Love that moves the sun and the other stars | Anna McLauchlan & Sarah Tripp
13 February 2014
Anna McLauchlan & Sarah Tripp
This participatory talk is about adjustment as viewed through the practice of yoga. Yoga in this context is the therapeutic practice largely made up of yoga poses or postures referred to by the Sanskrit word asana. Adjustment has a specific meaning, where the teacher physically moves the students’ bodies using their hands and sometimes other parts of their body. Rather than just focus on hands-on adjustment, this talk practically emphasises that all actions we undertake can be adjusted and be part of an adjustment process. With continual repetition of the yoga postures habitual movements are unlearned and replaced with different patterns: there is a material alteration of the person as the practice becomes embodied.
This is the fourth event in Market Gallery’s Night School programme.
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