What a joy! We were twisting and shouting for an hour this morning… you guys ROCKED IT OUT!!!!! I will miss you guys every Saturday morning. Mwah!
LEARN TO FLY: ARM BALANCES AND INVERSIONS
with Trina Hall
$25 in advance, $35 at the door
Saturday, April 30, 2:30-4:30p
Move Studio in Plano, TX
Have you ever wondered how to move safely into a headstand? What muscles to engage to feel steady in crow? How do they do running man (did you know it was more than a dance from the 90s)?
Why do the yogis do inversions? They increase blood flow to the brain to improve memory, awareness and concentration. Inversions stimulate the lymphatic system to clear toxins and can help counteract depression and mood swings. They help us and make us feel good! In this workshop, we will explore how to safely get into the most common inversions and arm balances. We will learn how to create more strength and feel stable as we surrender to turn our world upside down!
Santosha = Contentment
This reminds me of my favorite symbol of our culture: the smiley face. When you type the smiley, it is a colon, then a dash, followed by a parentheses.
The colon directs us toward the pause inherently expressed in the dash, and the parentheses closes the thought. Our eyes are open as we pause with our mouth closed, smiling at the moment itself.
There is nothing more perfect than a smiley to express my contentment. 🙂
Today, we started another yogic journey at Eastfield College. It is a great privilege to teach people who have never tried yoga because it is like watching a flower bloom… the beauty is beyond measure. The experience inspires awe. As a flower needs sunlight, we need conscious awareness of our bodies. It just takes some love to blossom. It really is all you need.