Power to the Pelvis
An Anatomy and Movement Workshop
Monday July 9th
This workshop will combine movement with the study of anatomy. Through direct experience we will deepen our awareness and understanding of our own physical structure. We'll then practice our new awareness in basic yoga postures bringing more power and clarity to how we move our bodies. Through direct experience and investigation of specific bones and muscles in our pelvis and spine we can significantly grow our yoga practice, transform our asana, and affect greater ease in our daily life. Thei workshop is for movers of all kinds! Open to all levels. Please wear comfortable clothing (yoga clothes are good).
In this anatomy workshop we use movement, imagery, and anatomic drawings to study the musculoskeletal features of the pelvis and hip joint and learn how to apply this learning to our yoga practice. The hip joint is one of the most moveable joints in the body. As yogis, we know this from experience: it's directed one way in Warrior II, another way in Triangle, and still another way in twists. Proper alignment and flexibility in the hip sockets not only allows us to practice yoga with greater ease, but are also central to our ability to move with freedom and walk comfortably without pain. Through playful explorations, we will build a greater sense of our own bodies to help us move more efficiently and comfortably. By gaining a deeper understanding of the structure and movements of the pelvis and hip joint, we expand previous boundaries and cultivate a broader awareness of our own power and ability.
$30 for one by July 2nd
$35 at the door
to pre-register email firstname.lastname@example.org