An incredibly detailed practice that moves into this intense arm balancing pose. Strengthen and engage the core and integrate the arms and shoulders in new ways in order to find lift and centering and float up into this flying pose.
Chad gets real and vulnerable in this deep, hip-opening sequence. The third class in a 3 class progression -- a continuous flow into Pigeon and Double Pigeon, and now progress into the arm balance and take flight in Eka Pada Galavasana (Flying Pigeon)!
Chad gets real and vulnerable in this deep, hip-opening sequence. The second class in a 3 class progression -- a continuous flow into Pigeon and Double Pigeon with a few added challenges woven throughout the sequence.
Targets: Hip-opening, core-strengthening, arm-strengthening, a grounding pract...
Open the inner thighs. Compact the outer hips. Wake up the shoulders. Move through a sequence that gently ease you into Hanumanasana, or splits pose, and if you're up fo the challenge, maybe even flip it all upside down.
A bit of a throwback to the first class in our outdoor studio. Jenn creates a challenging sequence that peaks with Eka Pada Galavasana, "flying pigeon" pose. Work the core, open the hips and strengthen the upper body.
PROPS -- 2 Blocks
ROAM’s version of an Open Level [Intermediate/Advanced] cla...
In this class, Chad incorporates all of the hip work done in the previous class ("Hip Hip Hooray") with a juicy arm class to set us up for the PEAK POSE arm balance "EKA PADA GALAVASANA." Class taught live on 07/02/2021.
ROAM’s version of an Open Level [Intermediate/Advanced] class - LEVEL TWO i...
Be prepared to sweat as Chad works the legs -- compacting the hips, warming up the hamstrings and setting us up for deep lengthening into HANUMAN. "To the beauty of the heat, the heart, the hips, to hanuman, let us bow." Chad's class from 06/19/2021.
These classes are designed for those that a short on time, but still want all the sweetness that comes from traditional ROAM classes. Eka Pada Galavasana, or flying pigeon, is a big pose, combining hip opening with an arm balance. The elements of balance, strength and openness are essential.