Weekend Immersion Yoga Biomechanics
For teachers and practitioners: Weekend Immersion Yoga Biomechanics
Join us in February 2020! For a weekend immersion yoga biomechanics! This is suitable for yoga teachers and regular students of yoga. Classical yoga asana meets current scientific research, develop a good understanding of yoga postures, and be willing to challenge the usual script. This mini weekend immersion of yoga biomechanics offers a chance to experience desired outcomes in postures.
Biomechanics a Variable Approach to Asana: Friday 21st February 2020 4pm – 7pm
Begins with an introductory talk on biomechanics and the application to yoga postures. Followed by a two-hour class exploring and uncovering habitual movement patterns. Revisit classical alignment rules! Expect a moving, feeling, and learning party, it’s open to both teachers and students.
Saturday 22nd February
Analyse Your Asana: 10 am – 1 pm
Learn the why, which then answers the how, with a brief biomechanics’ breakdown and plenty of practical application. Come with an open mind and learn something new. Suitable for teachers and students of all levels.
Hip Dynamics Saturday 2-5pm
Contrary to conventional thought, flexibility and strength can be achieved together. Resist the urge to stretch yourself into common yoga postures, and discover the potential for utilising isometrics in postures.
Sunday 23rd February 2020
Shoulder-Spinal Potential: 10 am – 1 pm
Simplify all the complex anatomy you may have studied in the past and learn an easier approach. Assess your shoulder strength and learn to assess the quality of movement. And incorporate practices to improve shoulder function, promote change and develop mobility and stability.
Enhance your spinal mobility through phases of rest and repetition. At the same time gently and effectively building up to more challenging yoga poses. Experience a departure from conventional cueing! Curious minds welcome!
Intentional Sequencing- Sunday 2 pm – 5 pm
Explore the art and science of intentional sequencing. Building a clear framework to sequence your classes in a coherent and bio-mechanically sound way to achieve a desired outcome.
Neda Shayeghi MSC, ERYT500 is a London based yoga and meditation teacher, educator and studio owner (London Yogalogy). Her unique approach has been influenced by her extensive experience in different movement modalities from her love for dance to martial arts. Her yoga journey started with an ashtanga practice that she picked up when she started university and she was immediately hooked. Neda’s methodology intends to advocate a sense of mind-body-breath-spirit integration through the somatic aspects of yoga mixed with the latest exercise science.