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Headstands, Handstands and hovering

46 Greenbank Road, Bristol Avon, GB
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Type of Event

  • Workshop

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When

Mar 14
2015
07:00 amto09:00 am

This workshop will break down the Handstands and Headstand postures for beginners and a refresh for those with some experience. The Headstand is known as the King of Asanas because of its many benefits, its no surprise that flipping your perspective can be challenging and for many full of fear. The workshop will work on preparatory practices to strengthen the upper body, open the shoulders and strengthen core. We will have fun learning to acheive them going through the steps and supported adjustments. We will also have the aid of the Feetup yoga stool. This innovative inversion aid enables you to hold a safe and stable headstand posture without any pressure on the neck and spine.

FeetUp stool gives beginners the confidence to raise their feet skywards and reap the benefits of inversion postures whilst more experienced practitioners can challenge themselves and have fun with new versions of inversions beyond their previous practice.'

Price

£20

Book two workshops for £35 next one 28th

Full Description

This workshop will break down the Handstands and Headstand postures for beginners and a refresh for those with some experience. The Headstand is known as the King of Asanas because of its many benefits, its no surprise that flipping your perspective can be challenging and for many full of fear. The workshop will work on preparatory practices to strengthen the upper body, open the shoulders and strengthen core. We will have fun learning to acheive them going through the steps and supported adjustments. We will also have the aid of the Feetup yoga stool. This innovative inversion aid enables you to hold a safe and stable headstand posture without any pressure on the neck and spine.

FeetUp stool gives beginners the confidence to raise their feet skywards and reap the benefits of inversion postures whilst more experienced practitioners can challenge themselves and have fun with new versions of inversions beyond their previous practice.'