If you do not know the answer to that question don’t feel too bad, neither did I before I met Annie Carpenter .
The body does have a safe and logical way in which it can be opened.
That being said, there is also an unsafe and illogical way in which some people approach the yoga practice.
In fact there are many…
Yoga shouldn’t hurt.
So how do you practice in a safe way?
In the hands of a knowledgeable teacher who cares about your body, and will guide you along your path.
Annie has countless years of training, teaching, and sharing this information in a concise way. She is my mentor and I learn from her daily!
(Yes, I said daily!)
Long after leaving her class (and even years later) stuff will start to reveal itself, like “Ahah, so that’s why she told me to stretch my psoas muscles because it was pulling on my hip,”…I will have these little momments of discovery about what she was able to see in two minutes of looking at my body. (funny how that works when it may take me years!)
I will be heading over there to visit her at her new yoga studio home tonight at 7:30pm for her evening class so perhaps I will see you there!
Below I cut and pasted her info for you guys. See you in class!
Assisting Annie Carpenter in Sydney Australia for a Yogaworks 200 Hr Training
Pranayama and Meditation class starts this Sunday!
8-9am may seem early, but breathing and sitting in community every week is a powerful way to move your practice forward.
Also, this Sunday is the second YogaLAB. We’ll be awakening the core and activating mula and uddiyana bandha. From 2-4pm.
July 1-11 and August 1-12
SmartFLOW yoga celebrates the innate intelligence of juicy, flowing movement. This training is for anyone who wants to take their practice to a new level: teachers, future teachers, and lovers of yoga. Please feel free to email me if you have any questions.