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Power & Alignment Workshop, Copenhagen, Denmark

  • The Yoga Flat (Nørrebro) 4 Wesselsgade København N, 2200 Denmark (map)

Power & Alignment (P&A) is a hatha vinyasa yoga practice that draws from our innate strength to create a harmonious relationship with the whole being – mind, heart, breath, body, and community. A synthesis of heart-opening yoga practices and psychological science, P&A goes beyond intelligent sequencing and yoga postural alignment and focuses on developing our well-being. Based on a curriculum approach, P&A incorporates a set of essential components, including an embodied practice through specific key alignment principles. These components evoke a mindful and uplifting effect, guiding students towards a “work in.” Through repeated practice, the intention is for practitioners to feel empowered to navigate modern day living with an underlying sense of peace and joy.



Considerations for Shoulders and Neck

The first part of the workshop introduces some of the main principles that comes to guide how we think of our practice as well as in enhances our understanding on how to work with the shoulders and neck in a way that is safe and effective.

You will learn to:

  • Strengthen the shoulders and create greater stability and balance in the shoulders, upper back and neck.

  • Consider ways to decrease repetitive stress in your shoulders in yoga practice.

  • Articulate and integrate the shoulders, upper back and neck safely in a variety of postures.



Considerations for Core and Wrists

The second part of the workshop focuses on how to better work from your centre as well as work with the wrists in a way that is safe and effective regards to your asana practice.

You will learn to:

  • Strengthen the core and stabilise the spine in yoga practice.

  • Identify key techniques to decrease repetitive stress in the wrists in weight-bearing postures.

  • Articulate and integrate the core areas of the body in a variety of postures.

Book directly with The Yoga Flat via the link below.