Does advanced mean inaccessible? Do backbends really 'open the heart?' In this workshop, learn how to make vrishikasana (scorpion pose), natarajasana (dancer pose), and Eka Pada raja Kapotasana (full king pigeon pose) and others work for you.
Develop the strength and awareness to maintain the integrity of your centre and learn modifications and propping strategies to happily enjoy these tough postures and explore their emotional resonance.
This workshop is suitable for those with happy backs, some practice experience, and comfort in being upside down with the assistance of a partner or the wall.
Adam Hocke is a teacher, writer, and mentor empowering his students’ yoga practice and self-care. Through a unique blend of vinyasa flow and restorative yoga, he offers anatomically precise, strong, and accessible classes to physically awaken and renew the body and mind. Adam’s award-winning blog and Yoga with Adam podcast act as a global practice resource center for yogis from over 135 countries and all 50 U.S. states.
Adam is a regular contributor to Huffington Post and Om Yoga & Lifestyle Magazine. He leads teacher trainings, intensives, and conference sessions developing and inspiring the next generation of yoga practitioners and educators. More at adamhocke.com