This video will help in understanding how to use your Indo Yoga Board. The Indo Yoga Board is changing the way yoga is practiced by introducing an unstable platform on which to practice your yoga poses. The Indo Yoga board can be used for both Asana Yoga and Vinyasa Flow Yoga. The key to feeling comfortable on the Indo Yoga Board is to take the time to understand the feel and movement of the board and to slow down your poses and become more mentally engaged in your poses.
The Indo Yoga Board has varying levels of progression and instability. The wooden rockers on the bottom of the board provide a basic or beginning level of instability. Placing three Indo Board IndoFLO inflatable cushions underneath the board will increase the level of instability and increase the challenge. The inflation of the IndoFLO cushions changes the instability of the Indo Yoga Board. Inflating the IndoFLO cushions just enough so that the wooden rockers on the bottom of the Indo Yoga Board are not touching the floor, creates more instability. Further inflating the IndoFLO cushions continues to create more and more instability. Be sure to experiment with inflation of the cushions to find the right level of instability for your personal preference.
Practicing yoga on the Indo Yoga Board creates more muscle activation than traditional yoga on a stable surface. The Indo Yoga Board is meant to challenge all levels of yoga enthusiasts by forcing the user to slow down their pose and focus on engaging their core and other stabilizing muscles that may not be used in traditional yoga.
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Have you tried stand up paddle board yoga – only to fall in love with it – but now it’s far too cold outside to practice at your local body of water – which might, in fact, at the moment be completely frozen over? Or maybe, even if it’s a beautifully warm day, just the thought of accidentally fumbling into the water and getting your hair sopping wet and completely messed up is just unthinkable, and therefore you’ve shied away from ever trying out stand up paddle board yoga? Sometimes even I don’t want to risk getting my hair wet.
Solve your dilemma by allowing yourself to train throughout the winter months and maintain happy dry hair with the Indo Yoga Board. Want more? FREE Indo Yoga Board Demo Classes are being offered with Indo Board Certified Trainer, Amy Ploekelman Mosbey! DATES: February 21st, 10:00AM – 10:45AM & February 22nd, 8:00AM-8:45AM at www.thestudiolife.com/ in Danvville, California! Indo Yoga Board Classes in March TBA.
The Indo Yoga Board, which came from stand up paddle board yoga, has four rockers underneath the deck allowing it to move from side to side for a fun and engaging core challenge. Advanced yogis like to use IndoFLO™ Cushions underneath the Indo Yoga Board for an even greater challenge. Happy Day. – Georgette
If you are in the Jupiter, Florida area, jump start 2014 with a small group workshop on the #IndoYogaBoard with Stacy Oneill.
Tuesdays, 7pm – 8:15pm
January 14th – February 11th (5 weeks)
$150 (Limited to 12 participants)
For more information, go to: www.facebook.com/events/182904788576451/ Happy day to you. – Georgette