Embark on a journey of empowerment through inversions in this dynamic 2-hour workshop. Starting with a gentle warm-up, we’ll gradually explore inversions like headstand, shoulder stand, forearm stand, handstand, and more. 

Inversions are not just about flipping upside down; they’re about discovering your strength, balance, and playfulness on the mat. Join us to demystify these poses and make them a joyful part of your practice.

What you’ll gain:

  • Clear markers to assess your readiness for each inversion
  • Effective warm-up techniques tailored to each inversion
  • Progressive steps to safely and confidently advance into inversions, with the support of props and the wall
  • Guidance on how to continue your inversion journey at home, building skills gradually

All levels are welcome, except for those with spine or neck injuries, high blood pressure, or elevated eye pressure (such as glaucoma).

Let’s turn your practice upside down in the best way possible!

  • Date: Sunday May 26th, 2024
  • Time: 1:00-3:00pm
  • Investment: $55 Earlybird (’til May 19th) Reg. $66


Akshey is an experienced E-RYT 500 hours yoga teacher with a passion for sharing the art of yoga with practitioners and teachers worldwide. His extensive training in the Himalayas under the guidance of yogis and monks has enriched his teaching with deep philosophical and anatomical insights.

In Akshey’s classes, you’ll find a profound and effective blend of philosophy and anatomy, making each session not just a physical practice but a journey of self-discovery and evolution. He believes that yoga is accessible to everyone, regardless of experience, and encourages students to explore their own limits and potential in each asana.

Akshey’s teaching style is deeply rooted in the traditional origins of yoga, and he chooses to guide his classes without the use of music, allowing for a more meditative and focused practice. Join Akshey on your yoga journey and discover the transformative power of this ancient practice.

*Akshey’s style is very grounded in Yoga’s origins and he prefers to teach his classes without the use of music.