Simon has been teaching retreats and Prana Flow teacher training modules for the past few years at Yoga Rocks. We always get excited about his visits as, aside from being an asana and Thai massage genius, he is more importantly a nice and down to earth bloke. This year it will be a Prana Vinyasa immersion for teachers and adventurous practitioners.
On this retreat with Simon expect fluid and subtly intense asana, therapeutic flows peppered with spicy inversions balanced with grounding, supportive assists. His intuitive and practical knowledge of anatomy inspires new confidence in a complex and sometimes confounding area, fantastic for teachers but also interesting for those wanting to get a little deeper into the details of the practice without really trying!
Anyone with an established asana practice who wants to learn more will enjoy this week. Simon’s own advanced asana practice gives an exciting glimpse into where we can go with our bodies. His humble and cheerful approach to life balances this and shows us how to love yoga in such an enthusiastic and expansive way. If you take just a smidgen of this away with you it will have been a worthwhile week.
Simon Park began his Yoga journey in 1995 with Shiva Rea in the World Arts and Cultures Department at UCLA. Fast forward to the present where he was chosen by Yoga Journal as “one of the most influential and gifted, next generation of Yoga teachers”. Dubbed “The Flying Nomad” by Shiva, he draws inspiration from road legends such as Keith Richards and Jack Kerouac. Presently he roams the planet with his lovely partner Coco in search of radical nature and revolutionary characters.
900 euro includes manual created by Shiva and Simon