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Masterclasses

 

HANDSTANDS AND CORE-STABILITY

COMING SOON

As well as strong and open shoulders: stable, healthy 'straight-up' handstands require deep abdominal strength and development of uddiyana bandha. We will learn how to open and strengthen the shoulders and develop deep abdominal awareness and strength through pelvis stabiltiy, spinal extension, pelvic floor practises and breathing techniques.

Yoga Akasha, East Grinstead 

BACKING-BENDING MASTER CLASS

COMING SOON

Do you feel your back-bends in your back? Back-bending is commonly perceived as the bending of the back; and indeed this is what many of us experience when attempting back-bends. The real beauty of back-bending, however, comes when we learn how to keep the lower back extended, and instead guide the 'bending' into the shoulders and hips. Come learn with Nina how to do just this. You'll notice the difference when you feel the sensation of opening in the front of the body, rather than compression in the back.

LOOSEYoga, Crawley

FORWARD-BENDS

COMING SOON

Ever wondered when the promised wonderful relaxation of forward-bends was going to come? The answer lies in the stabilisation of your hips and the deepening your 'hip space', this facilitates full forward-bend-elongation of the spine and full back-full-broadness; and along with head support (so that your brain is passive) this is where the real wonder of the forward-bend experience begins. Come learn and experience all this with Nina.

Akasha, East Grinstead

SURYA NAMASKAR, HANDSTANDS & JUMP THROUGHS

COMING SOON

Learn techniques to build the required core strength and openess in the shoulders (including wall-hanging rope techniques) and hips to improve your Surya Namaskar (sun-salutes) and further techniques to achieve the much coveted (and fun) experience of 'jumping through'.

LOOSEYoga Crawley

URDHVA DHANURASANA AKA 'THE WHEEL'

COMING SOON

Do you feel your back-bends in your back? Back-bending is commonly perceived as the bending of the back; and indeed this is what many of us experience when attempting back-bends. The real beauty of back-bending, however, comes when we learn how to keep the lower back extended, and instead guide the 'bending' into the shoulders and hips. Come learn with Nina how to do just this. You'll notice the difference when you feel the sensation of opening in the front of the body, rather than compression in the back.

Yoga Askasha, East Grinstead,