7 November is the official launch party of the Mindful Runner. If you’re a yogi who runs or a runner who yogis, this is the up and coming shop for you! 1 Olifants Road, Emmarentia, from 5:30-8:30pm. The Mindful Runner will be hosting yoga for running in the very near future, so stay tuned. You can also find them on Facebook.
Oh and look- a Full Moon!
And soon the spring equinox. Are you practicing?
Sometimes the hardest thing we do every day is get on the mat, but it’s the one thing we never regret.
Keep practicing, and maybe soon we’ll have an update on an available space.
Unfortunately, Ekam Yoga will be closed until further notice. At this time there is no practice space available, but I’m continuing to look for an ideal location to be able to offer affordable, consistent teaching in a central area.
Stay on your mats folks!
Ekam is now closed for winter hiatus. We will open again 1 September for daily morning self-practice in Greenside.
Until then, Sharline Rofail, who taught at Ekam in the early days, is in town for the next three months. She will be teaching Mysore practice at Gaia Yoga, in Parkhurst starting 1 July. Living in Copenhagen over the last few years, Sharline has had many opportunities to assist and learn from various senior teachers from around the world. Sharline has been teaching since 2008 and has been practicing under the guidance of Mikko Seppinen for the past four years. The practice schedule is Sundays 7-9am, M-F 6-8am, every Friday counted led at 6am.
And if you’re interested in the Ekam Ashtanga Practitioner Training starting 31 August, you need to let me know today! You can read more about it here and contact me with any questions.
You may have heard that Simon Borg-Olivier is in town 21 July, 2014. He will be offering one workshop from 6-9pm at the Ballroom, The Wanderers Club, 21 North Street, Illovo. Contact Dave Gardner for more details. As a community it’s to our benefit to support these stellar international teachers when the visit us from afar and take advantage of every opportunity to grow our own practice.
As always, Namaste!