Organize the Shoulders! - Strength Yoga Class
3.53 “Intuition, which is the entire discriminative knowledge, relates to all objects at all times, and is without succession” - Sutras, Chapter 3
Let’s get together to practice our weekly Strength Yoga! ;)
In this class, we´ll bring attention to the shoulders.
ORGANIZE THE SHOULDERS
To be conscious of the rotation of shoulders in every asana had always been a challenge for me. Don’t know if you feel the same ;)
From an anatomical point of view the shoulder girdle is formed from front to back by the sternum, the clavicles and the scapulae. It acts as a strong foundation for your arms, forearms, and hands. The shoulders contain several joints that allow your arms to rotate, bend and generally there is a wide range of motion.
Yoga can ease and alleviate pain in the shoulders but also give you more awareness into your shoulders. By practicing good alignment and becoming aware of the range of motion in your shoulders one is on the way to healing and happy open shoulders. By opening the shoulder and chest in the body one can feel more freedom, opening and spaciousness in yoga poses and in life.
This will be a 75mins Hatha-Vinyasa style class in English. Includes a short meditation. The center offers some mats, blocks and blankets for support, but If possible I recommend you to bring your own mat ;)
These classes are open, all levels, beginners are welcome ;)
The center offers bathrooms to change and a small room to leave your belongings.
We will start sharp at 19.30hrs, 5 mins late arrival will be given.
Since the spots are limited, if you are not sure to make it please remove yourself from the guest list at least 1 day prior to the class, so others can join ;)
If you have any doubts, feel free to reach me!
Look forward to see you!
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