Flow with fluidity
This workshop is open to all yoga practitioners.
In this workshop you will learn how to successfully navigate through the transitions of your yoga practice with power and grace. We will explore, break down, and practice several yoga transitions that appear elusive and make them practical. Sometimes accessing a yoga transition is not about becoming more flexible or stronger. Rather, it is often all about mechanics.
This workshop incorporates some lecture discussions with a lot of experiential play on the mat including:
- Learn anatomical actions of transitional movements to help with falling and wobbliness
- Explore teachings from yoga philosophy that help us to overcome the fears and unknowns of transitions
- Sun Salutations: Stepping, jumping, floating lightly
- Sun Salutations: Rolling over your toes + creating rhythm in your movements
- Entering into and out of crow pose and arm balances with precision
- Moving from a variety of basic and intermediate standing poses on two feet to basic and intermediate balance poses on one foot with one fluid transition.
No matter the level of your yoga practice, there will be options for everyone to practice each pose and transition. This is an all-levels workshop that is intended for those who have practiced yoga before.
Explore the postures between the postures
Bring your questions. You will leave this workshop feeling refreshed and full of new possibilities to practice. And bring a notebook! While this workshop is fun and physical, it is also a highly educational workshop that you'll want to jot down key techniques for transforming your practice. Workshop includes lecture, asana practice, and demonstration.
- $30 register before 4/27
- $40 register after 4/27
Register as soon as you can to reserve your space. Workshop is limited to 25 participants.
Sanctuary Bodyworks, 710 S. Ann Street, Baltimore, MD 21231
Driving? Free parking is available in limited parking lot spaces at the back of the building, and plentiful parking spaces on the street. Save time to park.