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Jan 19th-21st

Liquid Flow Yoga Weekend Immersion

Deepen + Refine Your Practice, Hands on Assisting, and Mindful Vinyasa

Join Simon Park as he returns to The Looking Glass Basel! Dive deeply into the Art of Vinyasa Flow practice with detailed alignment, creative sequences, and freedom of movement. Simon's style called " Liquid Flow Yoga " is a multi-disciplinary system that encourages each student to tap into their innate intelligence toward movement, energy, and yoga as a healing practice. Simon has devoted the past 20 years to synthesize the great lessons and wisdom of his primary teachers; Shiva Rea, Maty Ezraty, Richard Freeman, Dharma Mittra and Joan White.

Jan 19th

2.5 Hours FRIDAY Flow with the Force - Freestyle Vinyasa


A Vinyasa Flow practice that is a blend of classical and modern styles. Practice dynamic asana as a movement mediation in an open system that guides the student to feel the Yoga practice as an unscripted adventure. There is a focus on the inner workings of the breath on the body and mind; artful and creative transitions that add elegance to the flow of the practice. Alignment is detailed and energetic, yet adaptive for the individual practitioner. The principles of Vinyasa Krama are utilized to create an evolutionary practice that is appropriate for students of all levels. 

Jan 20th

2.5 Hours SATURDAY AM Freedom On The Edge - Inversions + Arm Balances

Inversions and Arm Balances are pure expression of creative energy flowing through the body. Experience fearless flying, pranic body of power, agility and lightness. Float effortlessly by integrating physical + energetic alignment, dynamic movement with bandha and intelligent Krama sequencing. Learn a pathway of flows within a powerful Vinyasa workshop so that you can evolve to enjoying handstands, inversions and flying transitions in the center of the room with creative energy and empowered vitality. This workshop is for all levels from adventurous beginners to handstand monkeys! 

3 Hours Saturday afternoon - The Art of Assisting


 Learn the approach towards transformation hands-on-assists wtih physical and energetic alignment. Assisting is a very important element of teaching; a great compliment to good verbal cues. It requres vision, precision, sensitivity, multiple points of awareness and an ego-free approach. A skillful touch as the power to transport your students to a whole new level of awareness. What could take years for a student to understand a particular action or movement, could be done with one precise, effective, supportive assist from a well-trained teacher.

Jan 21st

2.5 Hours SUNDAY Liquid Flow Yoga - Restore Your Prana


Enjoy a slowly developing, flowing  sequence of postures that are fluidly powerful and energetically alive; a movement meditation for mental focus and overall lightness. Create space in the joints and spine, calm the nervous system and balance your energy. The asana flow is similar to the way tai-chi is practiced; slow, methodical and meditative. The practice seamlessly integrates fluid namaskars, deep hip-openers, restorative twisting, backbending and calming forward bends. Experience an evolution toward blissful relaxation, pranayama and meditation.  


members / Liquid Flow TT : 65 chf / 50 chf student reduced

non-members : 75 chf / 60 chf student reduced

Book 3 or more 10 % off



About Simon: Simon Park began his Yoga journey in 1995 with Shiva Rea in the World Arts and Cultures Department at UCLA. Later acclaimed by Yoga Journal as "one of the most influential and gifted Yoga teachers of the next generation”, he has been leading workshops, teacher trainings, and retreats around the world since 2002. His free-style Vinyasa is fluid, intuitive, and encourages freedom through self-expression. Profoundly influenced by the teachings of Shiva Rea, Richard Freeman, Maty Ezraty, Joan White, and Dharma Mitra, 'Liquid Flow Yoga' is an elegant dance between classical and modern Yoga. Dubbed the "Flying Nomad", he draws inspiration from road legends such as Jimi Hendrix, who said, "the Earth is my Home”. www.liquidflowyoga.com