• The Power and Presence of Iyengar Yoga 

    with Yogizain

    19, 20 et 21 avril 2019

     

    Zain Syed is a Certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher at the Introductory level 1 and 2.  Zain received his training in the Iyengar method throughHaxo Phillips at Adeline Yoga Studio in Berkeley, California. He has studied extensively with  senior Iyengar teachers Carrie Owerko, Lois Steinberg and Carolyn Belko.  He is currently studying for the next certification level of Intermediate Junior 1 . 

    Since teaching his first class at the San Quentin Prison, Zain served as a devoted teacher of the Prison Yoga Project where he taught every week for over six years.  He also taught at the Iyengar Yoga Institute of San Francisco as well as YogaWorks in Marin. 

    Yogi Zain’s demonstrations continue to inspire and engage a broad spectrum of eager students, encouraging their practice, the Iyengar way. By creatively sharing his passion for Iyengar yoga on social media, Zain has built a following online though his inspiring demo videos, which are shared and viewed by yoga communities around the world. He travels across the globe to teach workshops in different countries. 

    Stay connected with Yogi Zain on Facebook and Instagram.

     

    Schedule sessions :

     

    Friday april 19 2019      

    6.30pm – 9.00pm

     

    saturday april 20 2019

    10.30am – 1.00am

    2.00pm – 4.30pm

     

    sunday april 21 2019

    10.30am – 1.00am

    2.30pm – 5.00pm

     

    Venue:
    Yoga Colibri, 7 rue Notre Dame de Bonne Nouvelle 75002 Paris for all sessions.

    Cost: 

    60€ a session, 110€ a day and 230€ for the full 5 sessions.

    If you are able to commit to the full course then it is recommended as it will be progressive. Priority booking will be given to those doing so.

     

    To book a place or make enquiries:
    Contact infoyogacolibri@gmail.com

    For the french residents please send a check with order Yoga Colibri using the adress Yoga Colibri, 7 rue Notre Dame de Bonne Nouvelle 75002 Paris