Yoga workshop in Hertfordshire at BAYoga - The Importance Pelvic Balance
Have you ever wondered why one side of your body is easier to access than the other in your yoga practice? Or why some “hip openers” are more challenging than others?
It’s all related to the balance of your pelvis, and how the web of ligaments, tendons and muscle tissues in this key area work together to support and connect your hips, lower back and legs.
Join Catherine for this practical workshop to explore how yoga can help balance your pelvis and discover:
- how fixations in the pelvis can affect our entire body
- why not all hips need opening (and why stability is helpful)
- the effect of pelvic balance on your sacro-iliac joints
- why you shouldn’t tuck your tailbone (and why you should!)
- that pelvic balance goes far beyond pelvic floor exercises
- how relaxing your pelvis can help relieve lower back issues
- how to balance your pelvis from all angles
- Yoga Teacher: Catherine Annis
- Workshop: Pelvic Balance & why it’s so important
- Date: 17 November, 2018
- Day and Time: Saturday, 3.00-5.00pm
- Venue: BAYoga, 162-166 High Street, Berkhamstead, Herts, HP4 3AP
- Price: £25
- Booking: Please contact the workshop administrator BAYoga on 01442 866 667
Suitable for ALL levels
About Catherine Annis
Catherine is a member of the yoga teacher training faculty and sits on the teacher advisory committee at London’s top yoga studio, triyoga, and is well known for her imaginative and practical approach to yoga.
Originally a professional dancer, she discovered yoga as a teenager, and has been practicing for over 40 years. Having studied various styles of yoga including Sivananda, Iyengar, Astanga and various forms of Hatha yoga, she eventually gravitated to the teachings of Vanda Scaravelli.
Catherine’s daily yoga practice and teaching focuses on deepening physical awareness and alignment to reveal and release the natural freedom of the body, particularly the spine.
She holds a Masters degree in ballet studies, and is a qualified Thai massage practitioner, and it is this interest in the body which informs and inspires her teaching.
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