A vinyasa flow class where the transitions become as important as the postures themselves, where strength does not mean rigidity but dynamic stability and fluidity of movement.
We can free our joints by exploring the spiralling actions of our limbs, and we can create a more resilient spine by finding sequential wave like movement of the vertebrae.
An exploration of movement leading into stillness.
Waves and Spirals - Exploring Transitions in Vinyasa Flow
Sunday 18th November, 1.30pm (2.5 hrs)
Suitable for students with experience of Vinyasa Flow and a minimum of 2 years practice.
Susanne has practiced and taught teachers in disciplines as broad as pilates, dance and yoga and brings all of that experience and knowledge to us in this workshop.
Susanne’s early yoga background was in Astanga Vinyasa yoga, which she began to practise in 1991 with the late Derek Ireland.
Other important influences and certifications include the release based work of Vanda Scaravelli, various somatic practices, degrees in dance and sports science, Pilates, and the rhythmic and energetic qualities of gyrokinesis and dance.
She teaches vinyasa flow at The Life Centre, somatics at London Contemporary School of Dance, as well as experiential anatomy and sequencing on the Yogacampus Teacher Training and Yoga Therapy courses. Whilst respecting the unique characteristics of these disciplines, Susanne’s approach to teaching has evolved from an awareness of the elements that are fundamental to all movement.