Sun, 23 Jul|
Happy Back Aerial Yoga Swing Workshop
Back Bend Flow
Time & Location
23 Jul, 14:00 – 16:00
Ballinaboola, Kilscanlan, Ballinaboola, Co. Wexford, Y35 C596, Ireland
About the event
Back Bend Flow
This Workshop is suitable for you if you have already attended the Beginner Friendly Aerial Yoga Swing Workshop or if you have previously attended an Aerial Yoga swing or Hammock Class.
- Some of the benefits of practicing with an Aerial Yoga Swing
- Instant traction of the spine
- Relief of back pain and possibility sciatica
- Build Core Strength
- Deeper, supported back bends
- Brachation - Grip Strength
- Relief of tension in the shoulders
- Upper Body and Full Body Strengthening
You will encouraged to practice according to your individual, ability & energy levels. Maximum of 6 people per class means you will get plenty of individual attention. Please note, numbers are limited so it is not possible to refund or credit cancellations. 24 hours notice is required.
Accommodation is currently available within 5 minutes walk if you are traveling and want to stay nearby.
This workshop qualifies for 2 CPD for Yoga Alliance Registered Teachers. Please request a certificate from Tania after attendance. CPD Points do not qualify you to teach this discipline to others but they help you build your overall status, knowledge & recognition as a Registered Yoga Teacher.
Do not eat for approx 3 hours before this workshop, if you do need something then choose a light snack that is easily digestable and have it as early as you can. This will help your performance and reduce the risk of feeling nauseous while training.
Wear comfortable but slim fitting clothing.
Limit or remove jewellery.
Bring a bottle of water and your yoga mat, if you would prefer to use your own or would like to double up. However, mats will be provided by the studio.
Limit or no alcohol the night before the workshop is a good tip especially, inversions do not feel good if you have a banging head!
Cautions: This Workshop may not be suitable for you if you are at risk of the following:
- Heart Conditions
- High or Low Blood Pressure
- Risk or history of stroke
- Head or neck injuries/conditions
- Veritigo/ Motion Sickness