Advance Your Practice: Safe Shoulderstand: Strong and Safe Shoulderstand Practice Video
Strong and Safe Shoulderstand Practice

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Advance Your Practice: Safe Shoulderstand: Strong and Safe Shoulderstand Practice

Episode 2
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The second segment of Ashleigh Sergeant's Safe Shoulderstand series approaches shoulderstand as a strong and active, yet therapeutic posture. Shoulderstand strengthens and expands the entire shoulder girdle and can be a powerful gateway into deeper backbends, more advanced pranayama and head/neck therapeutics. Ashleigh focuses on active, aligned and dynamic engagement of the entire upper body through multiple different variations of sarvangasana. Explore ways to prop, modify and expand this powerful pose as a teacher and student.

Props: strap, 2 blankets

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English

Episodes

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Episode 1 Restorative and Therapeutic Applications of the Asana
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Episode 1
, 41 minutes
Segment 1 of Ashleigh Sergeant's Safe Shoulderstand series explores long holds, creative propping and very specific applications of shoulderstand as a way to create balance for the entire multi-dimensional body.
Available worldwide
Strong and Safe Shoulderstand Practice Video
5
Episode 2 Strong and Safe Shoulderstand Practice
Strong and Safe Shoulderstand Practice (December 2015)
Episode 2
, 38 minutes
The second segment of Ashleigh Sergeant's Safe Shoulderstand series approaches shoulderstand as a strong and active, yet therapeutic posture. Shoulderstand strengthens and expands the entire shoulder girdle and can be a ...
Available worldwide

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OmShanti4U, posted on June 4, 2016

My first inversion practice since shoulder surgery in February. It was perfect, thank you.

hannah.dorafsha, posted on May 30, 2016

I loved the different variations of bridge to get us ready for the more intense inversions. Thank you for teaching this in a way that helps me know I can keep my body safe! Though I did have a hard time getting the strap on my arms while I was already laying down- can't remember how we did it in teacher training. Thank you again!

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