Prices – £775 Single & £725 shared
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The Freestyle take on yoga is probably unlike anything you’ve come across before. The diverse ways we move and groove means you’ll challenge yourself in different ways. Be it a mellow flow, familiar yoga positions, through locomotion work to pole work, handstands, hanging from bars, jumping, crawling & rolling! You’ll even find that space for an hour or so to completely focus on yourself and your breathing – if that’s what you’re working on. We’re going to ask you to try things you’ve never considered before. We want you to step up to the edge, peer over it, take a deep breath and maybe set yourself another edge, maybe not today…maybe not tomorrow… but soon, very soon. We look forward to working with you!
We’ll spend a week exploring movement, dynamic yoga, more mellow fare, locomotion, pole work and handstands. You don’t have to have any experience in any particular discipline, just a willingness to play and explore what you’re REALLY capable of. Oh, and a sense of humour, fun and adventure! The beach is half an hour away. Optional extras: plenty of hiking opportunities; biking can be arranged in Fethiye (50 mins away); day boat trip with lunch £55 p/p; river picnic/swim/walk £10 p/p. Suggested cash bring to cover all eventualities: £150-£250.
Mark took up astanga vinyasa yoga after decades of practicing martial arts, wrestling and fencing. His first teachers back in 1995 were the late Derek Ireland and his then partner, Rhada. He moved on to develop the Freestyle method of making himself fit, strong, flexible, agile, healthy and sharp of mind. This included exploring a more movement-orientated approach, which brought him into contact with Ido Portal, Yuval Ayalon, Valerie Doucet, Tom Weksler, AMN, the Movnat guys, & many others, whose ideas he has been integrating into his training and teaching. Mark says this is all work in progress… which is exactly what FYP is all about!