Playing With Fire - Mastering Hot Yoga Workshop with Copper Crow, Sep 26
Saturday, September 26, 2020
2.30pm - 5pm
Hot room, sweat, mirrors, fixed sequence of postures are all trademarks of a Hot Yoga practice. When we embrace them fully, they can be powerful catalysts for our physical, mental and emotional transformation. With regular yoga practice we become healthier and happier – but why? Join Copper in this special workshop – breaking down the Hot Hatha Yoga practice, understanding the what’s & why’s behind the method, how to get the most out of each class and avoid common mistakes. Also a great prep for folks thinking about Hot Yoga Teacher Training.
In this workshop, you will learn:
- Theory – What, Why and How
- Logic behind the fixed sequence
- Why & how heat works on the body
- Lesser known practices for meditation
- Alignments Benefits of Poses
- Practice (approx. 60 min)
ABOUT D. COPPER CROW
American Yogi and Founder of Crow Yoga RYS
Daniel Copper Crow (Copper) is an internationally renowned conference presenter, course leader, and yoga teacher trainer.
Originally from Texas, USA, Copper was first introduced to yoga at age four, by his father and martial art teachers. He fully committed to teaching ‘Yoga’ in 2003, after resigning as a Senior Training Specialist for Charles Schwab, a leading US Fortune 500 company. Copper holds the highest qualification possible with Yoga Alliance (E-RYT 500) and Original Hot Yoga Association (OHYA Level-3), in addition to professional training certifications with Achieve Global, Development Dimensions International (DDI), and Mager Consortium. He has been leading professional development and leadership courses since 2000, teaching and managing Yoga studios throughout Asia (Bangkok, Seoul, Hong Kong and Singapore) since 2004, and has led over 20 yoga teacher trainings since 2009.
Beyond hot yoga, Copper also leads courses in traditional Hatha, Vinyasa, and Universal Yoga. His playfulness and joy are present in every class, workshop, or teacher training course he leads. On the mat, he encourages students to explore their practice and themselves as deeply as possible.
“Whether it’s physical, mental, emotional, or spiritual – yoga has something for everyone, at every stage of life’s journey. Every passing moment is an opportunity to start anew and transform your life. Let go of expectations, have fun, and enjoy the process!”