$75/session – individual sessions will be opened for purchase closer to the date of workshop
Friday, May 1, 2020; 6:30 – 8:00 pm
Yin ‘On The Rocks: Yin Yoga is quiet, subtle, and deep. It’s physical purpose is to work beneath the muscle tissues, delving into our connective tissues, ligaments, joints, bones, cartilage and the deepest facia networks in the body. Emotionally, it’s one hell of a release! This great transformative system, coupled with a charged opening sequence to get the body hot and juicy, is the perfect compliment to old and new, hard and soft, slow and fast, yin and yang. It’s another Eric Paskel original which always is more than just a class!
Saturday, May 2, 2020; 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
Soulful Slow Flow: Is a slow moving vinyasa class without any sun salutations. The slower moving class provides more time to enter and exit positions while having some “quality” time in the pose. There is plenty to work on physically, yet with no sun salutations and slower moving flows, there is a steadiness that provides room to reflect and to listen while moving. Turn it on now and you won’t need to turn off all day.
Saturday, May 2, 2020; 2:00 pm – 3:45 pm
Anatomy of Action: Only a human being has the freedom to choose his/her actions! In this study of ourselves, we will learn the principles and techniques from ancient yoga texts which teach us how to make our choices objective and consistent with who we are. Once you understand the anatomy of action, your actions will lead you to success in all you do. Lecture, interactive discussion. Oh and always a surprise!
Eric Paskel is known for his rock ’n roll personality in the normally quiet world of yoga. He is an international yoga teacher, marriage-family and child counselor, and motivational speaker. He has been a teacher of teachers for over 16 years, presenting at Yoga Journal Conferences, Kripalu Center, Bhakti Yoga Fest, Wanderlust, Telluride Yoga Festival and the Southeast Yoga Festival. Eric has also taken his brand of yoga around the globe, conducting teacher trainings, retreats and workshops in Russia, Mexico, Costa Rica, India and Belize.
Yoga Journal’s 14-day program is named after his signature class, Yoga Rocks. He has contributed article for mindbodygreen.com, ELEPHANTJOURNAL.COM and Mantra Magazine.
Articles on Eric can be found in magazines such as People, Shape, Fitness, Mantra, LA Yoga, First for Women, In Touch, Today’s Yoga and Origin.
Capitalizing on his name recognition, these companies have enlisted Eric as their Brand Ambassador: Ahnu Shoes, Breathe In Detroit, Violet Love, Vega, Spiritual Gangster and Belatees.
Already known as a trendsetter in the yoga world, Eric has added record breaker to his list of accomplishments. Using Ford Field, home of the Detroit Lions as his backdrop, he hosted the event, Yoga Rocks Ford Field, breaking the record for the largest indoor yoga class. He also led the longest yoga chain in Estes Park, CO at a Yoga Journal conference in 2012.
Eric Paskel founded, owned and operated a family of ten yoga studios in Michigan and California. His latest and greatest masterpiece is Electric Soul Yoga. Yoga Rocks, Yoga Rocks Bootcamp, and Vindalini were just some of his signature classes.
John Capouya, the author of Real Men Do Yoga, used Eric as his inspiration in writing the book.
Connect with Eric on FACEBOOK.COM/ERICPASKEL