Inversion Conversion Video
Inversion Conversion

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Inversion Conversion

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In this inversion workshop you will explore the world upside down by moving from the inside out with inversion master Chris Chavez! Working with a partner or using a wall, you will begin to develop the elements necessary to blow your practice wide open as you experiment with fun and challenging inversions and inversion sequences. Inversions cultivate strength, stamina, and balance while developing a deeper sense of confidence, playfulness, and community spirit - don’t miss the fun! Contraindications: You will need a partner or a wall and a spotter for this video. Avoid this video if you have any of the following conditions: high blood pressure, pregnancy, menstruation, eye issues, heart conditions, shoulder injuries or spinal injuries.  


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neepya1114, posted on September 7, 2016

He s sooooo his class

Redhotyogi, posted on April 21, 2013

I absolutely love Chris's classes. He has so much energy and enthusiasm that even when I've attempted 30 kick ups to the wall I still want to do more. I have only recently started practising these asanas and in just 2 of Chris's classes I can really tell the difference not just in my asana but also my confidence. Please come to the UK and do some workshops with us!!

chrischavez, posted on January 17, 2013

@JillianL Great observation!!! I love having babies in class... we have to start them young!!!:)) That particular baby has been taking classes with me since she was... well... still inside:)) her mother did my teacher training ... so I assume she was used to my voice:)))) thanks for practicing and for sharing your great energy!! lots of love!!

chrischavez, posted on January 17, 2013

@middenhidden thanks for watching!! Have a GREAT week!! Love!

chrischavez, posted on January 17, 2013

@montlake thanks for watching and thanks for the comment!! Yes, I agree... TIME:)) in general, that is one of the draw backs of filming a workshop and or a live class... in these types of workshops, we break down poses to offer 1 or 2 key points that the student can work on when they the poses into their own practice.... so this type of practice is not meant to be a full-spectrum experience ... instead it offers insight into the details that will make a full-spectrum experience richer and safer:)) again, thanks for sharing and most of all.. thanks for watching:)) lots of love!!

chrischavez, posted on January 17, 2013

@sreavill thanks for practicing!! It's amazing to see students like you rockin' out and being connected through these videos!! Keep practicing and keep kickin' those handstands:) Lots of love!!

JillianL, posted on January 4, 2013

What a fun class! It was made even more beautiful by the mother who took such tender care of her baby during the class. Cute!

middenhidden, posted on December 28, 2012


montlake, posted on December 17, 2012

Nice commentary - funny, encouraging and very helpful. I enjoyed the advanced variations, but overall, I would have liked to see more of a routine. In a way this class was basically a warm up and then a lot of inversions (mainly handstand) and then a warmdown. I like working on handstand, but in terms of a daily practice, I would have liked to see a wider variety of poses and more work after the handstands. The fact that it was a live class ate up a lot of the time. Still, it was very enjoying to do. Thanks!

sreavill, posted on December 16, 2012

Holy Scrit! with no studios in my tiny town - this was a great way to spend the morning!

chrischavez, posted on December 14, 2012

@juliacar thanks for watching!! I am so happy to hear that you felt a sense of community while practicing on your own at home!! That is the EXACT reason why I decided to shoot these. Your comment made the 12 thousand roundtrip miles I flew to do these.. TOTALLY worth it!! LOVE:)

chrischavez, posted on December 14, 2012

@TamaraRae, thank you so much! I appreciate your lovely words!! have a beautiful day! Love:)

juliacar, posted on December 12, 2012

I don't have a yoga community where I live, but today, in my living room, I was laughing and playing and connecting as though I was part of your group at Wanderlust. Thank you SO much for your light and energy!

TamaraRae, posted on December 11, 2012

Chris, your energy is uplifting, and beautiful.... so grateful for this today.

chrischavez, posted on December 11, 2012

Thanks!! I really enjoyed teaching this class.... it was a unique experience to be teaching to people who randomly decided to practice in the grass behind me! SUPER COOL! I realize that we did do a lot of partner work in this session... so if you are practicing at home, you can use a wall for support so that you can start to play with your balance!! And as always, thanks for practicing!! Lots of Love:)

ShawnaTurner, posted on December 11, 2012

Amazing energy! Loved playing upside down this morning! Thank you!

CarolineFrenetteMasterIntuitiveCoach, posted on December 10, 2012

Uncle Chris (LOL) you are a lot of fun. I enjoyed this class, merci :-)

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