Saturday series workshops are suitable for Yoga practitioners Level 3 and up with a consistent personal practice that includes Inversions. Bookings are essential.
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Padmasana takes a staring role in the compact inversions. We will practice poses that prepare the upper body for inverting and the legs for compacting.
We all have a joint that is perhaps not as efficient as the others. Sometimes it is a knee, or perhaps an elbow. We will look at how one joint under working will mean another overworking. By delving into the joints, their functions and limitations we will endeavour to strike balance and harmony in the joints – have them work as a team!
“Core to the Periphery, Periphery to the Core” was taught by B.K.S. Iyengar before ‘the core’ became so much part of the Western vernacular. But what is ‘the core’ really? Is it just the abdominals? Might it not include the big stabilising muscles of the pelvis and spinal muscles? Let’s find out!
Sequencing off the mat allows for greater movement patterns and organic transitions. The “yoga mat” – that rectangular shape – is a relatively new concept. The wonderful vintage footage of B.K.S. Iyengar practicing as a young man show him moving in all directions without the confines of a mat. He also used different speeds – sometimes slow and smooth, other times dynamic and sharp. One moment holding, the next jumping. New ways of working generate a new and fresh consciousness.
Details to come
Details to come