Volume 1 & 2 Focus…
Building the foundation - Warm up, essential drills techniques & anatomy
Hand placement for Handstand (Adho Mukha Vrksasana) & upper body placement for Forearm stand (Pincha Mayurasana)
Falling safely (this is important!)
Practicing with integrity - applying the breath & Yoga philosophy to your inversion practice
Entries and dismounts from handstand and forearm stand (and incorporating these into Will include wall, partner and freestanding work.
Volume 3 focus…
Weaving everything together. Beginning with a warm up, drills and then progressing into combining all the elements together. We will move through a slow to dynamic flow incorporating these key Inversions and transitions. You will have the option to use props and any suitable modifications
More about Kristine…
Kristine began Yoga as a way to deal with chronic pain. First beginning for the physical side of Yoga that enhanced her mobility and healed old injuries, she stayed with the practice for the mental and spiritual. Yoga was a way to help herself and she began to share the practice to help others experience the same benefits.
Believing in the power of a Yoga practice to heal & inspire positive change, Kristine offers a practice to move away from the pace of modern life and turn within . Weaving philosophical, anatomical, elemental themes combined with Asana, Meditation & Pranayama to create a moving meditation. With the intent of getting you out of your head and into your body.
An ex- competitive Gymnastics champion, Kristine loves to revisit her roots through hand balancing and inversions and offers progressive options to inspire & take you out of your comfort zone.
Completing her initial training (2015) Revelstoke, BC, Canada under Senior Yin & Vinyasa teachers Aman Rai & Jai Kairupa, and has since undertaken continuing education in Lyrical sequencing, the Chakra system, Meditation, Theming & Philosophy and has most recently finished continuing education in Advanced Inversions and Myofascial flow with Dylan Werner.