I've been invited by my friend Óscar (Óscar Montero, Profesor de Yoga Centro Victoria) to give a workshop, my first, at his home studio/shala in León, Spain. The last couple of weeks we've been sorting out the details but now have the dates, an outline of the program and even a couple of posters, one in Spanish and the other in English.
Getting quite excited about it.
I found a video on Youtube Yoga Centro Victoria
If anyone is interested in attending contact Oscar details at the bottom of the poster above.
I was asked in comments below for some more details about the workshop
We're still working out the details but the Friday evening will be perhaps a discussion of Krishnamacharya's approach as found in his books, Looking at Yoga Makaranda and Yogasanagalu pretty much what I've covered in the blog. I'm no expert but have looked at these books quite closely both with Ramaswami and here but more importantly tried to explore them in my practice.
Saturday morning will be a kind of led practice/workshop in the style of Krishnamacharya's first book Yoga makaranda and Yogasanagalu relating to the earlier discussion but exploring through practice ( we did something similar with Ramaswami on his TT course). I'll seek to make it available for any level not so much difficult asana but a strong breath focus, slowing it down, perhaps some longer stays etc.
the second workshop will look at Krishnamacharya's later work as taught by Ramaswami and how I feel it can help us in our Ashtanga practice. Again, appropriate I hope for any level. The asana practice will be shorter to allow time for exploring pranayama and pratyahara as well as a little meditation practice.
That's basically the idea