Learn (or improve) Inversions with the yoga hammock
Saturday, November 23rd at 10:00am-12:00pm
Unsupported Inversions take many years to learn. Even somewhat simple inversions such as shoulder stand can be more challenging to practice than on first assumption. One needs to train the body and mind how to get into the inversion, how to find balance once there, how to last in the position, and how to get out of the position safely. We’ll be able to use the hammock as a tool to train your body and mind these many aspects of inverting, so that you’ll know how to confidently practice inversions on your own, and one day you’ll be able to do perfect inversions, unsupported!
Smooth Flow Aerial Yoga
Saturday, November 23rd at 2:00pm-5:00pm
In the first part of this workshop, we will learn how to use the hammock as a tool for any challenging parts of the class sequence which follows. We’ll be able to offer personalized adjustments for anyone who needs them during this section. Through this process, the class that will follow will flow smoothly. At the end of the movement class, you’ll learn simple and practical breath techniques to prepare your mind for a gentle transition into meditation.This way of learning (repetition of the difficult parts + extra time) works for both seasoned practitioners and those new to aerial yoga. And, because all Unnata® Aerial Yoga classes use the same underlying framework, you’ll be able to use most of the unique and fun parts you learn in this workshop in future open level classes at Sacred Sounds Yoga.
Location: Sacred Sounds Yoga
163 Bleecker Street, 2nd Floor
(between Sullivan & Thompson Streets)
New York, NY 10012
Cost: $40 in advance / $45 on day of per session, $70 in advance / $80 on day of for full Unnata® Immersion (Morning + Afternoon sessions).
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Please contactSacred Sounds Yoga with any questions about the workshops.
About Your Instructor
Michelle Dortignac, founder of Unnata® Aerial Yoga, is an E-RYT 500 certified Yoga instructor of over 20 years, while during most of those years also being a professional aerial acrobatics performer. Her most influential Yoga teachers include Dharma Mittra, Alan Finger, Cyndi Lee and Susan Braham. Since its inception in 2006, Unnata Aerial Yoga led the growth of popularity and the development of the aerial yoga genre. Today the Unnata Aerial Yoga Teacher Training program is world renowned for its high standards, high-quality training. Participants receive large amounts of personalized instruction, and graduates receive a great amount of continuing support.