Alignment Yoga Workshop
May 3 - May 4$182
*Advance Booking Required
Hands-on, individual attention for students of all levels
In this two-day workshop you will:
– Learn and Integrate important alignment principles
– Enjoy personalised attention with individual assessments
– Heal your body with custom routines made just for you
– See inside with Blind-folded Yoga
– Connect and expand with peer-correction
– Unveil your movement patterns with Video Evaluation
– Progress faster with principles of “deep learning”
– Play and have lots of hands-on fun
Day 1: 10:00-17:00 (with one hour break)
Intro & Individual Assessments, Theory Presebtation and Partner / Group hands on corrections
Day 2: 10:00-17:00 (with one hour break)
Blindfold yoga, Video Replay and General And Individual feedback
Take this unique opportunity to learn more about and connect with your body, delve deep into movement and enhance your yoga practice, with support, guidance, and connection.*Advance Booking Required
Get a deeper understanding on how to align yourself in every pose for a safe and effective practice. Protect your joints, balance strength and flexibility and learn how to correct habits. This workshop is oriented to yoga teachers and experienced practitioners.
The Yoga Fundamentals Workshop is geared for people who are either starting out in their yoga practice or for those would like to revisit and clarify basic alignment principles.
Through demonstration, discussion and experiential movement, the workshop will empower you with key understandings and information on how to help keep your body safe – whether you are practicing in a class or on your own.
The safety and positioning of three key areas of the body will be examined in relation to yoga postures: the shoulders, the lower back and the knees. Correct alignment of these areas will be explored in relationship to building an awareness of core strength and stability.
When asanas (yoga postures) are practiced with awareness and knowledge of healthy alignment, you will find greater comfort and ease in the body. Proper alignment is essential to avoid the risks of injury and to establish a solid foundation on which a practice can grow.
Once the body feels taken care of and is not risking injury, we are also more available to explore the benefits of subtler practices such as pranayama (yogic breathing) and meditation.