[Online] SPLIT YOUR WAY UPSIDE DOWN by Kevin Chai 18th April, 13:30-14:30 (GMT+9)
[Online] SPLIT YOUR WAY UPSIDE DOWN by Kevin Chai 18th April, 13:30-14:30 (GMT+9)
[Online] SPLIT YOUR WAY UPSIDE DOWN by Kevin Chai 18th April, 13:30-14:30 (GMT+9)
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[Online] SPLIT YOUR WAY UPSIDE DOWN by Kevin Chai 18th April, 13:30-14:30 (GMT+9)

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Split Your Way Upside Down

The infamous Hanuman leaping over the ocean in a splits has fascinated many in the Mythology of the Ramayana and on the yoga mat. The session will emphasize the integrative aspect of how we perform splits and transition in a seamless way into our inversions. Participants will be taught how to integrate the body through the mechanics of the breath to create movements that originate from the core of our being. This will be beneficial to anyone who wishes to learn how to integrate their practice with pranayama, transition fluidly, and see the world from a different perspective.

 (* This online class is provided by live streaming using zoom) 

 

About Kevin Chai

As the founder of Samana Yoga KL, Kevin Chai is the principal and resident Yoga Trainer for many faculties around South East Asia. He is no stranger to conducting Yoga Teacher Trainings, Workshops Retreats and Master Classes.

Kevin’s yoga education dates back from 2005 where his first brush with yoga was at a fitness centre. Inquisitive minded by nature, he soon began to study other styles of yoga such as Iyengar Yoga, Asthanga Yoga, Anusara Yoga and Vinyasa Yoga.

He is immersed in Tripsichore Vinyasa Yoga under the tutelage of Edward Clark which emphasizes synching the breath and movement to create stillness in motion (moving meditation).

His wealth of knowledge and experience having taught yoga in both the fitness and studio environment, equips him both the perception and insight needed to guide participants of different backgrounds and needs.

Known for his precision and clarity in class, his style of teaching advocates the harmony of flowing movement (vinyasa) coupled with evenness of breath to expand one’s awareness whilst sharpening their concentration to bring stillness within.