October’s master class is all about the splits. Front ways – Hanumanasana, and sideways – Samakonasana, you’ll learn how incorporate these powerful poses into your practice.
Practice makes progress, and progress is important because it translates into great mobility and range of motion, not just the legs but in the hips and up the spine as well. Continued practice of the techniques offered in this workshop will cultivate lasting opening for students. Regardless of the depth that you can enter into the splits, your pose will have important benefits for your overall structural and movement health. Come with questions and curiosity and leave with a deeper relationship to Hanumanasana and Samakonasana.
This class is for a yogis who have an established practice, and are looking to learn more.
You do not need to know how to practice the splits to attend, you will learn variations and guidance towards these poses.
Don’t let the word “master” scare you, these classes are for everyone. Master classes are an invaluable way to grow and enrich an existing yoga practice. The teacher will demonstrate, breakdown and workshop designated postures and sequences—including alignment, benefits, and contraindications. This allows each practitioner to go into chosen postures with more depth and instructional detail than in a regular class. Master classes tend to focus on subtle, finer points within a pose, and can change one’s entire practice with a single A-ha moment.
Meg Abene Newlin, who believes practice is everything and that proper alignment is the pathway.
Saturday, October 13th, 2018, from 12:00pm – 2:00pm, Downtown.
$15 for members, $30 for non-members.