Allison Candelaria



Allison Candelaria instructs the following:
  • The Balance of Anatomy in Yoga: Shoulders
  • Our shoulders provide us so much wonderful mobility, however on the flip side there is an inherent instability. Through this workshop you will gain a deeper understanding of the biomechanics and structure of the shoulder as well as the surrounding muscles that support the joints. In application of this knowledge we will look at the important things we should pay attention too in the yoga practice, including weight bearing postures, in order to find balance between strength, flexibility and stability.

  • The Balance of Anatomy in Yoga: Spine
  • Our bones provide the structural framework for our body and the spine not only holds us upright but also houses the spinal cord which carries information from the brain to the rest of the body. We have many different ranges of motions in the spine depending on the area and many vulnerabilities including the lumbar spine, cervical spine and disks. Through this workshop you will gain a deeper understanding of the biomechanics and structure of the spine as well as the surrounding muscles that give it support. In application of this knowledge we will look at the important things we should pay attention too in the yoga practice when finding balance between strength, flexibility and stability.

  • The Balance of Anatomy in Yoga: Hips
  • Our pelvis and hips provide stability and structure to our body allowing for weight bearing as well as mobility. In turn this area of the body can be overworked or imbalanced, sometimes showing up as tightness, tension or weakness. Through this workshop you will gain a deeper understanding of the biomechanics and structure of the hips as well as the surrounding muscles that support the joints. In application of this knowledge we will look at the important things we should pay attention too in the yoga practice, and that its not only finding space but also stability.

  • The Balance of Anatomy in Yoga: Sequencing Do’s and Don’ts
  • When we understand how the body is designed to work most efficiently we can begin to add that knowledge to the asana practice. When looking at how the muscles support the skeletal system we can create safe, effective sequences as well as transitions to optimize our practice and create a well balanced body. In turn we can eliminate ineffective cues, poses and transitions that may inhibit our ability to find this delicate balance.

  • Balance & Flow with Allison Candelaria
  • From arms to legs to backbend and folds, nothing will go overlooked in this anatomically balanced flow. Be challenge and restored in this Yin and Yang vinyasa flow class that will strengthen the muscles and also restore their flexibility. We won’t just stop at the physical body, the mind will be both calmed and challenged as well as tapping into and invigorating the senses. This class will leave you feeling like you can rule the world.

  • Soulful Flow
  • Get your heart racing, breath connected, mind free and soul full in this flow class that will engage your senses from head to toe. We’ll create strength and stability while transitioning with grace and ease making the mind, body and soul feel challenged and restored. Walk away with some key alignment points to refine your practice and an allover sense of bliss to deepen your connections.

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    ~ Jason Crandell

  • A photographer gets people to pose for him. A yoga instructor gets people to pose for themselves.

     

    ~ T. Guillemets

  • Yoga has a sly, clever way of short circuiting the mental patterns that cause anxiety.

     

    ~ Baxter Bell

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    ~ Liza Ciano

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    ~ Patanjali

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    ~ Sri Krishna Pattabhi Jois

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  • Yoga is the fountain of youth. You're only as young as your spine is flexible.

     

    ~ Bob Harper

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