Kim Schwartz
Asanas, Chakras, Nadis & Bandhas
The Subtle Energy Body
Asanas, Chakras, Nadis & Bandhas - Kim Schwartz

Location: West Bucktown, 2528 W Armitage, Chicago, IL 60647.

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Fri-Sun
Mar 22-24


Asanas, Chakras, Nadis & Bandhas
Lecture on Subtle Anatomy
Friday Mar 22
6-8pm

regular: $37.50
member: $30


This workshop will begin on Friday evening with a lecture on subtle anatomy. In this lecture you will learn how prana manifests in the microcosm of the body and the macrocosm of the cosmos. We will cover how prana moves through the subtle pathways (nadis) and is given predisposition by the life force centers called chakras. The purposes and practice of the pranic valves or locks called bandhas will be covered.



Asanas, Chakras, Nadis & Bandhas
includes a 1.5hr lunch break...
Saturday Mar 23
9am-3:30pm

regular: $137.50
member: $110


The Saturday and Sunday sessions will employ pranayama and the pranic model of asanas to put this information into practice.



Asanas, Chakras, Nadis & Bandhas
includes 1.5hr lunch break...
Sunday Mar 24
9am-3:30pm

regular: $137.50
member: $110


The Saturday and Sunday sessions will employ pranayama and the pranic model of asanas to put this information into practice.



About Kim Schwartz

Kim was introduced to eastern philosophy as a child and began studying yoga in 1971 at age 18. In 1981 he met his Guru and began more formal studies in the yoga sutras and other aspects of yoga philosophy. Around that time he was also introduced to the Iyengar system of asana practice. In 1985 he was certified to teach yoga through the Temple of Kriya yoga. He was ordained a Swami in the Kriya lineage in 1986. He has taught ongoing yoga classes, teachers training programs and workshops here and abroad since that time. Though asana and pranayama have become primary disciplines, the philosophy of yoga is still at the heart of his practice and teaching.