Are you feeling an empty unfulfilment somewhere deep inside? Why not explore new areas that connect with what invigorates you and makes you feel alive.Read More
Find creative ways in bringing movement into your life by starting one step at a time. Moving the body not only transforms our physical condition, but also our state of mind for a more mindful awareness in our lives, that in turn enhance our overall productivity, creativity and wellbeing.Read More
The Revolving Triangle A (yoga sanskrit name: parivritta trikonasana) also promotes stability in partnership with gravity. Drawing the feet away from each other on the transition forward, while twisting from the centre of the chest with subtle movements introduced in the shoulders, supports the spine while tweaking insights on stability in mobility.
The low lunge is the first of the Baseworks Practice lunging series. It lengthens/ strengthens the quadricep muscles, opens the groin and hips, creates space in the spine and opens the chest, promoting increased lung capacity.
The Triangle (yoga sanskrit name: trikonasana) is one of the many standing poses that promotes stability in partnership with gravity. The "A" version is all about "feeling" how the weight of the upper body hardwires the understanding of the centre point of gravity.Read More
Baseworkspractice involves over 100 postures at varying levels of ability in sets of sequences. Baseworks 1.0 and 2.0 focus on structural alignment. Baseworks Yoga 3.0 and 4.0 (intermediate and experienced) focus on enhancing energetics utilizing alignment foundations. The varying-level strategy builds from introductory toward advanced dynamics in a safe and holistic way. This Baseworks Pop-Up Studio is an introduction to Baseworks 1.0 and 2.0 via 5 sequences.Read More
This introduction to the Baseworks 1.0 series focuses on quality of movement. When the body and mind benefit from the effects of corrective alignment, it sets up the foundation for increased strength, mobility, flexibility, complexity and introspection.