Yoga: Back to Basics at the USC
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In a demanding society there is often very little space or attention for oneself. This makes us easy targets for stress and exhaustion so that we are distracted from what we truly want, feel or are. That’s why, at the USC, you can participate in a variety of activities to achieve a better balance and coordination between mind and body.
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|Day||Course unit||Course part||Start time||End time||Hall||Teacher|
|Saturday||Unit 4||Part 1||13:00||13:55||Hall A||Aurora|
|Saturday||Unit 5||Part 2||13:00||13:55||Hall A||Aurora|
Week 1: Introduction & lotus variationsHave you secretly been curious about what yoga can do for your body? We’ve got your back! In the course Yoga: Back to Basics we’re going to talk about just that. The course is taught by two of our experienced yogateachers and is fully focused on the physical postures that we use during our yoga practices. The course aims to answer the questions: What can asana do for your body, how to modify them for your personal needs and what kind of variations do the selected postures have? By using an extra pair of eyes and keeping the group size relatively small there’s more time, space and knowledge to go deeper into the selected asana (physically and in terms of knowledge) than in a regular yogaclass. Feel free to come and satisfy your curiosity during this course and explore the world of asana together!
- Week 2: Mountain pose & standing forward fold
- Week 3: High plank & low plank
- Week 4: Cobra & upward facing dog
- Week 5: Downward facing dog
- Week 6: Sun salutation A & breathing
- Week 7: Classical sun salutation