Peg Mulqueen Mysore Self Practice & Ashtanga WorkshopsWorkshop
4 April 06:00 - 08:00
Peg Mulqueen is an international teacher devoted to the practice of Ashtanga Yoga and I’m super excited she’s chosen to return to MCY!
Over this amazing week we have:
Mysore Self Practice Week
(Wednesday 4 - Sunday 8 April 2017)
Peg’s warm and friendly so don’t be shy, come along and join our week of Mysore self Practice classes…
Here’s what to expect:
- We’re limiting the number of students in each class so you’ll get lots of individual attention;
- Time to get to know Peg and for her to get to know you and your practice inside out. By the end of the week you’ll be much clearer on what you should be focusing on and have some techniques to help you work on challenging areas of the practice;
- In a Mysore Self Practice Class you each practice at your own pace without being guided through each pose by the teacher. The amount of attention you receive and the discipline of practicing daily will help you develop a deeper connection with Peg and this amazing practice. That’s why we ask you to commit to the five days…
In the mysore room, Peg’s energy is uplifting and caring as she meets you where ever you are – no matter where that is. You’ll leave feeling encouraged, supported and inspired!
Weekend Workshop Series
We’ve still to confirm workshop topics with Peg but we know they’ll be AMAZING!
Friday 6 April 2018
6 - 8.30pm Workshop 1
Saturday 7 April 2018
2 - 4.30pm Workshop 2
Sunday 8 April 2018
2 - 4.30pm Workshop 3
It’s happening Wednesday 4 - Sunday 8 April 2018 here at our beautiful Merchant City Yoga studios on Virginia Street in the heart of Glasgow’s Merchant City.
You can book the whole lot, the week of self practice or a single workshop:
Mysore Self Practice Week Cost £144
Workshop Series (1, 2 & 3) £108
Individual Workshop £42
About Peg (in her own words!)
“With a master’s degree in psychology, I was a counsellor for many years before yoga ruined that career. (Really, I just traded in a couch for a mat). Based out of Bozeman, MT – I’ve been leading classes and workshops now for over a decade.
In other words – I’m old!
Sure, I’ve practiced various styles of yoga, but it’s within the traditional method of Ashtanga where I’ve finally made my home. I guess that makes me a bit of a latecomer to the world of Ashtanga – but thanks to the guiding influence of a caring network of supportive teachers (many of whom you will hear from on the Ashtanga Yoga Podcast), I’m certainly making up for lost time!
Besides being an Ashtanga yoga enthusiast – I’m a loving, yet overbearing mom and a wife, who still can’t make a pot of coffee to her husband’s liking. I also work as a copywriter for various national non-profits and have been featured in online and print publications such as Yoga Journal, Elephant Journal and Love Yoga Anatomy.
And of course, the publisher and editor of the Asthanga Dispatch magazine as well as the host for the Ashtanga Dispatch Podcast.”