Level Up! Your Practice Fridays 2:30p to 3:30p

Every month we’ll work on a new challenge pose to Level Up! your practice, first month will be forearm stand / pincha mayurasana, from beginner to intermediate, take your practice to the next level.
 
Level Up! your yoga practice. Every month we’ll work on one unique and challenging pose to move your yoga practice to the next level. In this workshop-style class, we’ll start the month with preparatory and strengthening poses to get your body and mind ready for the challenge pose that comes later in the month. As we move toward the end of the month, you’ll find yourself ready to accept the challenge of fun poses like forearm stand, one legged king pigeon, handstand, or an assortment of arm balances.  This format will help you create and sustain a long-term challenging practice.  Even if you can “do” the pose already, you’ll get instruction in proper form and alignment, and there’s always more to add on – whether it’s letting your body go deeper, holding the pose longer, or any of the advanced options, we’ll find a way to “Level Up!” your yoga.
 
Some yoga experience required but beginners with knowledge of the fundamentals are welcome. Keep an eye on the ACY website or contact me for each month’s selected pose.

2 thoughts on “Level Up! Your Practice Fridays 2:30p to 3:30p

  1. Hi Mike, do we need to be able to attend every Level Up class for the month in order to keep up? I would love to make as many of these classes as possible but may not be able to be at all of them. Thanks!

    • Hi, thanks for your interest in this class. No, you don’t have to come every week, although that would be ideal because the difficulty of each class builds on the class before, and the strengthening/opening homework I ask you to do – yes, homework!

      But if you want to come just for one pose/class, or plain old can’t make every class, show up, and by all means we’ll work on strategies that, even if you don’t achieve the pose that day, you’ll be on the path to understanding how the pose works and what you, personally, need to work on to get there.

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