Inspired Vinyasa Flow
Strength, Balance, and Personal Power
February 15 - 17, 2019
Friday - Sunday, 2 nights
Plus 2 nights all-inclusive accommodations priced separatelyRegistration Closed
Yoga is a powerful path to deepen your physical and spiritual practices, get closer to yourself, and connect with community. Embrace a deep sense of strength, balance, and personal power in this inspiring yoga and movement retreat with celebrated yoga teacher and kirtan singer Prajna Vieira, E-RYT 500.
Take this opportunity to experience a fun, challenging Vinyasa Flow retreat for all experience levels, and be inspired by Prajna unique teaching style, featuring energizing, alignment-focused sequences, curated playlists, mantra meditation and harmonium lullabies.
Through dynamic asana flows, grounding restorative practices, and guided space for reflection and peaceful stillness, you will discover joy and connectedness as you learn to:
- Move, sweat, and breathe with intention through Prajna’s signature energizing flow practices
- Explore poses from the perspective of sustainability and longevity
- Safely learn inversions appropriate for your body
- Apply basic principles of strength, stability, and mobility to stay supple and injury-free in your practice
- Practice restorative shapes and guided meditation to achieve a deeper sense of personal power, contentment, passion, and freedom.
- Experience a deep sense of peace, relaxation and connectedness through the practices of restorative yoga and mantra meditation.
Invigorate and expand your practice by balancing dynamic movement, connected alignment, and deep relaxation—your source of power and vitality.
Prajna Vieira, E-RYT 500
Prajna Vieira is the lead singer of the Mukti Kirtan Ensemble, and is also known for her work with world music pioneer Jai Uttal and other artists.Prajna Vieira has been practicing yoga for over 2 decades and teaching since 2002. Because she remains a dedicated student, her teaching is first and foremost inspired by her personal practice, with its roots in the Ashtanga and Iyengar traditions. All of her teachers have influenced her work in some way, but she especially acknowledges Maty Ezraty, Judith Lasater, Chuck Miller, and Erika Abrahamian for profoundly influencing her life, her practice, and her work.As a teacher and as a teacher trainer, Prajna’s one aim is to assist students in moving forward in their practice. She believes that this begins with seeing students—seeing not only their unique bodies, but also their energy, their patterns, their hearts. She looks at how people respond and react to the experiences that arise in each moment—how do they engage with intensity, with softness, with tension, or with stillness? She believes in long-term practice, in patience, in consistency, and taking the long view. Her classes aren’t intended to entertain, but rather to inform, to explore, and to practice.Along the way we may laugh, we may get creative, we may try crazy things, or we may go back to basics. What she teaches on any given day depends largely on who shows up. She loves this work with all her heart, and hopes she gets to do it for a very long time.Prajna is also a long time practitioner of Bhakti Yoga (the yoga of the heart) and kirtan, a traditional chanting practice. She believes that just like posture and breath, sound, too, is an incredible vehicle of transformation. Over the years she has had the good fortune to share this practice internationally, performing regularly with world music pioneer Jai Uttal, as well as with her own ensemble, Mukti, as a duet with yoga music producer Ben Leinbach, and with countless other kirtan artists. Prajna sometimes incorporates this chanting practice into her classes, or she will sing during savasana.Yoga is a multidimensional practice with numerous techniques and traditions to help us heal, grow, and examine our relationship with what is. She strives to be true to the traditions of yoga, while embracing innovation and discovery.
Fuel up your practice with Vinyasa Flow, music, meditation, relaxation, and community—the ultimate yoga experience.
Experience Debbie’s engaging approach to vinyasa yoga encompassing her wide range of experience as a radio DJ, dancer, musician, gymnast, and strength coach. <br /> <br />
Be inspired by a lifelong practitioner of all things movement, and discover an accessible, grounded way to bring the power and strength of yoga into your daily life.
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1440 Multiversity is a place to spend time engaging some of life's most meaningful personal questions and to enjoy, restore, and reenergize yourself as you do it.
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Accommodation rates include more than just the bed you sleep in.
Per-person per-night rates include:
- nourishing locally sourced, seasonal meals
- daily meditation and yoga classes
- non-ticketed evening events
- use of all facilities, including the Fitness Center, steam rooms, and infinity-edge hot tub.
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