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Foundational Yoga Workshop: Break It Down

Learn anatomical tools in a foundational safety net to explore the traditional vinyasa yoga practice. The basic poses are the blueprint postures to all other poses practiced in yoga. Gaining awareness on one's strength and weakness in these poses will help one evolve safely and freely into inversions, arm balances, twist and back bends!

Where

Yoga Bound
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2697 State Street, Carlsbad CA, US 92008
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Type of Event

  • Workshop

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When

Jan 17
2016
12:00 pmto15:00 pm

Price

$40

Early Registration is Suggested as Class Size is Limited. Thank you.

Full Description

Get back to the basics and fine tune your practice!

This fundamental workshop provides helpful anatomical tools and a safety net to explore the traditional vinyasa yoga practice. Diving into postures of Tadasana (mountain pose), Half-forward fold, Plank, Chaturanga Dandasana, Upward Facing and Downward Facing Dog, prepare to learn and understand proper alignment for your body, breath connection and the benefits. These poses are the blueprint postures to all other poses practiced in yoga. Gaining awareness on one's bodies strength and weakness in these poses will help one evolve safely and freely into inversions, arm balances and even twist and back bending! When one has a solid and firm connection to the foundational postures, movement comes with ease, and the mind may settle into a more meditative state of being, setting the groundwork for one's overall yoga practice. Through exploring the anatomy of the shoulder girdle, Kristina will provide insight into any questions upon an injury, pre-existing injury or preventative care.
Kristina has been teaching this workshop for many years to practitioners of all levels. No yoga experience is needed.

What you will learn:
What is Vinyasa and why is it practiced?
Sanskrit Translations
Structural Anatomy 101 for the Rotator Cuff Muscles
Proper Alignment for YOUR Body
Injury Prevention for Happy, Healthy, Yoga Practice