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To Do: Chuck Miller Comes to NYC this Weekend, April 27-29

in Events, YD News

Some yoga teachers are hip, some are popular, some are just plain legendary. We invite you to check out Chuck Miller who tends to fall in that last category. He doesn’t make too many trips to NYC (or anywhere, really) so here’s your chance to learn from a master teacher.

His bio:

Chuck Miller has been practicing yoga earnestly since 1971 and finally learned Ashtanga Yoga from Sri K. Pattabhi Jois in 1980. Studies with Pattabhi include numerous extended and familial encounters in America and nearly 2 years during 7 trips to Mysore , South India .

Chuck enjoys teaching with a focus on the wholistic nature of Ashtanga Yoga, teaching it as both a philosophical system as well as a strong practical method. Chuck is known for his gentle but deliberate hands-on adjustments which are both reassuring and challenging.

Teaching since 1988 Chuck was Director of Ashtanga Yoga and was a co-owner of the original Yoga Works in Santa Monica , CA , for over 16 years.

Chuck will be at Pure Yoga this weekend April 27th-29th:

April 27, 6:00pm – 8:30pm
Introduction to Sama Vinyasa Breath Roots Core
Experience the ultimate same-ness in the inner and outer self through your practice. Come prepared to practice Asana with talk over laid during the practice.

April 28, 10:00am – 12:30pm
Conducted Ashtanga Class
Explore the Primary Series in the Ashtanga Yoga sequence.

April 28, 3:00pm – 5:30pm
Standing Postures Workshop
Build up strength in the legs, open the hips, and heal spinal imbalances through standing postures.

April 29, 10:00am – 12:30pm
Conducted Ashtanga Class
Continue to explore the Astanga Yoga sequence.

April 29, 3:00pm – 5:00pm
The Bull’s Eye- Exploring How Practice and Philosophy Work Together
Study how yoga philosophy gives guidance in your practice and how your practice illuminates yogic philosophy.



2 comments… add one
  • noel

    that is crazzy …bekasana?

  • ParisYogi

    This guy is the real deal. I just took a workshop with him in Paris and it was fabulous. I, for one, have grown so yoga celebrity weary and Chuck Miller was a breath of fresh air. He has nothing to prove or sell, just pure teaching with lots of humility and undeniable skill. Thanks YD, for promoting him and others like him.

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