Vinyasa Flow, Methodology, Inversions & Philosophy Immersion
Inversions revolutionize our ideas of our own capabilities, true potential and power. In this beautiful active power vinyasa practice interwoven with yogic philosophy, we will build towards exploring handstands and forearm stands.
This workshop will cover the fundamental alignment principles needed to help you connect with your own center and sense of balance - learn how to establish a steady foundation, how to develop strength, and how to stay centered. We'll explore different entry techniques and variations, discovering how breath and bandha allow you to move with grace, presence, confidence and stability, and learn how to adjust/assists others in these inversions.
The workshop also provides an overview on a blend of yoga philosophy, mythology and theming classes and weaving philosophy throughout the class.
All Levels Welcome!
**RYT can earn 4 Continuing Education (CE) credit hours from attending this workshp**
Gabrielle is an E-RYT500 certified instructor, director and senior faculty on international yoga teacher trainings, and a member of the International Association of Yoga Therapists. After completing a PhD in the biomedical sciences, a desire to understand more about the inner workings of life led Gabrielle to Bali, where she co-founded a premier teacher training school and immersed herself even deeper into yoga. Currently based in New York City, she teaches on teacher trainings and retreats around the world. Her illumined understanding of breath, pure vinyasa, alignment and devotion are ever-present within her classes and teachings as she weaves traditional and contemporary philosophy throughout her consciously sequenced classes.