I had the pleasure of teaching my arm balance/inversion workshop yesterday to such a wonderful group of practitioners out here in Montana, and every time I teach a workshop, I am humbled to see people so intently learning because they wish to grow and move forward.
When I first found yoga, I took a class every single day, I never missed a day. I was on my hands at least once a day. My inversion practice was consistent and efficient, which is a big reason why my practice is where it is today. But eventually, for some of us, that flame diminishes, and we have to stumble across something that re-ignites that passion.
This is an exercise I used early on to teach my transverse area how to engage when learning how to float. If you are looking to learn how to press handstand, or even just developing a silent float to the top of the mat, try this one out and see what ya think!
Wearing the most comfy @ohmmeapparel