The spiral is a universal sign, found everywhere, from tiny sea shells to ever expanding galaxies, spirals represent development. This special workshop takes on a journey of the ubiquitous spiral through asana and pranayama instruction given by Rulick Biloruset and live music/sound explorations with Zen musician Mamuk. During the first hour and a half of the practice, we will concentrate on deep internal spirals through abdominal twists that stimulate blood circulation and have a cleansing and refreshing effect on the organs and associated glands. Lengthening and twisting the muscles, tendons, ligaments, and fascia to their full length provide resilience of the soft tissues and extend their lifespan. Once we establish the equanimity in our physical bodies, we will explore more subtle aspects of our internal universe through sound and breath work.
Rulick teaches a dynamic style of Hatha yoga emphasizing the qualities of awareness and meditation in the practice. Studying with teachers who drew their lineage from the Iyengar tradition, Rulick developed good understanding of asana alignment, pranayama techniques and
hands-on adjustments. Ever committed to the healing and nurturing sides of yoga, Rulick helps his students to transcend their limits and guide them into the unknown.
Mamuka is a Zen musician. Born into a family of a famous Georgian composer, Mamuka left his home at the age of 18 and travelled the world ever since. Drawing from the tradition of Japanese flute art, he specializes in sound healing, acutonics, breathing techniques and bread making.
Not appropriate for pregnant women.