Arm Balances & Inversions Workshop; Build your ConfidenceCommunity
30 September 02:00 - 06:00
If you are new to putting weight in your hands and going upside down we will break it down, step by step, and look at the foundations for a safe and rewarding practice. If you are an experienced arm balancer/inverter we will play with some challenging poses and transitions.
Going upside down and placing weight through the hands can be scary at first, but we will support each other through a journey to balance and invert.
We will look at some simple anatomy and practical tips to strengthen your body and your practice. You will be able take this knowledge forward into class and home practice.
Benefits of arm balances
Increased shoulder girdle and core strength
Stimulation of wrist bone density
Improved alignment and shoulder girdle stability
Increased embodiment and focus
and some kick-ass confidence!
Some of the poses we will explore
Bakasana and variations (Bakasana – Crane – straight, Kakasana – Crow – bent)
Loloasana & tolasana (pendulum & scale pose)
Eka pada koundinyasana (flying split)
Astavakrasana (eight angle pose)
Adho mukha vrksasana (handstand)
Come explore the world from a new perspective and surprise yourself with some new discoveries.
Some yoga experience needed. Flow class taught as part of the workshop.
*ACCESSIBLE TO ALL STUDENTS WHETHER OR NOT YOU CURRENTLY HAVE INVERSIONS IN YOUR PRACTICE*
Matt will be leading this workshop and he believes in the importance of a strong physical practice that enables us to remain active and vibrant despite our years on this earth. He also recognizes the deep connection between the breath, mind, and body. His belief is one cannot be strong if the other two are out of balance.
Session is 2 hours
£25 / £20 for Sunshine Yoga Members (applied automatically if you are a member)
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Looking forward to seeing you there.