Come view the world from a different perspective!
Some yogis say the biggest challenge in their practice is learning inversions. The specific poses require strength physically, but they also conjure fears, insecurities and limitations. In a sense, doing inversions is an opportunity to create internal strength and inner beauty. Birthday candle, shoulder stand or headstand adds to the general well being of a person if practiced correctly and with breath awareness. With regular practice, yoga poses that place the body upside-down have shown benefits in the cardiovascular, lymphatic, endocrine and nervous systems.
There will be extra help in the room to support you and encourage you to do what’s right for you. Come, learn something new and have some fun! No expectations, no competition, no judgement! Set the foundation for trying something new in a safe way. Both feet never have to leave the ground. 🙂
It is recommend that students of yoga have practiced regularly for least a year and have a strong awareness of body alignment. It is best to avoid this workshop if you have high blood pressure, glaucoma, a heart condition, recent surgery, back or neck injury.
Please dress to practice and bring your yoga mat (we do have some at the studio, if you don’t have one)
$20 in advance, $25 day of the workshop
This workshop will be led by Katie Ziskind and assisted by Lisa Bragaw