Down Dog is one of the most common poses in yoga and it is often said that if you can only do one pose a day make it Down Dog.
Yet, it can be such a mystery!
Our Down Dog should have a feeling of lightness in the hands and shoulders and energy and power in the hips, abdominals and quadriceps. Yet it can feel as though the whole weight of the body rests in the wrists and shoulders.
Join me for this workshop as we break down many of the specifics that impact our personal Down Dog practice, working with the challenges of compression and flexibility and exploring the anatomy, alignment, and safety in Down Dog.
Date: February 27
Time: 11:00 - 1:30ish
Price: $50 Early Bird $40 by 2/22
Instructor: Lynda Kennedy E-RYT, BS Kinesiology
BS Clinical Psychology