CE Workshop | Studying Cobra Pose

August 11, 2021

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Practice cobra pose from the perspective of strength and useful mobility. Discuss interpretations of the term “core strength,” and work through exercises that distinguish these concepts. Participants visit cobra pose several times throughout the workshop to discuss the how-to of this shape and explore a few variations and exercises to create a practice that amplifies understanding of a strong and supple spine.

About the Presenter

Erin Ehlers has taught yoga and movement for nearly 20 years. With over 2,500 hours of professional training for yoga, movement, massage therapy, anatomy, and physiology, she has created a career with dedication. In addition to teaching yoga classes and training yoga teachers, Erin is certified as a Yoga Therapist and is also a Licensed Massage Therapist. There are many aspects of modern yoga, and she chooses the ones that heal and interrupt the worst habits of our sedentary culture. Erin teaches the detail of movement in a way that everyone can understand, striving to challenge, inform, and illuminate for her students. Additionally, though she has great interest in the traditions of yoga, Erin also delves passionately into the sciences of biomechanics and kinesiology to teach from a perspective that questions traditional asana practice.

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