Fri, 04/16/2010 - 7:00pm - 10:00pm

This workshop will demonstrate unique ways to combine breath and movement, and to adapt the practice to your specific needs.

Learn which pranayama techniques are most useful for you individually, and how to incorporate those techniques into your practice.

Fran will also present healing and therapeutic aspects of the ancient practices of sound, chant and mudra as powerful tools to promote an inward experience of stillness and peace.

Fran Ubertini (E-RYT 500) is a committed student in the Krishnamacharya lineage, whose distinguishing contribution to modern yoga practice is the consistent use of the breath as the vehicle in postural practice, and the need for yoga practice to be tailored to each individual. Fran is the Director of Yoga for Well-Being in Florida, NY, a certified KHYF (Krishnamacharya Healing & Yoga Foundation) Teacher Trainer and holds diplomas from the American Viniyoga Institute as a Yoga Therapist. She teaches workshops locally and nationally as well as teacher trainings. She continues her studies with Sonia Nelson in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Testimonials about Fran Ubertini’s teachings:

“Fran is one of my favorite teachers. Some of my most blissful yogic experiences have happened in her classes. She can take you to a whole new level through the breath.”

“Practicing with Fran has given me new respect and understanding for the transformative power of breath as the primary practice “tool”. Her presentations are lively and informative.”

Registration Fee: $45 per person until April 9 (pre-registration preferred); $50 thereafter