Josh Kramer Yoga Workshops
February 21 @ 12:00 pm - February 23 @ 4:00 pm$4 – $180
Josh Kramer is back from LA to share his signature masterclasses and workshops at Urban Ashram. Josh is an International Yoga teacher. Born and raised in Zimbabwe, he spent the latter half of his life in Auckland, New Zealand. Josh is now based in California and travels around the world sharing his passion for Yoga.
Friday 21st 7-8.30pm
A fun and challenging Yoga flow with plenty of playtime and pose breakdowns. You will have freedom to modify based on your individual level. Come along, have fun, and enjoy working up a sweat on your mat!
Saturday 22nd 12-2pm
This workshop explores the secrets to unlocking handstands and arm balances – particularly, the elusive straight handstand.
You will build your knowledge and understanding around anatomy, as well as develop essential skills and tools to condition and train your handstand.
This session is perfect for absolute beginners looking to build the confidence to get off their feet, advanced practitioners looking to refine and hone their handstand ability, as well as teachers looking to expand their teaching experience and learn hands on approaches to working with students. Come along and have fun getting upside down!
Handstands and Arm Balances: Beyond the wall
Saturday 22nd 4-6pm
This workshop is intended to be fluid and flexible based on individual needs: a great follow on from the the initial Handstand Workshop, as well as a solid stand alone session. We will implement the skills, techniques and drills covered, as well as spend time exploring a range of handstand transitions, arm balances, and any topics of interest you hope to learn! It’s all fun here, and the perfect environment to get confident on your hands.
Sunday 23rd 2.30-4pm
This class will focus on Yin Yoga. It is the perfect session to unwind, relax and deeply work into the connective tissue, fascia, bones and ligaments. Whether you are new to Yin, or regularly practice it, you will learn a great deal about anatomy and why Yin should be a regular component of your Yoga practice.