Impermanence: A Practice of Remembering the Self

Peentz Dubble

“As we age, the questions that we ask ourselves are different from the questions we asked when we were younger, and the answers are different. So the mind that asks the questions and answers them has to shift.”

Impermanence: A Practice of Remembering the Self

Peentz Dubble has been a leader and integral member of the Iyengar Yoga Community in the Northeast before moving to St. Petersburg, FL in 2017. Peentz became a Certified Iyengar Teacher in 1984 and was Co-Director of the first Iyengar Yoga Center in New York City and later a founding faculty member of the current Iyengar Yoga Institute of New York. Peentz also served as Director of the Iyengar Yoga Program at Down Under Yoga studio in Newton, MA. Her greatest joy is teaching and helping students to awaken to their full, brilliant potential through this amazing gift of yoga. Her deep love of poetry and imagery infuses each class!

As we age, we become more intimate with change. We become aware of changes in our physical bodies, present circumstances, abilities, and possibilities. The people, places, and things we have come to love and depend on may no longer be present in our lives. The reality of death becomes a more frequent occurrence. We may face these losses by experiencing anxiety, fear, clinging, and aversion (Abhinivesa). This is one of the main causes of suffering (Klesha) of which Patanjali speaks in the Yoga Sutras.

How does our practice of Yoga, and especially Pranayama, help us navigate loss as well as re-connect to that which is timeless and ageless, the Self within?

Join Peentz in this workshop as she explores this rich topic with you! This workshop will begin with a short discussion, and then move into Asana and Pranayama.

Season 1



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December 4, 2022 @ 1PM ET

Join us December 4, 2022 as we kick off Shifting Perspective, Season 2 of Yoga & Aging