Take your practice to the next level by understanding the reason and the benefits of the therapeutic H26 sequence (Bikram series). This special 2 hour class will focus on understanding the logic on why the postures are done in a specific manner and order. During this class, we will go deep into the benefits of the poses from the point of view of:
(a) fascial restructuring (plasticity and elasticity) & neural flossing
(b) using the practice for rehabilitation and prehabilitation
(c) practicing with an injury
(d) movement mechanics for increased functional range of motion
(e) creating body intelligence - understand the pose in relation to your own body so you can implement this
in your own practice.
This will be an interactive session where the room will be slightly heated so we can do certain poses and investigate further on the finer details of the pose. Please bring the usual items for a regular class plus a pen and notebook if you want to take some notes.
There is no special fee for this class. It is open to all students with an existing pack at the studio, early bird included.
If you are not from the studio or do not have a class pack with us and wish to take part, we ask that you give a donation after the workshop. Give what you can afford and based on how valuable you found the workshop to be. Get in touch with us for more info.
Jeanne Fregil - (Bikram Yoga, Power Yoga, Yin, Animal Flow® & FRC ® Instructor) discovered yoga over 15 years ago and embarked in a lifetime journey that would radically change her body, mind and life.
She loves the openness of yoga and learning new alignment concepts from different yoga styles to bring into her practice & teaching. She started as a Bikram yoga teacher but soon expanded to other styles - Power Vinyasa, Ashtanga and Yin to name a few. Her passion lies in human movement exploring other movement concepts outside of yoga to develop her understanding of the body. She is passionate about learning body dynamics thru movement in relation to one's personal anatomy. With this, she has continued her study and investigation on new anatomical approaches, diving deep into functional range of motion and conditioning and other ideas in the movement world to fight the negative effects placed on our physical health by our modern lifestyle.
“I believe that we should approach our own practice with intelligence and an inquisitive mind in a non-dogmatic manner. (There is no perfect alignment, only your own body’s alignment!) Yoga is a dialogue between the body, mind and emotions. It’s about understanding ourselves and digging deep into our different layers. It’s a never ending process of inquiry to create an intelligent practice suited to your body. My practice is all about feeling, observing and experiencing - creating space,mindfulness, fluidity and strength.”