In every Power or Vinyasa class you’ll inevitably encounter a sequence of four postures – downward-facing dog, plank, chaturanga (or low plank), upward-facing dog, with a transition back to down dog – known as a vinyasa. Do you ever feel like you have no idea how to do this? Does it seem like everyone in the class knows what they’re doing but you? Maybe you get it but your wrists and shoulders ache? Or maybe you just want to “perfect” it?
Here’s your chance! Join Kristin for, “FUNdamentals: Breakdown of the Vinyasa”. We will focus on the four main poses in the vinyasa – downward-facing dog, plank, chaturanga and upward-facing dog; modifications and options that can be used to make each posture safe, comfortable and accessible to everyone. For example in down dog: tight hamstrings? Bend your knees in down dog, tight shoulders? Turn your hands out slightly, Elbows hyper-extend? Turn hands in slightly.
Perfect for beginners or more advanced yogis seeking to fine-tune their alignment and skills! Come have FUN while finding YOUR version of the vinyasa!