of The Lion King South Africa.  In 1998 he collaborated with Debbie Rakusin in the Vusa Dance Company that toured Australia (Perth, Brisbane, Canberra and Sydney). The following year he choreographed the Millennium performance at Robben Island which was attended by ex-President Nelson Mandela and the president of South Africa, Thabo Mbeki and his cabinet ministers.
In 2000 he was invited to perform African Footprint in the London Dominion theatre, and also danced at the Royal Variety Show attended by Prince Charles.  He co-wrote and choreographed the hit South African dance musical African Footprint, and performed more than 350 performances as a lead dancer.  David has choreographed dancing for numerous corporate clients as well, from ABSA to M-Net.  In 2008 he choreographed SABC’2 Dorp to Dorp road show. He is also one of the judges of the South African version of the reality dance competition So You Think You Can Dance.

For bookings visit www.livingyoga.co.za or email cherryl@livingyoga.co.za

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JULES FEBRE – international yoga icon from Jivamukti New York back in SA.
After hosting him for a brilliant series of workshops last year we have him back at the Yoga Zone.

13th March – 14:00-16:00 @ Yoga Zone
The Chakras are portals through which we perceive reality. We will explore the attributes of each of these seven energetic wheels from the root to the crown through their corresponding asanas  and mantras. Through this we are able to address our karmas and hone in on possible root causes of our emotional, mental and physical challenges. This practice will instigate healing and a change in perception to make way for discovering our true nature.
Informative Introduction followed by asana practice. All Levels.
Cost R 300.

studio@yogazone.co.za | www.yogazone.co.za | www.julesfebre.com


 


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