In this workshop, I would like to deepen with you a category of poses which at first glance, can either be awe-inspiring or terrifying depending on where you are at in your practice! I can still remember the first time I saw my teacher gracefully lifting herself into Crow; I experienced these feelings all at once.
To explore these poses, a sense of curiosity and play are essential, and of course, no wrist injuries! It is also important to keep in mind that in the same way that balancing on one foot can prove difficult (on some days, my Tree Pose has to be renamed the Shaaaaa-ky Treeeee), hands and forearm balances require patience, determination and is a process of trials and errors.
We will prepare for these more challenging poses through vinyasa flow sequences and will experiment with variations of Bakasana (or Crow), Astavakrasana (Eight-Angle Pose), Koundinyasana I and II, Eka Pada Gavalasana (Flying Pigeon) and a few more… Surprise!
This workshop is open to intermediate and advanced practitioners and will be limited to 16 people.
Looking forward to seeing you there!