Iyengar Weekend with Victoria Austin

Victoria AustinExploring How Yoga Builds Awareness of Body & Mind

June 23 – 25, 2017


Shosan Victoria Austin has been practicing and teaching both yoga and Zen Buddhism for decades. She currently holds a Senior Intermediate certification in Iyengar yoga and serves as an assessor of the next generation of Iyengar yoga teachers. Victoria has done personal study with B.K.S. Iyengar, and continues her studies with the Iyengar family in India and with Manouso Manos in the U.S.

Victoria AustinEntrusted as a Dharma heir in the lineage of Shunryu Suzuki Roshi, an international priest of the Soto School, she teaches Zen Buddhism at San Francisco Zen Center.

Victoria believes in teaching only what she personally understands and has practiced for a long time. She brings a tested sense of yoga as a meditative awareness practice, which is especially suitable for building emotional stability in students who wish to practice with their individual obstacles, therapeutic issues, and life situations. She further explains: “My teaching goals include transmitting Zen Buddhism as a yogic path and Yoga as a path of awareness.”


Friday, June 23
6 – 8 pm
Asana Practice, All Levels

Saturday, June 24
9 am – 12 pm
Asana Practice, All Levels

2 – 5 pm
Restorative Asana, Pranayama & Philosophy

Sunday, June 25
8 – 11 am
Asana Practice, Intermediate*

1 – 4 pm
Healthy Aging
Learn poses that promote longevity and can help you recover from injury.


*If you are not a Level II student, you can attend with permission from your teacher.

“Victoria is a dear teacher of mine. I am very excited to share her with the Asheville community. This opportunity to study with her should not be missed!”

–Randy Loftis

Price: Early-bird pricing $285 until May 30; $320 thereafter. Individual sessions are available.

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