Where? The Sunflower Centre
When? 13.09.2014 14:30 - 16:30
Who? everyone is welcome
“It’s a basic act of humanity, of movement, of utility. To squat is to be.”
Are you are serious about your mobility: your hip; knee; ankle; pelvic floor health; and improving your digestion, elimination and more - then you should take your RESTING squat seriously.
Just as we should eat the foods our bodies were designed to eat, we should move our bodies the way they were meant to move. Our hips flex, knees bend and our ankles dorsi-flex so that we can rest comfortably in a squat position. So fundamental is squatting that we should regard it as a daily dose of fish oil for our freedom of movement.
This workshop will help us to be more nuanced in our understanding of what is required for a full resting squat, "oiling" our practice, and will be limited to 8 people.
Together we will:
• prepare and mobilise the spine, hips, ankles and knees and many different muscle groups along the way
• play with some of the asana that evolve beautifully from a resting squat
• leave the workshop with individual things to work on and a challenge to keep squatting part of your day.
If this is something for you send me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org)
(image of my Grandma in a loaded resting squat. She was one mighty strong and mobile lady. We are going to take a leaf out of her book...)