Unfortunately, there is no one right way to practice Yoga Asana (postures). And although there can be some very useful guidelines, as Judith Lasater has been known to say, “We don’t use our bodies to get into the poses. We use the poses to get into our bodies.”
In this workshop, Steve Ferrell (E-RYT200, YACEP) will explore applying some important anatomical, biomechanical and movement-based principals to some of the most common Yoga postures found in almost any class, so that beginners can then move more confidently and effortlessly into their own bodies.
The benefit of learning these principles is that they can then be applied to almost any other pose, which then opens us up to approaching the body as it is, safely and mindfully in any given moment.
When: Sunday November 8th 2020 @ 2:30pm – 4:30pm