Workshop series coming up! Starting March 10, every second Saturday of the month from 1pm-3pm.
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Topics for the next three workshops:
March 10: feet: You’ll learn how to prevent bunions, hammertoes, how to strengthen and lift fallen arches, how to improve balance.
April 14: low back: Learn to utilize core strength and good pelvic alignment to prevent disc degeneration, keep lumbar discs hydrated.
May 12: upper back: Here we’ll explore how to open up tightness in the upper back and prevent the dreaded “hump”. There are more options than just my towel-trick!
Of course there’ll be more… just comment with your requests for future workshops.
We will be teaching perfect alignment in common Yoga poses,
also very specific modifications for your own body’s needs and limitations.
In these 2-hour seminars you will:
- Explore safe ways to improve core strength
- Learn exercises to minimize the likelihood of injury and relieve chronic pain
- Receive detailed instructions (including hands-on direction) of proper alignment
If you have never tried Yoga, this is your chance to prevent bad habits.
If you’ve done Yoga for a long time, you’ll learn detailed alignment.
Even if you’re a Yoga instructor you will benefit–
you’ll learn how to safely teach your students using hands-on adjustments.
You will also receive a detailed handout with pictures of common poses in their easiest variation.
Illustrations like the Warrior II pose here come with detailed notations on what you should pay attention to in every pose, and there’s space for your own notes, since the point of the class is for you to find your own safe alignment.
Location: Marks Street Senior Recreation Complex, 99 East Marks Street Orlando, FL 32803
Questions? Please email me… luATbalanceorlandoDOTcom
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