Balance, posture and coordination of movement play a vital role to feel physically stable in our practice. Yoga practice might be driven by a desire to be more flexible. Yet, if we cannot control our ranges of motion then becoming overly flexible can lead to injury.
In this special class the practice will focus on controlling independent joint mobility so that interdependent movements in yoga asanas are more stable. Building strength boosts self-confidence and can bring stability to the emotional body.
Expect to also explore your core and much more!
This class is a continuation of the May session on strength and stability. If you did not attend the first session, no problem! Please do register.
This class will be held live online via Zoom, Pacific Standard Time.
This is appropriate for all levels, geared toward those who have at least 6 months experience.
This is priced as a regular class. Register with your class pass or membership. Or pay $18 drop in.
You must pre-register at least 30 minutes before class. Fifteen minutes prior to class you will receive a unique zoom log-in and specific instructions.
First time on Zoom with us? Check out our tip sheet! Our tips will help you get ready for your first class with us.
Yogi Zain Syed is a certified Iyengar yoga instructor at the Jr 1 level. He found yoga in 2006 when he enrolled in a course with an Iyengar certified teacher at Santa Monica College. He is a graduate of an apprenticeship with Heather Haxo Phillips and a 500-hour YogaWorks teacher training program. He taught his first class at San Quentin Prison where he continues to teach weekly as a part of the Prison Yoga Project. A full time yoga instructor, Zain enjoys working with beginners as well as challenging seasoned yogis to deepen their practice. Sharing his passion for Iyengar yoga, Zain has built an online following through his inspiring demo videos which are shared and viewed by yoga communities around the world.