Hand balances can bring a fun, playful quality to our yoga practice. They present an opportunity for curious exploration of the ways in which our bodies adapt to unfamiliar demands. And they allow us to challenge and gently probe preconceived ideas about our boundaries and limitations.
But it’s true that they can also feel somewhat daunting. After all, most of us aren’t used to standing on our hands! However, once the principles of hand balancing are understood, the poses become much more accessible for all.
In this workshop which I'm co hosting with so we flow... we’ll break down the fundamental techniques and basics of hand balancing; from foundational postures such as plank and side plank (vasisthasana), to more challenging poses such as bakasana (commonly referred to as crow pose), side crow and eka pada koundinyasana.
Options will be provided for all levels of experience. So whether you’re looking to achieve ‘lift off’ for the first time, or whether you want to refine your existing technique to fully master these postures, you’ll leave the workshop with the knowledge and understanding to take your hand balancing practice to the next level.
PLEASE NOTE WE WILL BE FILMING THE WORKSHOP FOR ONLINE DISTRIBUTION - IF YOU ATTEND THE WORKSHOP YOU WILL RECEIVE A LINK TO THE RECORDING (FOR FREE!) AS SOON AS IT'S READY...