Are you an inversions enthusiast looking to find more stability upside down or in poses like wheel, crow, handstand and all the other fun variations in between? While these poses need strength, they also require the correct activation of muscles in the shoulder girdle and arms. That means there needs to be a level of flexibility and strength and coordinated alignment while moving – rather than brute force as one might think.
In this workshop we will explore various Pilates drills to activate the arms and shoulders so that you can be upside down in the most efficient way possible. This is a must for yogis who need that extra little bit of stability and for Pilates enthusiasts who want to explore their practice a further and find more control.
Please bring a yoga mat so you can take what you learn on the reformer onto the floor.
Not suitable for beginners or pregnant clients.
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