This workshop focuses on safe and systematic steps toward practicing inversion poses in yoga. This 2-hour workshop builds on mild inversions up to inversions that require strength and balance.
Inverted poses in Yoga, such as shoulder stand and headstand or poses with legs positioned above the heart, adds to the general wellbeing of a person if practiced correctly and with awareness. With regular practice, yoga poses that place the body upside-down have been proven to benefit the cardiovascular, lymphatic, endocrine and nervous system.
The workshop is open to students of yoga who have had at least a year of regular yoga
instruction and those who have a strong awareness of body alignment. It is not advisable to practice certain inversions if you have high blood pressure, glaucoma, a heart condition, back or neck injury. Inversions also should not be practiced by women who are
Come with yoga blankets if you have them but most of all, come with an open mind and heart!
Taught by Lena Ang-Silverman, an Iyengar Yoga based instructor.
To register, please contact:
Health and Wellness Director