Become BFFs with your Backbends Workshop with Amy Ippoliti

  • Younga Yoga Studio Lot 5 Thomas St, Wollongong, NSW 2500 Australia

If your tendency is to shy away from the backbend workshops on the schedule, you need to be here!

Backbends are supposed to be ecstatic, blissful, and totally possible! 
By understanding how to open your upper back and hips, you will experience new levels of freedom and self-expression in your backbends. Walk away with tools to befriend backbends once and for all, and reach a state of happiness when you need it most. Good for new practitioners and advanced yogis who want the foundational tools to perform advanced backbends freely.

When: Saturday 7th November 2015

Time: 10.00am - 12.00pm

Cost: $70 / $60 Direct Debit Members*

*Direct Debit Members are those with an automated, ongoing direct debit memberships only.
 
About Amy Ippoliti
Amy is a pioneer for advanced yoga education serving both students as well as fellow yoga teachers. She co-founded www.90Monkeys.com, an online professional development school that has enhanced the skills of yoga teachers and studios in 43 countries around the globe.

She has graced the covers of Yoga Journal and Fit Yoga Magazine and has been featured in Yoga International, Self, Origin Magazine, New York Magazine, Yogini Magazine (Japan), Allure (Korea), Elephant Journal, prAna.com, MindBodyGreen and many more. Amy is a faculty member at the Omega Institute, Esalen and Kripalu.

A regular presenter at the Yoga Journal Conferences, Asia Yoga Conference, Omega Institute Conference, Wanderlust Festivals, and The Hanuman Festival, Amy represents prAna clothing, ToeSox and Boardworks Surf as a yoga ambassador.

Amy is a yoga teacher, writer, cyclist, and philanthropist. She is known for her innovative methods to bridge the gap between ancient yoga wisdom and modern day life, helping yoga students “turn up their own volume.”

Since the age of 14 Amy has been a champion of all forms of eco-consciousness, animal conservation and more recent forays into marine conservation.

www.amyippoliti.com