4 WEEK PROGRAM WILL DELIVER ON THE FOLLOWING:

– More core strength and stability
– More core engagement
– Better balance and posture
– Lightness in asana practice
– More success in arm balances and inversions

WHY PARTICIPATE?
Core stability and strength are essential for a healthy body. Better posture, better balance and preventing injury and back pain, all begin with a strong core. Fun, strong, sweaty practices and understanding complete core engagement to create powerful yoga postures are just some of the things to expect twice a week! Let’s get strong, let’s get stable, let’s grow full of confidence from the inside out!

Each week, we will do two practices under one theme. While the topic may be the same the sequences will differ based on the physical goal.

Week 1 – CORE STRENGTH AND STANDING BALANCES
Will cover:
– Theory of equal and opposites
– Principle of adduction (Unlocking inner thigh strength)
– Understanding Banda engagement in hip and spine stabilization.
– Weight distribution in the feet and channeling strength

Week 2 – ALL ABOUT THE OBLIQUES
Will cover:
– Understanding the difference between the internal and external obliques
– Planks and Twists
– Yoga posture alignments that help you find more oblique engagement.
– Lower back and shoulder health

Week 3 – CORE STRENGTH AND ARM BALANCES
Will cover:
– The relationship of the breath and core to create lightness
– The relationship of the core and lower body to create flight
– The power of pushing the floor away to engage the belly
– Exploring different arm balance shapes that need different recruitment and different corestrengths

Week 4 – CORE STRENGTH AND INVERSIONS
– The relationship between the core and lower body
– Core stability and Core strength. How they are different and equally important. Isolated drills for working both aspects.
– Working with the core upside down
– Handstands, headstands, forearm stands

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