Safe, Accessible & Effective Ashtanga Vinyasa Practice
Register online here. https://bit.ly/3dGqXGB
Amongst other things Simon will be showing you ways of
- relieving knee problems
- preventing and recovering from hamstring tears and strains, and
- avoiding and healing from lower back pain.
Hi I'm Simon Borg-Olivier, Physiotherapist and Co-Director of Yoga Synergy. After 35 years teaching experience and my in depth knowledge of the body as a qualified Physiotherapist I believe there are some crucial techniques you need to consider to minimise harm and even injury while you practice Ashtanga Vinyasa.
I would like to invite you to a FREE interactive instructional Facebook Live session on Wednesday, March 3rd at 9.15 pm AEST (Sydney Time).
Whether a novice, an advanced practitioner, or a long-time teacher, you will benefit greatly from this session.
In this special class, I will be talking about the most common problems that many people experience practicing Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga and other more modern yoga styles.
In this session I want to go into some of the main problems that are experienced and show ways to alleviate them by removing some of the myths and misunderstandings of these practices, giving clear instructions on:
- how to perform postures
- how to modify postures where needed - how to move and breathe in a way that facilitates a better result physically, energetically and mentally.
I have loved practicing and teaching Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga for more than 35 years.
As exercise-based physiotherapists, Bianca Machliss and I have developed many ways of working with the postures, movements, and breathing that are taught in Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga that allow the practice to be safe, accessible, and effective.
Published research suggests that up to 53% of people practicing the ‘vinyasa' styles have experienced problems including injuries as a result of their practice.
I look forward to spending this time with you.
Much love and best wishes
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