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All Levels Inversion Workshop with Regan Pasko in West Seattle
Apr 4, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm| $40
All sales are final, if you cannot attend we could transfer your cash towards future workshops but we do not refund cash or credit card. Thank you for understanding.
Does being upside down scare the living daylights out of you or are you one to jump (or float) at the opportunity to invert? No matter which one you are this workshop is for you. Two and a half hours are being set aside to help you overcome your fears & go to new levels with your inversion practice. In this workshop we’ll be working on tripod headstand, supported headstand, forearm balance as well as the elusive handstand. For those who need more, how about floating up versus jumping, ever try coming out of an inversion into an arm balance? The walls will be utilized as tools to help you achieve your goals, overcome those fears and begin to develop the skill sets needed for these exhilarating poses. All levels are welcome as long as you are comfortable with the idea of being upside down.
Date & Time: Apr. 04th, 2020, 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Cost: $40 – Annual and Autopay month to month unlimited members receive 10% off
About the instructor: Regan Pasko
Regan began his yoga practice in 2002 at the urging of his physicians to increase his flexibility while training for ultramarathons. Through the years his passions turned from running to yoga, where he discovered a life-changing, joyful, dedicated and rewarding practice that he simply needed to share with others.
Regan’s teaching style simply cannot be labeled. He takes what he learns from all his teachers and brings it to his students in a simplistic, almost mechanical way. He builds his students up through each individual class, as well as through their entire lifelong practice, to reach beyond their expectations, allowing them to find themselves somewhere new and amazing.
Through his training and engineering background, Regan’s teaching results in a very hands-on approach breaking down the asana, flow and physical adjustments to their most basic foundation. Regan is strongly influenced by Jonathan Bowra (of Forrest Yoga) both through being a student of his and through his ongoing specialized training. He completed a teacher training with Baron Baptiste and teaching assistance programs with local master teacher Lisa Black. He continues his training and practice by attending intensive sessions with master teachers such as Anna Forrest, Simon Park, Jason Crandell and Ed Clark.
Through the growth in his practice, Regan found that accomplishments on the mat do lead to exciting and new things in life, giving oneself new found confidence and personal respect. Therefore he teaches with a belief that anyone can achieve, urging everyone to try something new, just one small step at a time.