Yoga Deconstructed® Weekend Workshop
$65 per workshop, or $225 for the weekend package.
($75/$325 after June 30)
Saturday, August 18, 12:00–3:00pm
Put Some Swoosh in Your Toosh Having strong gluteal muscles can help prevent injury and decrease back pain. But too many times, we’re getting lax in the back. This workshop will dispel myths about what to do with your derriere in yoga poses and help you put some swoosh back in your tush.
Saturday, August 18, 4:00–7:00pm
Rotation: Move More Like A Human & Less Like A Yoga Paper Doll Discover how to build mobility without sacrificing stability using novel exercises that explore dynamic multi-directional movement in the transverse plane. If you’ve ever been afraid to use a kettlebell, didn’t have access to equipment, or were afraid of injury, this workshop is for you.
Sunday, August 19, 11:00–2:00pm
Creative Progressions for Dynamic Pelvic Stability Old school yoga taught us that all you needed for pelvic stability was to engage the bandhas. However, many practitioners still experience SI joint and low back pain, despite adhering to this practice. In this workshop, you’ll learn preventative strategies and exercises that will keep your SI Joint stable and strong and your low back happy.
Sunday, August 19, 3:00–6:00pm
UnWreck Your Neck Most of us spend a large portion of our days glued to a computer screen or texting, which often leads to stiffness, pain, and decreased range of motion. In this workshop, you’ll learn self-massage techniques to soften your knotty neck + upper back. Then, we’ll address the neck & shoulders focusing on the deep neck flexors—the “core” of your neck.
Trina Altman, B.S., PMA®-CPT, STOTT PILATES® certified instructor, E-RYT 500, is the creator of Yoga Deconstructed® and Pilates Deconstructed®, which both take an interdisciplinary approach to foster an embodied understanding of yoga and Pilates and their relationship to modern movement science.
She teaches internationally and online, and when she’s home in Los Angeles, she works out of Equinox and The Moving Joint. Find her at www.trinaaltman.com