Marque Garaux in kukutasana

MARQUE GARAUX – Turbo Boost Your Primary Series

Sunday 14th November | 9.00 am EST | 2.00 pm UK

2 hours | 14 day replay

Join Marque Garaux to Turbo Boost Your Primary Series. We will look at the primary series as a whole, to search out and identify the movements patterns and shapes that reoccur and gradually intensify through out the series.

This workshop will present different ways of looking at the some of the most challenging postures and vinyasas. Marque will offer some solutions on their approach. 

About Marque

Marque Garaux is a US Marine Veteran, long time rock climber and overall outdoor enthusiast. He discovered Ashtanga Yoga while seeking different ways to alleviate his lower back pain. After noticing an almost immediate physical change he began to see other positive changes happening in his life as well.

With no Ashtanga teachers in the area, he found himself with no choice but to get up early and practice on his own before work everyday. During this time Marque completed a 200 teacher training. In addition he attended several Ashtanga workshops and intensives to deepen his understanding of this beautiful system.

In the fall of 2014 Marque decided to follow in the footsteps of the teachers that he most respected spent 2 months in Mysore, India learning under the guidance of R. Sharath Jois. He has practiced with Sharath during multipe US tours and has also returned to India each year since and has practiced with both Sharath and Saraswathi.

Marque received the blessing (Level 2 Authorization) from Sharath on December 12th, 2017 during his morning practice.
He is the owner of Great Lakes Ashtanga Yoga, where he runs a full Mysore program, teaches private lessons and hosts workshops. He, his wife and their adopted Indian street dog travel as often as possible to climb or to share yoga with others.

Cost €30 approx £25 | $36


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