Strength & Balance in Backbends Workshop with Adam Husler

Finding Strength & Balance in Backbends on Sunday, 14.07.19
3h Workshop with Adam Husler (UK)

There are plenty of ways to shortcut your way into a pose or at least something that looks like the pose on quick inspection, but here we’ll be focusing on integrity over aesthetics. King Pigeon and Dancer pose have countless benefits, if done mindfully, but have lots of less-than-desirable outcomes if you are ‘chasing the shape’. Here, through a controlled vinyasa practice, we’ll be especially looking at: finding evenness, enhancing technique and building strength in your backbends.

You’ll leave equipped with increased understanding of backbends that you can apply to your regular practice, along with a set of tools that you can use to strengthen your over- loose bits and open your over-tight bits. Beyond dancer and pigeon, we’ll be exploring wheel, drop backs, bow and plenty more. Maybe you’ll even be able to hold your foot over your head; but if you do, it probably won’t change the quality of your life significantly!

This workshop is for anyone with a regular practice and although there will be some advanced poses, the focus is the direction of travel, rather than destination. Contortionists and desk workers will both equally find challenge and benefit.

Date & Time: Sunday 14th July, 9.30 - 12.30
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.

Caterina Meyrat