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    Antonia Katrandjieva

    YOGEA Vinyasa - Based

    Intermediate Level
    Tuesdays & Thursdays 9:00-10:00AM

    Bio

    Antonia is an internationally acclaimed scholar, director, and choreographer, who explores the realms of dance and theatre, and their spiritual roots in ritual and the sacred. Antonia holds a B.A. in Physical Theatre Acting, MFA in Theatre Directing, Ph.D. & D.Sc. in Theatre from the National Academy of Theatre and Film Arts in Sofia, Bulgaria and is a graduate of Zurich Tanz Theater Schule in Switzerland. Antonia has traveled, lectured and researched dance and theatre traditions in Asia, South America, Europe and the U.S., and has presented over 40 cutting- edge works at dance and theatre festivals across the globe. She is the NY correspondent for the Bulgarian magazine Teatar and has authored a manual for contemporary actors and dancers Intuitive Gesture, a doctoral thesis Contemporary Trends in Physical Theatre, and numerous articles on theater, philosophy and dance published in Bulgarian, Swiss and American journals. Antonia is the founder and artistic director of Overground Arts Alliance and Overground Physical Theatre Company, and creator of Yogea Artflow, an innovative yoga style. She is currently implementing an original holistic platform for educating performing artists, “Ecorporeality,” and refining her contemporary dance idiom “Cohera Move”. Antonia is on the faculty of Peridance teaching Yogea and sowing the seeds of “Engaged Spirituality.”

    Class Description



    This class invites students to an unchartered physical and spiritual journey into their true essence. Incorporating asana into a creative flow of breath and movement YOGEA reinterprets spiritual traditions and mediation practices from all over the world for the needs of the modern individual. Focusing on breath extension, energetic and anatomical alignment and revolving around a relevant esoteric theme the class spirals students into varying sequences that cultivate a nimble mind and a lucid body, promoting flexibility, stimulating glands, soothing the nervous system and invoking an appreciation and joy for life. The class starts with valuable breathing practices and tools for creative visualization that help students tune in and create space for unleashing their creative potential. A fluid warm up leads them into a series of postures that generate heat, open ligaments, joints, and tendons for a deep practice and anchors students into their divine blueprint. The class culminates with a well- rounded blend of stabilizing standing postures, invigorating back- bends, detoxifying twists, de-cluttering hip-openers and winds down with introspective forward bends and soothing inversions. A brief relaxation or creative visualization closes the sacred circle of urgency and remembrance in gratitude and reverence, acknowledging the interdependence of all."

    Yogea Style:
    Yogea is an emerging ArtFlow yoga style of “Engaged spirituality” that has developed over the past 20 years across Europe, Asia and America. It is geared towards unleashing authenticity, cultivating mindfulness and adaptability to grow and thrive in a constantly changing world. Its creatively blended exercise routines structured like a compass, together with its breathing and meditation techniques inspire practitioners to keep physically fit, mentally balanced, stress-free and able to tap the cosmic flow by bridging the personal with the universal.


    Students should bring their own Yoga mats to class


    In case of interest, please visit Yogea’s Blog at: www.yogea.blogspot.co m.

                    Week of: Jan 15, 2018 - Jan 21, 2018
    Yoga
    Times Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
    8:00AM - 9:00AM     Sub
    Inter Yoga
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    Inter Yoga
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    9:00AM - 10:00AM              

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