This is a collection of FIVE of our recently released Live Stream classes with a focus on working systematically through various inversions. These five hour-long led practices take the guesswork out of your inversions. Julie breaks down inversions into details that allow you to work at your own pace and level, so whether it is your first attempt at going upside down or you’ve been doing it for years, there is information for everyone. Learn how to intentionally place yourself upside down through breath and muscular integration. If you are a yoga teacher, there are tips in here that will allow you to provide detailed guidance to your students who are endeavoring to journey into their own inversions.
This course is S$15 on its own, and is included for FREE if you subscribe to the Integrated Vinyasa Series course (S$45). If you choose to take this course first and later decide to undertake the Integrated Vinyasa Series, we will offer you a S$15 discount off of the full series.
- Full-length classes peppered with short tutorials to understand the physics of creating a stable inversion
- Learn how to execute your headstand, forearm stand and handstand WITHOUT JUMPING into it
- Learn how to integrate the whole body in a way that makes movements and transitions into challenging inversions possible
- Learn how to invert in a way that you can execute any inversion with precision every time
- Reduce reliance on the use of a wall for inversions
- For teachers, an alternative way of using the wall to teach inversions so that students do not build dependence on a wall, as well as to prevent them from simply jumping into their inversions
- This course is best taken with the Integrated Vinyasa Series. Discounts available for taking both courses.
This course includes:
- 5 full-length 60-minute flow classes
- Lifetime access
- Each class incorporates a short tutorial on the physics of inverting
- $15 discount on the Integrated Vinyasa Series course
About the course instructor:
Julie Moksim is co-founder of Urban Yogis. She is Singaporean by birth but a global citizen by lifestyle. Julie began her yoga journey in Boston in 2003. Today she runs Urban Yogis and a Yoga Cooperative in Laos called Luang Prabang Yoga. For more information about Julie, visit our About page.