Jedi Fight Club Adventure with Esak Garcia ~
Jan 5-20, 2020
Created by Esak Garcia, Jedi Fight Club is an opportunity for passionate yogis to step into a world of practice that has assisted numerous people in having a more complete and fulfilling experience of yoga. During this 2 week training in Vietnam, you will learn and practice homework exercises designed to deepen yoga postures and create healthy, therapeutic yoga habits.
This training is an adventure to Vietnam where we will combine our daily homework practice with the experience of a foreign culture. It is designed for Jedis who fit any one or more of the following requirements:
- have participated in a JFC before
- have completed the e84 200 hour training
- actively training with the intention to participate in a yoga championship in 2020
Most days will include yoga practice and training for 2-6 hours, plus a group meal and excursion to explore the surrounding area.
We choose to give ourselves the experience of training outside the hot room for this event. As a result, we have the freedom to be flexible with our training venue, and we will be accommodating our group in a venue that will best suit the needs of the size of our group.
- 2 weeks of Jedi training with Esak Garcia, including: Jedi homework, 26&2 classes, e84 Intermediate classes, and the 84 class (known as the “advanced class”)
- arrangements for all group activities within Vietnam (extra costs apply)
Jedi Fight Club will arrange accommodation for this event. Each participant will pay their portion of the accommodation. We endeavor to keep costs for participants low while providing a high quality experience.
At the end of the training, participants are invited to pay what they feel the training is worth.
If you are flying, please arrive and depart from Da Nang Airport. Our first meeting as a group will be on January 5. Plan to depart anytime on January 20. Details of our first meeting location will be provided closer to the training start date.
During JFC, we have an opportunity to have breakthroughs in our yoga practice. In order for this to happen, we need to be willing to step into the unknown. To go somewhere we have never been requires that we momentarily surrender control. JFC Adventure style training is designed to give us the chance to experience this surrender both through our style of training, and from the unfamiliarity of exploring a new culture together.
One of the reasons this training is not open to people who are new to JFC is because we are counting on participants to understand how to “delete the need to know” which is a tenet of all trainings organized by Esak. Don’t expect to know all of the details of this training beforehand. You will be expected to be present and available for yoga to happen and one way to do this is by resisting the desire to know all the details ahead of time.