Decisions, decisions… what to attend at BYC?

As the BYC is getting closer, the anticipation gets bigger. Although it’s still a while to go, I couldn’t stop myself from taking a closer look at the schedule and figure out which events I will most likely join. Soon I realized that the program is packed with so many interesting events, yoga classes, workshops, free events, music, and so on.
Saturday, 5th July, is my only full day at BYC and here’s what I’ve planned so far:

Schedule

Anusara Yoga is my preferred yoga style every since I joined a retreat on Bali last year. Therefore, I’m very happy to see Jeff Fisher teaching an Anusara inspired class early morning on Saturday. It will be the perfect start in the day. “Yogi Jeff”, as he calls himself, is known for his personal knowledge and experience of philosophy and yoga.

Next stop will be Yoga Anatomy/Therapeutic Yoga with Leslie Kaminoff. I think this is going to be super interesting, especially as I haven’t devoted myself to the yoga anatomy so far which is probably a big mistake…

The third part is a tough one as there are simply too many choices. Jivamukti Yoga with Heeki Park or Vinyasa Yoga with Paul Hardiman. Both sound very promising and I guess I will decide last minute where to go. Or who knows, maybe I will join the free event “Partner & Community Yoga” as this sounds like a lot of fun it will be a great opportunity to meet new friends.
The other question is, when there will be time to stroll around the conference venue and visit the stands area with many interesting exhibitors.

2:45pm is set, I will definitively visit Karlos, Eva and Mila with their ANYA Yoga Aereo. I always wanted to try anti gravity yoga and I’m really looking forward to have the chance to try it for the first time at BYC.

After all this yoga practice, it will be time for some Pranayama and Yoga Nidra with Mireia Castellsagué. Probably exactly what everyone needs after such an inspiring day.
But wait, the day is not over yet as there is one more highlight to come: Kirtan with Jai Uttal is an event everyone should have on the list. And the great thing is, it’s for free, too!

What about you? Already planned your day(s) at BYC or do you also have trouble choosing where to go? However you decide, I’m sure we all will have a great time.

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About me:
I am a passionate Yogi from Berlin, Germany. On my blog The Happy Project, I write about Happiness, Yoga, Healthy Food, Meditation, Traveling and more.

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