Back to Basic

How do you go about with your practice? 

Asana practice is very common at yoga studios. Do you feel confident in your asana practice? Or do you feel a bit unsure about the moves?


Yoga is not something you practice on special occasions, but more on a daily basis. The more yoga is embedded into your lifestyle, the more your actions and reactions reflect your practice. 


“Adho mukha svanasana, kumbhakasana, chaturanga dandasana, and urdhva mukha svanasana” is also called vinyasa. 


These series of poses incorporate aspects of forward fold, core, back bending, and inversion to work on the entire body. By continuously practicing these moves, it helps to increase the range of motion along with calming the mind and body. Because we repeat these poses over and over again in the classes, we need to focus on the alignment to not only prevent injuries, but to get the most out of the asana practice. 


In this workshop, we will focus the alignment of the vinyasa flow that tend to be overlooked. We will do a breakdown of these asanas, review the alignment, how to get in and out of the pose, what to be cautious about and will take a look at alternative variations. We will go back to basics, start from a clear slate, and will definitely become a step up for your regular practice. 


Date: Friday, June 21, 2019

Time: 19:00-20:30

Location: Nami Yoga Studio

Price: 4000 Yen or 2 Tickets

Capacity: 16 people

Instructor: Yumi Tanaka



Regular student ¥ 4,000 or 2 tickets
Unlimited student ¥ 3,000