Please join The Barefoot Haven and Carmen Aguilar, from The Lab in Chicago, for a 4-module weekend, March 2-4, 2018! Carmen is a fierce and passionate teacher who will challenge and inspire you!
Schedule (see individual workshop pages for more details):
Friday, March 2: 6-8 pm Spice Up Your Arm Balances
Saturday, March 4: 1:30-3:30 pm Hamstrings + the Limitless Leg Power
Saturday, March 3: 4-6 pm Hip Openers: Revolutionize Your Flow
Sunday, March 4: 11-1 pm Spinal Fluidity
Carmen Aguilar, E-RYT 200 (@cyogalab), had completed an Engineering degree and then a Masters degree, spoke 4 languages and was deciding in what direction to launch her career when she found yoga. A seemingly crazy choice at the time, she dropped everything and devoted all her energies to the study of this discipline. The deeper she got into it the more it fascinated her.
During the first years she studied with every teacher she could find, traveling wherever was necessary, completed 5 different Teacher Trainings while she started to develop her own style and her daily practice. Devoting to it 3 hours, 7 days a week, she has been able to reach levels few practitioners share. However, her strength is not in her practice but in her teaching. She has been teaching yoga for more than 16 years and during that time she’s developed a unique teaching style, cYoga, intended to make her students achieve their best both physically and mentally.
In her own words: ‘cYoga came from a craving for an intense practice: my mind wanted to try things my body couldn’t follow but pretty soon I realized how much sequencing and warming up properly affected the outcome, so I wouldn’t injure and could practice easily on a daily basis. An intense asana practice is not only cleansing and rejuvenating, but it can also change our beliefs and the way we’re wired. Our body is the most tangible vehicle to access our very own essence. Stepping on our mat is an amazing and precious experience every single time! With cYoga I intend to provide each student with that kind of practice.’
In March 2010, she was inspired to open her own yoga studio (The Lab) in Chicago, where she resides today with her husband Moises, to continue to share her yoga journey with others.