As Easter approaches, it’s time to rejuvenate yourself. Your yoga practice must be more clever than your habits. Each time you step onto the mat, you have the chance to explore more movement choices, so that you can renew your membership of self-study. In this workshop, Cat will guide you through a clear pathway of weight through balanced joint space, so that your asana practice can feel fresh and full of ease while your liquid bones and mellifluous muscles learn to work together. Open to all levels.
A powerful and deep led-practice for seasoned students to embrace and build self-sufficiency. Explore and deconstruct more advanced poses, while affirming the basic essence embedded within. Students are encouraged to listen to Cat’s instruction, make self-adjustments, and playfully fuel intensity as desired. Students should be able to practice Handstand at the wall unassisted, and Urdhva Dhanurasana.
What do The Three Stooges, four-leaf clover hunting, and wine tasting have in common?
Yoga, according to Cat McCarthy. Whether telling a story on the silver screen or during class, Cat makes connections between everyday details and the big picture, weaving it all into a fun, poignant narrative.
A dedicated yoga practitioner since 1993 and innovative teacher since 2002, Cat holds teaching certifications in Anusara Yoga, Kripalu Yoga, and The Barnes Method Prenatal Yoga and has studied extensively within the philosophical tradition of Rajanaka Yoga. Cat’s facilitation in NVC (Non-Violent Communication) has helped bridge her mediation skills to her yoga practice both on and off the mat.
Mixing dynamic alignment and repatterning with a playful approach, Cat’s guidance informative and entertaining. When not traversing the globe to teach yoga, this Emmy-nominated filmmaker directs/produces non-fiction projects. For more info, please visit: www.catmccarthyyoga.com