Empower your home practice with me this January.
Start off 2020 with more Yoga to set the foundation for a fantastic year!
Have your ever felt so good after class you wish you could do more Yoga but feel unprepared or just wouldn’t know where to start alone at home?
Join me at this 3 hour workshop where I’ll give you tried and tested tips and ideas on how to start and keep your home practice going, interesting and growing.
I will guide you on
How to choose simple poses that suit you and your body to start with.
What mats and props I have found work well and where to buy them.
Are there good classes online? (Yes) How to navigate the huge Yoga class offerings online from YouTube to paid online streaming sites.
Which books are well written and give good advice to take not just your poses further, but to also deepen your understanding of Yoga as a whole.
How long should a home practice be and how to keep it safe. Are there any should or shouldn’t dos?
Is your Yoga practice good enough to do alone (Yes it is) and how to build confidence and trust in your self to get on the mat.
How to build the habit of a little most days.
I’ll take you through a few simple sequences (Vinyasa, Yin and Hatha) where I’ll break down their logic, construction and progression so you better understand their purpose and so remember them, befriend them and make them yours
I’ll also lead your through, break down, explain and repeat a simple complete 15 minute sequence and a 5 minute sequence for you to take home as a start. You’ll receive a handout of both sequences in mini Yogi pictorial form with pose names in English and Sanskrit.
This will be a fun interactive afternoon with questions answered and some non scary small group work.
Expect to leave with easy, practical tools to feel confident in starting a wonderful life long home practice.
If you have any questions about this workshop, please feel free to email me at email@example.com
This workshop is Sg $95
You can register by clicking the button below or with PayNow or PahLah with an accompanying text with your name and email address so I know who you are.