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Saturday, March 11 • 1:00pm - 3:30pm
Bending Backward: Explore, Grow, and Expand! FULL

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Philosophically, backbends are associated with a movement into the unknown, into our future. This workshop will give participants the tools they need to go deeper in their bodies, and in their lives, into unknown terrains and realms. Move deeper into intermediate and advanced backbends by learning appropriate body mechanics to safely explore the edges of our practice. We all have our limits; but it is important to test and ask why we set parameters on our own exploration, growth, and expansion. Backbends are some of the most beautiful yoga postures; but also some of the more complicated and difficult ones. This workshop will warm students up for these deep postures, and provide them with proper alignment tools to move safely into back bending asanas. This will be a mixed level workshop where students will be given the chance to move into more advanced postures as they are ready.

This is an on the land experience. Participants will travel with instructor, and be guided by Aumbase Sedona Coconino Nat'l FS permitted guide Carrie Khonya to Chapel Trail. Meet in lobby for shuttle.

Presenters
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Maggie Siebert

Maggie Siebert has been living, practicing, and teaching yoga under the crisp pink of the Sandia Mountains in Albuquerque since 2004. She is the owner and director of Sani Yoga studio and leads the teacher training program. She has taught yoga as a part-time faculty member of the University of New Mexico and with many diverse populations ranging from the Albuquerque Women’s Domestic Violence Shelter to sharing yoga with dancers in... Read More →


Saturday March 11, 2017 1:00pm - 3:30pm
Coconino Nat'l Forest Service Land
  • CEUs CEU, Yoga Alliance
  • Style Vinyasa Flow Yoga
  • Participant Level Intermediate
  • Special Instructions to Particip Bring your yoga mat and any other props you may own: Blocks, blankets, and straps.
  • partner practice, touching or ha Yes

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