3hour Vinyasa Masterclass Workshop on Sunday, 14.07.19
with Adam Husler (UK)
Big city living means our yoga classes are often just 60-75min affairs slotted preciously in to our high-energy weeks. Savasana sometimes comes as we’re just starting to unlock those tight parts of the body. We move from asana to asana without having time to truly explore the pose, understand the pose, take it deeper or acknowledge the sensations of the body.
The Big One is a long, full vinyasa practice tackling the whole body, especially those habitually tight bits that we often don’t get the time to get deep into. We’ll have the luxury of having time to chat about alignment and anatomy of common postures, potentially feeling them in entirely new places, and then also take the opportunity to discover progression routes for the things we might not have the chance to explore in a normal class: float backs, handstands, and arm balances. We’ll endeavour to become more engaged, attentive, integrated and focused in our asanas. You’ll be free to ask questions throughout and will have plenty of considerations and understandings to take things away to bring to your regular practice. Your downward dog might never be the same!
Though an overarching structure is always there, this workshop varies significantly depending on the students present in the room on that day.
Date & Time: Sunday 14th July, 14.00 - 17.00
Price: 79 CHF (pre-pay online, non-refundable)
Location: Yoga Tribe K6, Nordstrasse 195, 8037 Zürich
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About the teacher: Adam Husler
Drawing from a variety of lives lived off the mat, Adam Husler( E-500RYT) brings a unique perspective to those who seek more from yoga than making pretty shapes. He offers creative, effective and clearly-sequenced teachings that focus on balancing flexibility and strength; physically and mentally. Educated by globally renown teachers, including Jason Crandell and Michael Stone, Adam specialises in a signature style of Alignment-Based Vinyasa— fuelled by a fascination with anatomy and a desire to ask ‘why?’
Adam believes that yoga is a personally subjective practice of self enquiry, where one thing is for certain: whether a long-time listener, first time caller, or anywhere in between... yoga offers us all plenty of options to challenge and reward. Start small, go slow, practise, and all is coming. With a robust home schedule in London and leading workshops, trainings and festivals continuously around the world, Adam has thousands of teaching hours under his belt.