Class Three: Tension Release. Learn how to release tension in your hips and pelvis without compromising the space you’ve created. In this complete hatha sequence, we’ll learn and explore best practices for stretching our hips. In this eight-week hatha series, we’ll apply a specific focus to each class as we hone in on the areas of our hips, shoulders, and chest and learn a beautiful sequence. This series will engage you in a sequence where in each class you will learn new tools for addressing the areas of your shoulders/upper body and hips. Learning the ways in which these tools change the experience of the practice as a whole will be a fun discovery! Different practices will be added each week as new parts of the body are explored and you’ll feel how working in concentrated areas impacts your overall practice. By the eighth class you'll be able to apply new lessons as you move through their final practice. Come prepared to grow as a practitioner, learn new things, discover new facts about your anatomy, and enjoy a balanced, meditative and fun hatha practice.
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Smitten with yoga at age 15 and teaching since age 22, Andrea has 18 years of teaching experience and over 2000 hours of yoga training with many senior teachers including Ramanand Patel, Francois Raoult, Chuck Miller and Maty Ezraty. She has more than 800 hours of study with Judith Lasater who she has assisted and studied with since 2004. Andrea served as a faculty at George Brown College for 5 years as a lecturer and creating curriculum on critical thinking and cultural analysis before her yoga teaching practice drew her out of city. She shares yoga in Canada and in the United States, Japan, Europe and Oceania offering teacher trainings and ...Read More
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