Core Vinyasa Foundations

Core Vinyasa Foundations

Deepen Your Practice

PLAY WITH - core cultivation techniques, tadasana (mountain pose), plank variations, tree pose

EXPLORE - balanced support to move freely 

AWAKEN - a new perspective of your "core" in yoga


Most vinyasa classes have a similar format and flavour. Join Rod as he dissects the essential foundations to keep your practice healthy and your body feeling great!

Understanding healthy alignment in yoga asana is important, but just as important is learning how to move effortlessly between all asanas, synchronising your movement with your breath, and engaging the essential muscles to support your movement. In this workshop, Rod will guide you through foundational movements and transitions, and help you build your core awareness to create healthy movement. If you're new to yoga, you'll get all the basics down. If you're more experienced, you'll learn the subtle 'micro-movements' that will have you gliding effortlessly as you flow.

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Rod Galbraith

Rod Galbraith is co-founder of InYoga, created to provide premium yoga education, dedicated to translating the wisdom of yoga and meditation in an accessible format for modern people.

As a yoga meditation teacher and educator, Rod has developed a holistic process for guiding instinctive meditation that acknowledges the interrelated nature of wellbeing and wisdom of the body/mind, by honouring the coherence of the physical body, nervous system, thoughts, emotions and sense of self.

Rod has devoted himself to studying the subtle arts of yoga, and sharing this empowering knowledge with others. Rod is an authorised teacher with global innovators in meditation Lorin Roche PhD and Camille Maurine, and dedicated student of global movement alchemist and yogini Shiva Rea. Rod weaves knowledge of the science of yoga with experience from his own dedicated personal practice, artfully sharing this knowledge through classes, workshops, yoga teacher trainings and as a contributing writer to Yoga Journal Australia.


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