Knock Me Off My Feet (If You Can)
Sunday, November 10th | 1:30pm – 4:30pm @ Breathe Together Yoga
In the structure of the body, the plantar surface of the foot connects to the ground and is the base for evolution. Generating stability and support at our root in a fast-paced society is valuable. Paying attention to our bones and connective tissues can regulate our nervous system, increase circulation, and improve breathing.
Taking a journey through the geography of our feet and its correlation to our knee joints is sure to benefit awareness in posture, old habits, and provide insight in how to use our base in an intelligent way, to awaken channels in the subtle body. With exercises and standing postures, we will explore range of motion, nourish small bones, bring structural integrity, and strengthen ligaments and the muscles surrounding the joints. Paying attention to our feet provides structure and organization to the entire body.
Through a variety of floor, seated, and standing drills, we will access our base using props such as blankets, blocks, tune up balls, belts, and the wall.
This workshop is open to all levels, even those with no experience with yoga asanas.
It is recommended to bring a set of tune up balls, available in studio.