Can we spend years practicing and dissecting Warrior Two? Absolutely! But what else is there to practice? What's next? If your intentions are pointing to your curiosity for advanced asana, this intensive workshop is for you. We're going big with arm balances, inversions, and back bends.
ARE YOU IN?
Advanced Yoga Students Only*
Saturday, March 30 & Sunday, March 31
$75 Both Workshops
Participants must have prior approval from Devin because the poses are challenging and safety is always our primary focus. Apply below for registration.
Payment Plans are Available
$50 Single Workshop
Approximate Schedule Saturday, March 30 Noon - 1:00pm Intermediate Flow 'Warm-Up' to dynamically prepare the body and joints 1:00 - 2:00pm Advanced Backbends (ex: pigeon, wheel, camel) 2:00 - 3:00pm Core Bracing and Strength Conditioning for Yoga 3:00 - 4:00pm Advanced Inversions (ex: pressing, moving off the wall, scorpion variations) Sunday, March 31 *We suggest attending the 11;30am Intermediate Flow Class on your own or doing your own warm-up prior 2:00 - 3:00pm Advanced Arm Balances (ex: chin stand, linking multiple arm balances) 3:00 - 4:00pm Advanced Standing Balances (ex: hand to big toe pose, bird of paradise/hell variations, warrior three)
Each section of the workshop is not entirely movement based. Participants will have time to rest and watch demonstrations, learn anatomy, use props, and then practice. While it is an advanced practice, don't worry, it's not necessarily 4 hours of advanced asana!
*CAN I ATTEND THIS WORKSHOP?
This may be one of the very few times we tell you no - solely for safety reasons. Participants should know and consistently be able to practice the following poses when properly warmed up:
Flying Splits (Eka Pada Koundinyasana) Crow Pose (Bakasana) Wheel (Urdhva Dhanurasana) or Camel Pose (Ustrasana) Bird of Paradise Straight Leg Flow (Chaturanga) Warrior Three (Virabhadrasana III)
Practice means consistency. We do next necessarily require each participant to masterly perform each of these poses every time they do yoga because we know each person has strengths in poses and do take into consideration injuries and conditions that may prevent certain movements. However if the participant can not yet confidently balance in crow for about 4+ seconds for example, we may suggest waiting on this workshop.
We will require a minimum of four (4) participants for each day registered by 3/15 for those programs to run.