All levels welcome
G-Flow is simply a free flow of an undermined series of postures. Guylaine will decide on what postures and body areas to focus on once all students have arrived on their mats. We will practice in a more intuitive way depending on the energy in the room and how it changes throughout the class as well as focusing on the energy lines that ripple out from our sacral core through the muscles and limbs to help stretch our bodies open; less of precision of the perfect flow—but with more feeling and intuition. It’s not about doing postures in the way a teacher wants you to—it’s about learning through practice to trust yourself enough to do that which feels most right to you.
For Guylaine this is an extension and complement to her decades of personal practice and teaching in Ashtanga, which includes set sequences of postures. Though it may not be a conventional way to teach yoga, she believes it illustrates the path to yoga doesn’t have to conform to convention. She wants students to realize Yoga involves truth, joy, mindfulness, intimacy, and being awake to ourselves and our community.
Listening is the big learning. Learn to listen to the messages your body, mind and soul are telling you. The idea is to listen and remember—be guided from within.
Learn to honor your natural rhythms. Sometimes you need to do more yoga; sometimes less. You have to give yourself permission to do less when that is the right thing to do.
When you feel the peace within you, you will naturally experience an essential change in the way you think about yourself and how you see the world.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
YogaHub, 5-8 Camden Court, Dublin 2, Dublin, Ireland Dub, Dublin, Ireland