Flight School - Inversion Workshop
March 22 (Sunday) at 12:15 pm

143 spots left

Hayley Lawrence (sub for Shawn Taylor)
Class length
1 hour
Kula Tent
The inverted postures of yoga are some of the most beneficial yet intimidating of the asanas. Inversions should be a key component of your yoga practice. They stimulate the endocrine system, boot the memory, sharpen, calm and focus the mind.
You will be introduced to practice postures such as headstand, shoulder stand, forearm stand, handstand and more. You will be guided through alignment, technique, and be given tools to strengthen the wrists and open the shoulders. Your will also learn how to tap into the power of your core. Your presenter Hayley Lawrence from radiant being will close this workshop with a few yummy restorative and yin poses.

Hayley Lawrence has been practising yoga since 1997, and teaching since 2005. Since early in 2000 Hayley studied Hatha yoga over a two-year period with Saraswati based in London, UK. Saraswati studied Zen Buddhism and Mindfulness with Alan Watts and was lucky to be one of the last Sivananda teachers to be initiated by Swami Vishnu Devananda. 

Based in Western Australia, and is the founder of a retreat company named ‘radiant being’. Over the last 12 years 'radiant being' have provided adventure wellbeing retreats around Albany, Denmark and Bremer Bay in Western Australia and Nusa Lembongan Island, Near Bali. Hayley is contributor to Local wellbeing events, and has been featured in publications for Nature and Health, Cosmopolitan, Wellbeing, and Asia Spa magazines along with The West Australian, Sydney Morning Herald Newspaper. She guide's you through her classes in a meditative state with a focus on your feeling and intuition, but also make's you laugh bringing a fun aspect to your practice.  

Hayley passions include Positive Psychology and Wellbeing. After finishing her BSc. Hons. Psychology at The University of Kent in Canterbury, she completed a Post Graduation 'Professional Certificate in Education (Positive Education)' with The University of Melbourne, and specialises in Positive Psychology and Wellbeing. Incorporating a 4D approach to Positive Change and tailoring research-based Positive Psychology interventions to each unique environment. Hayley works with schools, and workplaces cultivating Wellbeing as a valuable resource.
She is a well seasoned traveller and keen anthropologist. Travelling will always remain a big part of her life and passion.

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