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[Live Streamed] Discover Your Wheel Pose with Tate Englund

Nov 14, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

| $25

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[Live Streamed] Discover Your Wheel Pose with Tate Englund - Yogabliss

When it comes to urdhva dhanurasana (wheel pose) or viparita dandasana (forearm wheel), we tend to press down into our feet and hands and just hope for the best. While we might achieve lift-off, this approach often overlooks the important intricacies of the pose and leave us less informed. Join Tate and learn about how this pose can work for your unique form and feel good in your body!

Curious about what to expect from this workshop? You will:
Gain knowledge of how the shoulder joint actually works and how to apply this to your practice
Understand the structure: what area needs to be open & flexible and what needs to be strong & engaged
Learn how to keep your spine safe
Examine how impactful a specialized warm up can be
Figure out how to manage common areas of discomfort or pain
Use discernment to determine what variations of wheel pose are right for you
✓ Feel empowered in your backbending practice!

Tate’s goal in this workshop is for you to explore wheel pose and take it to another level of comfort, depth, strength and control. This workshop is ideal for students with some exposure to wheel pose and are ready to “dig deep” into this challenging & inspiring asana.

Previous experience with wheel pose is recommended but not mandatory.

Date & Time: Nov. 14th, 2020 @12pm – 1:30pm

Tuition: $25

*Please note this workshop will take place entirely online. Yogabliss management will reach out the week of the workshop to share all the info you need to join the workshop online.
*If you cannot attend the workshop live, sign up anyway and we’ll send you a recording that you will have 48 hours to view!


About the instructor: Tate Englund

Tate EnglundBeing a lifelong athlete, playing basketball, football, and soccer competitively, Tate decided to give yoga a try after reading an article on how his Seahawks were doing yoga as a way to improve their performance as well as a way to help prevent injury. From the very first vinyasa class he took, he was hooked.

Tate’s classes are challenging, yet accessible, where he blends alignment, strength & mindfulness to get his students to truly understand what is happening in their body at that moment. His clear, concise verbal cuing allows for students move into, hold, and move out postures safely and successfully.


Nov 14, 2020
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
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