How to Modify and Customize Your Practice

How to Modify and Customize Your Practice

Description

8 class course that teaches students how to customize their practice using props and learning to set alternative priorities to create an ideal sustainable practice. Course focuses on modifications for Sun Salutations, Standing, Primary Series, and Finishing postures. Each class is 2.5 hours long and is divided up by 90 minutes of asana focused work plus a 60 minute asana theory talk.

Please note that Class 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 8 are Zoom quality. The other 2 classes are recorded at 4K. 

 

5 reasons to incorporate modifications and props in your daily practice:
1️⃣ Make your posture easier to do
2️⃣ Better align your skeleton
3️⃣ Stay longer in your pose with more ease
4️⃣ Help you divide complex postures into logical, suitable steps
5️⃣ To gain the power to work with just the right amount of challenge

 

Inspiration
A prop used with skill is a great ally, it gives you some kind of functional and pleasing advantage.
A prop gives you many inspiring answers to the question, “What if?”
What if I had a little bit more flexibility or strength?
What if I could avail myself of tools that would help me expand my vision for doing a pose? 
What if I could create more enjoyment, bliss, participation, receptivity, stillness, dynamic action?

 

DOWNLOAD AND STREAMING INFORMATION

1) Once you purchase the course you will receive a message from VHX with a link to your videos. The email will be sent to the email address you input at checkout so make sure you choose an email you frequently use. If you don't see the email in your inbox please make sure to check your spam folder. 

2) You can stream or download the course.

3) To download a video, click on the bottom left hand corner of each individual video and you'll see a download button. Unfortunately, you can only download one video at a time.

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