Hunching over desks, cycling commutes, slouching over an smartphones, picking up kettlebells/children/puppies etc. are all activities that feature in modern lives, but that can actually create some less than desirable effects in the body. When our activities develop habitual movement patterns, or cultivate tightness and weakness in particular areas of the body, we need needs some time doing exactly the opposite actions. If yoga is a practice of balance and equanimity, we need to apply that to our bodies as much as any thing else
Thorough this workshop you will:
- Practice a vinyasa based sequence, targeting those common problem areas, inc;
shoulders, chest, hips, legs and plenty more.
- Be encouraged to find flexibility in the stiff bits and strength in the weak and loose bits.
- Explore the difference between passive and active range of motion via mobility
exploration and deep static poses
- Maybe laugh, maybe cry, but certainly take home some useful ideas on how you can
find more balance in you body, both in class and at home.
- Enjoy and long guided savasana and balancing meditation.
This workshop is for anyone with a regular practice.
Location: VAVA, Academy of Visionary Art, Döblergasse 2, 1070 WIen
Drawing from a variety of lives lived off the mat, Adam Husler( E-500RYT) brings a unique perspective to those who seek more from yoga than making pretty shapes. He offers creative,
effective and clearly-sequenced teachings that focus on balancing flexibility and strength; physically and mentally. Educated by globally renown teachers, including Jason Crandell and Michael Stone, Adam specialises in a signature style of Alignment-Based Vinyasa— fuelled by a fascination with anatomy and a desire to ask ‘why?’
Adam believes that yoga is a personally subjective practice of self enquiry, where one thing is for certain: whether a long-time listener, first time caller, or anywhere in between… yoga offers us all plenty of options to challenge and reward. Start small, go slow, practise, and all is coming. With a robust home schedule in London and leading workshops, trainings and festivals continuously around the world, Adam has thousands of teaching hours under his belt.