Inflexible Yogis Workshop: Backbends

Inflexible Yogis Workshop: Backbends

In this next installment of the Inflexible Yogis workshop we will focus on targeting the muscles that will allow more flexibility for backbends, aka heart openers. Prior knowledge for backbends are not required and being able to do a wheel/urdhva Dhanurasana is the not required. If you already have a backbend in your yoga practice, you will learn how to protect your spine and shoulders while in your backband. If you are hypermobile, you will gain tips in how to activate muscles to prevent overstretching and future joint injuries.

We will give you the tools to develop a practice in prepping for backbends and infuse it into your own practice, whether you can do it already or not.

We will have a 90 min vinyasa flow and break it up into different modules to understand:

*Learn more about the anatomy of our shoulders, hip flexors and spine.

*Learn the difference about Active and Passive stretching.

*Add PNF stretching into your asana positions.
(Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF) is an advanced form of flexibility training, which involves both the stretching and contracting of the muscle group being targeted. PNF stretching is one of the most effective forms of stretching for improving flexibility and increasing range of motion.)

*Create Elasticity, Plasticity, and Viscoelasticity in your Myofascial system.

Class taught in English.

There are only 25 spots so fill in the registration on the ticket link, and purchase your ‘drop-in’ ticket, to secure your spot.

This workshop is included in UB memberships.

Where: Updog Bodies Studio
Kvarnholmsvägen 77, 13131 Nacka
When: March 14, 2020
Time: 13:00-14:30
Price: 250:-
Teacher: Diana Bjälvenäs


Diana Is a E-500 RYT with Bryce Yoga and Dylan Werner Yoga and 50h with Lux Seattle acrobatics. She teaches yoga at SATS, Balance, Kroppsverkstan, and owns Updog Bodies Yoga Studio in Kvarnholmen. Diana has a passion for vinyasa flow and loves teaching arm balances and handstands. As a native New Yorker, D likes to use her colorful humor to explain technique. She also has an unhealthy obsession with watching Friends and eating cake.

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