Revisiting the Classics Workshop with Tate Englund
October 29 @ 11:30 am - 1:30 pm| $40 – $45
More about how the body works
More about how you can make common yoga postures work in your body better
More clarity to see if you are doing these postures “correctly”
More exploration of WHY we do these poses
& if you’re being honest. . .
More than what you can get from a 60-minute group class
Join Tate Englund, E-500RYT, for this workshop where we revisit classical postures and look exactly at the nuances within. From the anatomy of the pose, to what they are trying to accomplish, to how we can make it work better and more efficiently in your body, we will dive deep into these powerful postures that sometimes get taken for granted.
Some of the postures we will take a look at:
- Downward Facing Dog
- Upward Facing Dog
- Uttansana (Forward Fold)
- Anjaneyasana (low lunge)
- Virabhadrasana I & II (Warrior 1 & 2)
- Crescent Lunge
Newer yoga students or those who have taken a hiatus from their yoga practice are welcome and encouraged to attend. The pace will be unhurried so students can build these postures from the ground up. Some previous yoga experience is recommended.
- Early Bird (register by September 29th): $40
- Regular (register after September 29th): $45
*In accordance with the CDC & WA State Mandate, masks are optional for students and staff.
*Cancellation policy: No refunds can be offered. If you provide 48 hours notice that you cannot attend, Yogabliss will credit your account the tuition for the workshop.
About the instructor: Tate Englund
Being 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.