Arm balances can present an impressive and sometimes intimidating visual quality, especially to practitioners with less experience.
If we take the time to peel away the first few layers of any arm balance, we can see that their main functional foundations rely on open range of motion in our hips and a firm connection to the ground through our hands.
Through seated hip opening postures we are not only able to further explore the motion of our hips, but also gain an even closer connection to our primary source strength… The ground.
Join Frank Mauro as he guides you through a series of postures both standing and seated that will bring a necessary awareness to the mobility of your hips and build confidence in the strength and technique of your arms, as it all comes together to relate to arm balancing.
This workshop welcomes all levels of experience from basic to advanced students, although previous experience practicing asana will be helpful.