$80.00

Demystifying Arm Balances with Diana, June 17 (Singapore)

Orchard Central
Saturday, June 17, 2017
11am - 1pm

The common misconception is that arm balancing poses solely rely on upper body strength. Instead, finding ease in these poses is dependent mostly on breath, drishti and bandhas. Join Diana in this workshop that breaks down arm balances. Move away from fear by learning the basic principles of finding strength and ease in your arm balance practice. This workshop is suitable for yoga newbies who are just starting to explore arm balances, as well as seasoned practitioners who wish to refine their fundamental techniques.

*Use promo code DEMYSTIFY when you pay in full by May 20 and save $10

About Diana Lim

In 2000, Diana walked out from her first yoga class feeling lousy about her inflexibility. That prevented her from returning to yoga until six years later, when under the tutelage of an experienced vinyasa and Iyengar teacher, she began to learn more about the techniques of the asanas and became really serious about yoga. She committed to a daily practice, and it is only with hard work and discipline that her body is what it is today.

After she was certified as a RYT-200 teacher under Vikasa Yoga Koh Samui in year 2013, Diana embarked on a journey of teaching and sharing her experience. She believes in constantly upgrading herself and continues to study with teachers from various lineages including Briony Smyth and Dice Iida-Klein (Bryce Yoga), Christina Sell, Kino Macgregor and Tim Feldmann (Mysore Ashtanga), and most recently completed her training in prenatal yoga with Jo Chan of Surya Yoga. 

All the different branches of training has allowed Diana to become more versatile in her teaching, and thanks to her personal experience, she is very empathetic towards anybody who is stiff and inflexible, so leave your hesitations at the door!
Diana believe that nobody is born flexible enough for yoga, but that yoga is flexible for everybody to practise. “Yoga is 99 percent practice and one percent theory.”