Develope the Salute to the Sun, Jumping through and Jumping back, Back bending and Inversions
Vinyasa Unlocked is a unique series of Yoga workshops that will enable you to learn and practice the different stages for graceful movements: simple and practical methods for improving Suryanamaskara through to Viparita Chakrasana.
The concept behind these techniques is to help balance flexibility and strength throughout the body. We need to develop both at the same time so that our stability and grace with all vinyasa is improved. Just as we aim to balance the inhalation and exhalation in our practice, the masculine and feminine and the Sun and Moon, it is essential that we seek to balance these qualities at the most basic level of the body. If you can develop your strength and flexibility equally, you can also begin to balance these energies in the subtle body and spiritually.
Content Vinyasa Unlocked
- the Salute to the Sun,
- jumping through and jumping back,
- headstand, forearm balance and handstand,
- back bending and drop backs, and
- the reverse wheel or tic-tacs.
- core strength,
- shoulder and upper back flexibility,
- leg strength and front body flexibility,
- variations on all the Salutes, and
- Nauli Kriya and the three Bandha.
About Vinyasa Unlocked
- 2 DVD set
- Runtime: 264 minutes
- Language: English
About Matthew Sweeney
Matthew Sweeney's knowledge of yoga encompasses 24 years of practice and 18 years of teaching. His education includes Shiatsu massage, yoga therapy, Iyengar yoga and Ashtanga yoga. Matthew's teaching combines the tradition of Ashtanga yoga with the therapeutic needs of each student. He provides an individual approach to the Mysore method and is renowned for the attention he gives to both novice and advanced students. Matthew is widely regarded as one of the world's most advanced exponents of Ashtanga vinyasa yoga as taught by Shri K. Pattabhi Jois. His asana practice includes advanced B, or 4th series. He studies regularly at the Ashtanga Yoga Research Institute in Mysore, India where he completed advanced A, or 3rd series, in 1996. Matthew travels and teaches yoga workshops in Australia, Asia, North America and Europe.