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WORKSHOPS

”HAMSTRINGS: STRENGTHEN TO LENGTHEN”
2HRS

If you have been doing yoga for some time, it probably means you have been doing a reasonable amount of forward folds. Strengthening the hamstrings helps to bring balance to our back body so that it doesn't live in an overly lengthened state. Get ready to work your muscles in their full range of motion to help them get strong and mobile.

”REDEFINING THE PELVIC TUCK”
2HRS

Should we tuck the pelvis in yoga? Should we not tuck the pelvis in yoga? Find your new strength, teach your body how to find a neutral pelvic position. Learn to free your pelvis moving from an anterior to posterior tilt to find the center. Then translate that into your postures through class. You will surprise yourself with how your body feels as you move with this new pelvic awareness.

”A NEW APPROACH TO OPEN YOUR HIPS” 2HRS

What does it mean to "open our hips”? This workshop focuses on moving the hips in all directions and moving away from just external rotation. Our joints are designed to move. Learn how to access internal and external rotation, as well as flexion and extension. Get ready to wake up the muscles around your hips to find stability and strength.

"DECONSTRUCTING YOUR BACKBENDS”
2,5 HRS

What does it really take in your body to do a backbend? Is it just the spine? The answer is, no!
Come and explore how your hips and glutes support your backbends in a way you haven't experienced before. Learn to recruit these muscles to get them doing what they are designed to do and access your backbends in a safer and smarter way.

”YOGA STRENGTH: HOW TO ADD LOAD TO YOUR YOGA PRACTICE”
2,5HRS

Adding load will stimulate your tissues to adapt and become stronger. When our tissues are stronger, our body becomes resilient and therefore we are less likely to experience injuries. Only by adding load can our tissues adapt and increase their tolerance. Come, play and learn how by using yoga blocks, towels or your water bottle you can become stronger. More load = stronger tissues = better yoga practice.