MARCH 4TH, 2018
Chaturanga Dandasana (Four-Limbed Staff Pose) builds strength and stability through the entire body while also preparing for arm balances and inversions.
This workshop will cover the foundation alignment as well as go though various modifications and variations of chaturanga dandasana. We will flow through tricks and tools that can be used to build or maintain a healthy, strong, sustainable chaturanga practice. We will discuss and identify common areas of injury and how they could be avoided.
This workshop is wonderful for beginners looking to learn the foundation of chaturanga as well as for seasoned practitioners looking to check in on their alignment and work on variations.
WHAT TO BRING:
Come ready to practice with water.
Pen and notebook optional.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTORS:
Courtney Dutra completed her 200 hr and 300 hr yoga teacher training at Down Under School of Yoga in Brookline under the instruction of senior teacher Natasha Rizopoulos. At Down Under she has completed all four phases of their Art of Assisting training program. She has professional experience teaching both private and group classes. Her class emphasizes alignment to maximize the benefits of each pose while preventing injuries. She enjoys sharing this practice with others with the hopes that they find their own personal benefits.
Julie Helmes teaches to all levels and anyone who steps onto the mat. She enjoys learning and listening to the body and mind through movement, balance, strength, and connecting with others in a shared practice. Her class will create space and release tension in the body by combining a practice of fluid movements and heat-building postures. You will leave feeling the best version of you.
She is currently practicing Mysore Ashtanga and always looking for new opportunities to enhance her knowledge, practice, and teaching. Jules is a 200-hour Yoga Alliance Certified instructor. She completed her training with Marianne Wells Yoga School in Costa Rica.
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