Workshops

Elevating your practice and evolving your yoga intellect and strength, workshops are informative, interactive and cover a range of techniques.

 
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Yoga Exploration Series

7 July 2019

A thorough exploration of Chaturanga Dandasana (Push-Up) and how the efforts in that pose help build skill and strength towards beginning Arm Balances, like Bakasana, to more advanced ones, like Lolasana.

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Joan Hyman Workshops

21 August 2019

Inversions For Everyone (Half Day)

Build your inner strength and confidence to move through obstacles by turning upside down. Flipping your perspective on the mat can flip your perspective on any situation off the mat. Joan guides you on an inversion exploration that is safe, effective and accessible for everyone. This invigoration practice integrates deep core and shoulder girdle work. It also burns away impurities in the body and mind to help you get up and stay up! All levels welcome.

Arm Balances (Half Day)

Learn tips and tricks to open your wings and get your body off the ground. Face this exploration of arm balances with courage, breath, and playfulness. No need to fight your way up, learn a pathway to channel these postures into your practice with enthusiasm and ease. Arm balances teach us to take chances and face our fear of falling. When practiced in a supportive environment they will leave you feel strong and confident and ready to tackle any challenge!

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Joan Hyman Workshops

22 August 2019

Advanced Transitions (Half Day)

Learn what is included in an advanced practice and how to break down advanced postures to make them more accessible to your students. Practicing advanced postures can teach us to be more disciplined and leave us feeling stronger and more alert. In this workshop, we will break down the elements that make up an advanced practice and transitions that are included to prevent injury and help to gain more strength and awareness as we move from pose to pose.  This practice will focus specifically on arm balances and their transitions.