Master Yoga Class
Date: Saturday, May 18th, 2019
Time: 8:30 AM-10:15 AM
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Theme: The PELVIS, HIP JOINT, and THIGHS
Mantra :"The pelvis is the center of movement and stability"
Here are the areas that we will explore in the master calls:
The sacroiliac joint is one of stability, not mobility. Only one muscle crosses this joint: the piriformis muscle. Standing in a tucked position means a more vertical sacrum and less congruent, or less stable, sacroiliac joint.
Differences in the male and female pelvis contribute to sacroiliac joint instability in women: hormonal changes affect the integrity of the ligaments, the joint surfaces are shallower, fewer sacral segments articulate with the ilia, and wider hips create torque.
The pelvis and the sacrum need to move together, especially in twisting.
Sacroiliac dysfunction is a condition of hyper mobility.
Tucking the tailbone weakens the pelvic floor, leading to issues with the bladder, uterus, and prostate gland.
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at the door :$50
What is Master Yoga Class:
These special once a month yoga laboratory-workshop-classes are called "Master Yoga Class” not because they are meant for a special, elite group of super advanced yogis, but rather they are intended for real seekers of a meaningful understanding of what lays in the heart of yoga for you as an individual. If you are serious about your yoga practice, this is an excellent opportunity for you to grow in yoga!
Purpose of Master Yoga Class:
For each of us yoga fulfills its mission on many levels of our being. However, if there is pure intention, yoga can lead to a life that is filled with much joy and happiness, enriching every area of our lives to find more mindfulness and depth. The sessions will lead you to skillful yoga sequencing for complex peak yoga poses. Further, my sincere and pure intention is to help you to find your true inner compass, to find ways to purify your heart to be able to listen to you inner voice and to be guided to having a fulfilling yoga practice while going to any yoga class, or practicing on your own at home, and especially to learn how to enjoy living yoga rather than seeing it only as a "mere” practice on a yoga mat.