Patrick Beach – Arm balances & head balances
This plan will teach you how to go upside down and play in arm balances and head balances. It covers not only the practice for each pose, but the theory behind each pose. You’ll develop the concepts, the strength, the confidence, as well as the mental capacity to hold these postures and feel where you are in space.
This plan will give you all the tools for you to master various arm balances and head balances including headstand, tripod headstand, forearm balances, and finally supreme arm variations for headstands and forearm balances. We’ll also go through various ways to enter and exit each pose including hopping into the pose, piking, as well as one and two foot variations.
The videos have everything you need to learn these poses, and consist of three parts:
1) Strength Warm Up: to warm the right muscle groups for that particular pose and prepare your body to enter that pose with strength and grace.
2) Posture Theory: to help you understand how the pose should feel when you enter it, and give you cues to help you understand how the position should feel.
3) Practice: We’ll practice the head balance or arm balance together!
While inversions are tough, I’ve designed this plan to be accessible no matter where you are in your practice. With these videos you can, regardless of your prior experience, develop the strength and the body awareness to enter and exit into arm balances and head balances safely and with grace. I hope you enjoy this plan as much as I enjoyed making it!
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