Do you dream of pressing up to handstand? Maybe you’ve been trying for years with little improvement…? Maybe you are new to the quest for the press but not sure how to go about attaining it…?
Press Club is a 3-month program where you will learn and apply exactly what’s needed in body and mind to successfully achieve the press-up goal. Through this practice you will improve all your arm balances and find lightness in your vinyasa.
This program was developed over years of personal study, practice and refinement. It represents a specific formula of practices which progressively develop the body to achieve the strength required to float. A key component of this formula is the personal mind-set coaching to annihilate the “can’t do that” attitude that often is the source of blockage to advancing in one's practice. Amy's mastery of yoga teaching techniques will expedite acquiring the skill set needed to Press and Float your way up. Amy will be incorporating Functional Range Conditioning (FRC) techniques for wrists and shoulders to prevent injury and make the press sustainable.
Due to the quality of individualized attention that will be given to each student, the program will be limited to 6 students. This is a 3-month commitment to practice 1-hour a day... hard! The only prerequisite to join the Press Club is a positive mindset and desire to achieve the illusive press-up handstand.
Students will be given a daily personal practice consisting of strength, flexibility and mobility drills which are the prerequisites needed for the Press. Each week you will receive a set of practices that are done for six days with rest on day 7. The daily practices will be tailored to suit individual needs and will progressively prepare you for lift off. During weekly practice together we will assess our progress, master the exercises, and most importantly work and support one another with a positive mindset… what happens in press club stays in press club!
We will have a private Facebook group to have access to Amy for questions and coaching during your personal practice throughout the program. The social interaction between group members is also a great source of learning, motivation and encouragement during and after the Program,.
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