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When we start attempting to get a little more dynamic in our yoga practice, certain transitions between postures can feel clumsy, clunky, heavy or basically impossible - and after a while this can become can become a little frustrating. However, with an intelligent approach to develop the necessary strength and mobility, these tricky transitions will begin to feel easy in no time!
Through experimenting with various Yoga practices (Ashtanga, Iyengar, Hatha - to name a few) it is easy to see, that many of the lineages of Yogaasana express or outline a ‘right’ way of doing things - often with set sequencing, or set alignment cues for postures. For some, having a consistent structure for their practice provides a vehicle for them to move deeper into their own practice (I used to be an ashtangi). However, for some - set structure can eventually feel like a movement prison, constantly doing the same things the same way, every single day. This constant repetition and daily overuse (of potentially damaging postures) leaves very little room for experimentation and inquiry, and can leave peoples bodies damaged, overstretched or injured. This workshop takes away the rule book, and allows the attendees to delve into the world of movement and play. It provides a chance to develop both strength and mobility whilst finding a path that feels suited to the individual - whilst having fun!
Earlier Event: February 28'The Yoga Teacher Tune-Up' - 30Hr CPD. Niya Yoga, Doha, Qatar.
Later Event: April 27Workshop Weekend Tour Croatia