Calling all yogis, yoga enthusiasts, and those who admire the distinguished Paul Cabanis or the famed YogaWorks studios! On July 17 and 18, one of the greatest and well respected yoga instructors in America, Paul Cabanis, is coming to Arizona to teach Pranayama (breath work) and Meditation at Blissful Yoga.
Paul Cabanis is a YogaWorks instructor (a highly recognized yoga studio across America that offers a rigorous teacher training program) and has taught thousands in his practice of deep healing and meditation.
Paul has brought love, humor, levity, and wisdom to many lives while humbly maintaining a profound dedication to teaching the nuances of Iyengar’s work.
Pranayama (breath work), if practiced correctly sharpens the observation, refines the senses, deeply sensitizes us to the flow of creation, frees us from judgement, and refreshes our perspective.
Meditation offers us an opportunity to go beyond individual perspective and bring our energy to a resting state and to quieten our mental movements.
On July 17 and 18 at Blissful Yoga Studio in Arrowhead, AZ, Paul Cabanis will grace the studio with his teachings of Pranayama (breath work) and Meditation. The 2-hour workshop will provide yogi’s of all ages and experiences to engage with one of the best yoga teachers in America.
When: Saturday July 17th from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. and/or July 18th from 2 to 4 p.m.
Where: Blissful Yoga Studio at the Citadelle Plaza. 19420 59th ave. Glendale, AZ 85308
Phone: 623.977.YOGA (9642)
Cost: $45 per class on or before July 10 or $50 per class after July 10
“YogaWorks is a school for the rest of your life. When you walk through our doors you will not only find all styles and levels of yoga, but also a wonderfully diverse, warm and welcoming community of students, staff and teachers. Our goal is to guide students to greater self-awareness, focus, and health through our full spectrum of yoga programs. We do this with love, compassion, a sense of adventure, and a reverence for what each individual can accomplish throughout their lives.”