Calvin Corzine Workshop
Born and raised in Los Angeles, CA, Calvin Corzine grew up in a community submerged in yoga. An athlete from an early age, sports held center focus. Calvin’s love for sports continues--he’s a die hard Lakers fan who never shies from excitement in the physical world, surfing, practicing Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, and pilates. It was in his 20s that Corzine discovered his own draw to the practice of yoga, leading him to his current path as a teacher.
10.11.2018 - 11.11.2018
Ein Modul für Mitglieder 40 Euro und für Nicht Mitglieder 49 Euro
Zwei Module für Mitglieder 70 Euro und für Nicht Mitglieder 80 Euro
Drei Module für Mitglieder 99 Euro und für Nicht Mitglieder 110 Euro
Alle Module für Mitglieder 120 Euro und für Nicht Mitglieder 140 Euro
Calvin teaches asana and movement-forward classes that are a blend of Vinyasa Flow, Ashtanga, and Iyengar. His own studies began under teacher, mentor and good friend Vinnie Marino. Corzine has completed over 500 hours of training under the guidance of Vinnie Marino, Jenny Aurthur, Jesse Schein, Sharath Jois, and continues to building his knowledge of yoga under senior teachers (including Lisa Walford, Maty Ezraty, Sonya Cottle and Manuso Manos) in Mysore, India, and locally in LA.
Corzine teaches yoga in Los Angeles, leads retreats in picturesque beachside locations, and offers his workshops worldwide.
Calvin Corzine’s training as a yoga instructor has primed him to offer a well-rounded practice, reflecting a diversity of styles. Ashtanga, Iyengar and Vinyasa come together in Calvin’s teaching. His classes and workshops are asana and movement-forward, emphasizing guidance of the physical practice of yoga rather than a dogmatic focus.
There’s no drama in Calvin’s classes. His anatomical instruction stays approachable, using basic language that students of all levels can connect to. Calvin teaches accompanied by loud, upbeat music, using creative, intelligent flow sequences that assure you’ll never take the same class twice.
Challenge is a staple in his classes. Expect to get a sweat on. Calvin will push you to the next level; trust that you will be led in a direction that will open and strengthen the body safely and deeply. Calvin offers an uncommon level of presence, always engaged with his students, helping them reach their goals, explore their limits, giving expert adjustments, and taking an experience from vigorous challenge to a feeling of peace, relaxation and rejuvenation.
10. November 2018 - 11:00 - 13:00 Uhr
1. Master class
A 2 hour flow class that will incorporate many traditional postures, be very breathe focused and physically challenging without an emphasis on advanced postures. Within the basics we will also use some less conventional posture transitions to help keep the mood light and tone of class fun and new. This class will have loud music and be really sweaty:)
10. November 2018- 15:00 - 17:00 Uhr
2. Lower body opening
This workshop will explore the use of multiple modalities as well as traditional postures to both open and strengthen the lower half of the body (hips, hamstrings,quds etc.). It explores the use of movement based exercises, yin stretching and unconventional ways to create ongoing opening.
11. November 2018 - 10:00 - 12:00 Uhr
3. Practice with Perspective
Practice with Perspective approaches familiar poses in a way that will help you find a sense of strength and focus in your practice. Expect to change your perspective on what is considered “basic” in yoga! This class is broken into 3 parts: the first part with a blindfold (increasing focus and attention to subtle movements), the second with blankets and props, emphasizing strength and boosting focus, and the third taught free of props, honing into increased presence in these yoga postures. Leave this class with expanded insight into your own body and practice.
11. November 2018 - 14:00 - 16:00 Uhr
4. Functional Yoga
In this workshop we will explore on a basic level what makes sense for natural movement and allowing your practice to help your body perform at its best. We will address things like full range of motion, evening out work on opposing sides of the body and avoidance of things like external leverage to really be efficient in your practice and body work.