Saturday 21st October 10am-1pm
“Hands as Feet: Learn to Turn Your World Upside Down” (3 hours)
The aim of this workshop is to bring a deeper understanding of the physiology and body position of our inversions. Through practical experience and various drills, this workshop will help you to obtain a deeper understanding of the alignment required in you inversions, and how we are able to successfully achieve it through practice.
Saturday 21st 2-5pm
Strength and Stability: The Strength Fundamentals of Inversions (3hours)
The aim of this workshop is to bring an understanding of the strength, stability and support required when venturing into the world of inversions! This workshop looks at various drills that help us acquire, or build on existing strength, so that we can begin to develop a sense of ease as we turn our worlds upside down.
Sunday 22nd 10-1pm
Discovery & Balance: Alignment, Mobility & Balance for your Inversions (3hours)
The aim of this workshop is to bring a deeper understanding of how we find balance and stability in our inversions practice. Through practical experience and various drills, this workshop will teach you how to find balance and stability in each inversion – learning not only how to find your balance initially, but how to correct if you over or under-balance.
Sunday 22nd 2-5pm
Taking Flight: A journey into floating and pressing.(3hours)
The aim of this workshop is to bring everything together from the previous two workshops – and then to experiment with taking it a step further. After we begin to understand the practice of inversions – we can then begin to incorporate them into all sorts of fun dynamic practices. This workshop offers various drills to help us on our journey to floating and pressing into our inversions.
€40 for individual workshop 4 for the price of 3 if attending all 4 €120 Special Early bird discount of €20 on 4 workshops if booked before 30th September bringing total cost to just €100
Daniel will also teach some classes in studio in the week leading up to the Immersion Weekend! More details on that closer to the time.
See you there!
Here’s the bio from Daniels Website..
My journey in yoga began with the combined interests of developing a healthy body, but also a healthy mind. This interest developed from a young age, spanning across a multitude of disciplines including; rock climbing, gymnastics, calisthenics, mixed martial arts, meditation and music. Initially, these activities were practiced individually, but I then found my true passion in the study and practice of Yoga as a lifestyle – both on and off the mat. Having studied Yoga for Six Years, I qualified as a Yoga teacher at the Marianne Wells Yoga School (Yoga Alliance), training in Costa Rica. It was here that I decided to dedicate my life to teaching and sharing the life changing practice that I experienced.I believe that Yoga is for anyone and everyone, and that it will be beneficial regardless of a students current ability or their aspirations. I believe Yoga is a continuous journey of self study and practice
When I teach, I always ensure that there is a safe environment to practice, where anyone and everyone will feel welcome, happy and comfortable. I offer guidance, adjustments and alternative postures to students (when appropriate) so that regardless of their ability, each individual will be able to reach their full potential within each and every class. My personal practice is derived from traditional teachings in Hatha, Iyengar, and Ashtanga. I choose elements from the different schools of yoga, and incorporate them into my lessons to suit the desired intention of the class.Yoga, alternative physical / spiritual development, and the study of all aspects of developing a holistic lifestyle, provide an open ended journey of learning and discovery which I endeavour to deepen every day, and then incorporate into my teaching.