Hazel’s Tip To Get Into An Inversion | Jal Yoga Instructor
For many people, the thought of inversions can trigger a fear response! If you have been struggling and can’t seem to quite get there, here’s a tip from Hazel on how you can develop the strength and confidence required to get upside down.
Inversions don’t have to be scary. If we change our perspective and start small, like in Downward Facing Dog — an inversion variation — we can gradually strengthen and work towards the more advanced asanas. Downward Facing Dog is a safe way to build up your confidence before moving into a full inversion. This asana works on the entire body, building strength in the shoulders, arms, and spine. Through this asana learn how to engage your abdominal muscles and develop the spine strength necessary to prevent the body from collapsing while you are upside down.
SOMETHING EXCITING IS COMING UP!
It’s time to turn your practice upside down with Inversion Workshop! Considering most of our lives are spent with our heads held high, legs below, going upside down is a refreshing change of pace.
Join Hazel to demystify and build the foundation necessary to get your hand down and feet up! Learn the basic of holding yourself up in inversions while you deepen your practice with intelligent alignment!
Here are the details of the workshop
Date: 18 August || 25 August
Location: Alexandra Branch || Katong Branch
Time: 10 am -12 pm
Instructor: Hazel Cheong
Fee: $55 w/GST (Jal Member) || $65 w/GST (Non-Member)
*Please note that enrollment is only confirmed upon payment*
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