Learn how to fly by integrating every aspect of Yourself and changing your relationship to Gravity. In this 3 hour workshop co-teachers Michael Hewett and Gina de la Chesnaye will share and breakdown the fundamentals of arm balances and inversions such as Bakasana (Crow), Sirsasana 1, 2 and 3 (Headstand and it's many variations), Ashtavakrasana (8-Limbed Pose), Adho Mukha Vrksasana (Handstand) as well as Nirlamba Sarvangasana (Hands Free Shoulderstand) and many others.

Foundational and universal alignment principals will be shared in a safe, playful & non-competitive environment. Its not necessary to do the full expression of the poses to receive the benefit! We will share the spectrum of variations along with the deeper alchemical/energetic dimensions within the poses. 

If you have ever felt that you could do any of this with just a little more wherewithal, time to figure them out or want to work on advancing what you already know, this is the workshop.

Saturday June 23   |   2 - 5PM

$60  |  $48 for members

 
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Michael has taught Yoga for over 20 years & been in love with music for 30. His classes, workshops & retreats weave together philosophies, asana, music & meditation to experientially guide students along their paths with humor, scholarship & artistry. He is the founder/director of Sarva Yoga Academy, a graduate of Berklee College of Music, DJ Nagual and a guitarist/composer with a catalog of seven albums & numerous singles. His classes feature custom DJ Nagual mixes & live guitar.

 

 
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Gina participated in the 200 Hour Teacher Training with Alison West of Yoga Union. She is known for teaching a comprehensive class with careful attention to alignment, mindfulness and full-body strengthening. She is also a teacher with The Lineage Project, which brings mindfulness-based exercises such as yoga and meditation to at-risk and/or incarcerated youth and their support staff. Gina is the Trauma Resource Director on the faculty of The International Center for Mental Health and Human Rights where she co-facilitates Contemplative Based Trauma and Resiliency Trainings to humanitarian aid workers, trauma therapists, social workers and counselors in Africa and is a faculty member of Second Response which tends to the emotional & psychological needs of people exposed to trauma, providing body-centered methods to relieve the harmful effects of stress, distress & trauma.