Prem’s workshop in April

Prem will be teaching a workshop for the first time ever in Brighton on the Easter weekend 11th and 12th April, as well as running early morning mysore sessions during that week. The intriguing title is: ASHTANGA YOGA DEMYSTIFIED –
The secrets to building a Life Long Practice! A balanced combination of Theory and Experience.

Some of the things you will learn are:

*Foundation for a life long practice for beginners and advanced students
*What it means to personalize your practice within the traditional Mysore method
*Modification and refinement  of asana without the use of Props
*Tangible experience of Breath and Bandha
*Intermediate and Advanced practice Keystones; the energetic qualities of the practice
using simple methods based on Prems book, “The Only Way Out Is In”
Other topics include:
*Yogic Nutrition to further your practice
* Ashtanga Yoga and Aging- Can I still do this practice when I’m old and grey?

Anthony ‘Prem’ Carlisi has been practicing and teaching for 30 years, beginning his yoga journey in 1978 in Encinitas, and is considered one of the American pioneers of Ashtanga Yoga. He began his studies with Guruji that year and shortly thereafter went to study with him in Mysore in 1979. Prem was honoured by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois and is Certified to teach the Primary, Intermediate and Advanced series. Book at the Brighton Natural Health Centre or via the website

One Response to Prem’s workshop in April

  1. gstar
    gstar 8th March 2009 at 4:56 pm #

    I’m sorry I’ll be missing this one! I’ll be off in Bristol doing a couples Tantric Massage weekend with my girlfriend.
    Check out Jewl’s website ( if this sound intriguing 😉

    Prem is one of the first generation of Westerners taught by Guruji back in the 70’s along with David Williams and Nancy Gilgoff. He has a wealth of experience to share based on his experiences.
    He loves to talk so be prepared for a mix of Asana, Tantra, Ayurveda.

    It’s really worth catching one of his workshops if you can.
    I’ll definitely be there for the Mysore practice.


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