What differentiates a good yoga sequence, from a great one?
We’re looking at and dissecting in practice three varitaions on common vinyasa sequences, suryanamascar, chandranamascar and a typical vinyasa warrior flow. In our exploration we’ll see their effects on the breath, bandha, muscular skeletal and nervous systems.
This will lead to great insights into the importance of the actions and how one can modify for injuries and individuals with special conditions to achieve a similar effect and group inclusivity.
WHAT makes assisting posture therapeutic and what makes it dangerous
WHEN to cue breath, and the pitfalls of pranayama *
WHY “shoulders down and back” can be THE LEAST effective cue in certain situations
HOW “draw the naval into the spine“ is an often ineffective way to stabilise **
Do you want to truly understand why yoga postures can be so effective at bringing about a sense of well being?
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