The core is the centre of balance and stability. Core strength provides support for advanced movements and postures such as backbends and arm balances such as floating up and handstands, but also for other types of exercise. Importantly, a strong core protects the spine, in particular, the bendy more delicate section of it which is the lower back. This sequence works on all the layers of the core, broadly the outer superficial layers or abdominal region, to the deeper layers of the core which sit at the base of the pelvis, known as the pelvic floor, where our root energy is located.
Stability, controlled movement, balance, safe practice, overall strength, support, and preparation for advanced practices.
Intermediate to advanced level. An empty stomach is a must. Generally, not suitable for pregnant ladies. Development of higher levels of energy.