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Healthy Hand Balancing

Self-Talk into Hand Stand Progressions

Catch your handstands without the struggle. Safe shoulders, strong mindset, and stable wrists! Come for micro-progressions in mobility, strength, and balance. Leave with more awareness of self. Expand your limits with a proper warm up and cool down to relax your system before you go. Upper back, neck, and wrist therapy is emphasized. Participants should be able to hold a very still downward dog position for 10 breaths. Otherwise all levels welcomed.

Safe and Healthy Hand Balancing

Have you been working on your balances for some time? Looking to make the connection with your body? In this seminar you will expand your limits with proper technique and actual tools to build a self-confident mindset around vinyasa yoga practice. This is a light vinyasa class with many progressions for safe, low-to-the-ground hand balances such as the peacock pose and the figure eight pose. I will share many variations never seen by most yogis… Take home practical tips to preserve your wrists and build wrist strength! You will learn simple techniques to restore your wrists, shoulders, and neck. Catch your balance without the struggle! Leave with more awareness… Participants will receive a printout with techniques covered. Participants should be able to hold downward dog position for at least 10 breaths. Otherwise all levels are welcomed. Registered yoga teachers may earn 2 CEs. Some yoga experience is suggested. Something for all levels, guaranteed!

Vinyasa into Handstands

It’s fun to catch your handstands without the struggle! Intro to building confidence with safe wrists and shoulders and a strong mindset! A fresh look at classical postures with progressions for mobility, strength, and balance. Leave with more awareness… Expand your limits with a proper technique and relax your system before you take your hand balances with you! Participants should be able to hold a stable downward dog position for at least 10 breaths. Otherwise all levels are welcomed. *teachers are especially encouraged to attend*