With Bruce Chung

Saturday 26 August

Both Sessions 11.30 – 14.00 & 14.30 – 17.00

R600

As dynamic asana practice continues to evolve it is becoming evident that stability of the joints is important in cultivating a practice that has longevity. If the joints are not stable while bearing weight, they are at risk of injury — stabilising the joints is key in maintaining a safe and healthy practice. When you understand how to activate the muscles around your major joints and create support, it can help you to move in and out of postures with structural integrity and allow for proper growth in the stabiliser muscles.

In this 2-part workshop, we will look at creating stability in the shoulders, hips, and core, and relate them to groups of postures. You will be given tools to apply stabilising actions on your own, and experience how that directly impacts your practice, to give you a feeling of lightness and strength.

Join one or both sessions, which will be led in the style of vinyasa, and include the workshopping and application of stabilising exercises, dynamic movements, and self-discovery.

 

Session 1 11.30 – 14.00 R350

Hip Stability and Arm Balances

 

Session 2 14.30 – 17.00 R350

Core Stability and Spinal Extension (Backbends)

 

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