Saturday 1st June, 2pm-4pm @ The Old Stables, The Core Zone.
£30 (limited availability as small class numbers)
Includes snacks and herbal teas.
Join Ness for this fun exploration of the challenging asana Hanumanasana, or 'the splits’ as we know it. This pose is named after Hanuman, the monkey deity, due to his great leap from India to Sri Lanka.
Maybe as a child you would have access to this posture, or perhaps, like me, you were nowhere near! I will show you how I deepened my practice and finally found my way into the pose.
The splits brings us immense opening in the hips, hip flexors, and hamstrings and also works on our quads, which not only gets us into Hanumanasana, but also improves back bending possibilities.
It's one of those poses that give us a real sense of achievement, and reignites your playful child-like mind. To get there, you have breathe deep and let go, which brings with it its own lessons, and amazing release.