Wheel - A Effective yoga prop for improving your back bending, hip and inversion pose Workshops with Master Keshav - [ 29th July 2023 ~ 30th July 2023]
About Anahata Yoga Workshop
At Anahata Yoga, we seek to support our students at all stages of their yoga journey. An important element of this support is the regular yoga workshops we conduct. These workshops are designed as focussed sessions covering specific areas of yoga to advance the knowledge and skill development of our yoga students.
The workshops represent opportunities for certified teachers to capture continuing education skills, regular yoga practitioners to capture knowledge and skill to develop their practice, or anyone who wants to understand particular aspects of yoga at a deeper level than available in normal yoga class environments. All our Masters have extensive experience and skill, this allows us to cater for all student levels from beginner to long-term practitioners in an interactive, supportive and safe environment.
The workshop will be lead and supported by Anahata Yoga Masters with extensive skill and experience to ensure each student develops in a safe and secure environment. All activities and asanas will be presented and demonstrated in a structured and simple manner to ensure students capture a good understanding of methods and approaches. Each student will develop skills and understanding in a safe, fun and enjoyable environment which will help them to enhance their own practice.
How to use the Wheel as a prop in our asana practice.
A wheel (specifically designed for yoga practice) has been used as a yoga prop for a few years. The inventor of this round wheel mode of plastic is Master Dharma Mitra. As each teacher has unique approach to yoga practice, Master Dharma mitra introduced to this students and since then the wheel has become one of the commonly used prop in yoga practice.
Why it should not be called Wheel Yoga
The wheel is becoming increasingly popular as a yoga prop. However, it shouldn’t be used as an exclusive yoga practice sequence. Because the practitioner is limited in their ability to perform poses on their own, especially if they are able to do them without the wheel’s assistance,therefore calling a yoga sequence “wheel yoga” is not the proper understanding to yoga practice and its benefits. As well as practicing one specific sequence of poses and relying on one prop is not recommended, as it will limit one’s ability to grow.
In this workshop Master Keshav will give a detailed introduction to the benefits and limits of using wheel as a prop for basic, intermediate level variations of poses. He will also explain how it can be safely and effectively applied in our practice. When you learn how to use the wheel as a yoga prop anatomically and mindfully, you will see some amazing achievements in your yoga asana practice.
These workshops will introduce many new yoga pose variations invented by master Keshav himself.
Workshop 1: 29th July 2023 – Saturday – 2.30 – 5.00 pm
Wheel as a prop for Beginner level poses.
Workshop 2: 30th July 2023 – Sunday – 2.30 – 5.00 pm
Wheel as a prop for Intermediate level poses.
In these workshops Master Keshav will introduce how wheel can be used for various poses including back bending, hip opening and for some inversion poses according to the level.
Using props in asana practice in a specific way depends on the teacher’s skill, and students need to be open minded in order to learn from an experienced teacher who has used these props in practice and teaching for many years. You will definitely deepen your practice and interest in exploring your asana practice during this workshop.
In case you have any questions about this workshop, please feel free to talk to Master Keshav during his studio or online classes.
Studio Participation (Early Bird Deadline Date – 31 May 2023)
Studio Participation (Early Bird Deadline Date –31 May 2023)
Online Participation please refer to the workshop price below
Zoom meet link will be sent to you on the date of the workshop.
Bank Transfer Payment Mode:
To pay through bank transfer please refer to the Bank Account Details:
HSBC Account Number: 400 565 560 001,
Anahata Yoga Limited.
You can also do the transfer by FPS to this number 56148323 (Anahata Yoga Business WhatsApp account number)
Bank Transfer Payment Mode:
To pay through bank transfer please refer to the Bank Account Details: HSBC Account Number: 400 565 560 001, Anahata Yoga Limited. You can also do the transfer by FPS to this number 56148323 (Anahata Yoga Business WhatsApp account number).
AliPay / Wechat Pay QR Code Payment
HSBC Payme QR Code Payment
Past Workshops by Master Keshav
- Partner Yoga workshop with Master Keshav and Master Mahesh, Nov 2020
- Yoga to improve hip strength and mobility – Workshop by Master Keshav, Dec 2021
- Wheel – A Effective yoga prop for improving your back bending, hip and inversion pose Workshop with Master Keshav , Oct 2022
- Ashtanga Vinyasa Transitions – Workshops with Master Keshav, Feb 2023
Terms and Conditions
- Please read the class booking, cancellation and studio usage policy
- Once the payment is made, this purchase cannot be refunded, cancelled, transferred or shared.
- The single workshop participation dates once confirmed cannot be changed.
- The studio reserves the right to conduct classes online in the event of unforeseen circumstances that prevent us from conducting physical classes at the studio including but not limited to social unrest, natural disasters, government directives or any other events that render the studio unsuitable for the classes to be conducted at the studio.
- The company reserves the right to change the dates of the workshop without prior notice.
- In case of dispute, the decision of Anahata Yoga Limited is final.