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Crow Like a Pro with Sean


Starstreet Precinct

Sunday, 28 January 2024

About this workshop

Hold it, twist it, float into (and out of) it.

To the untrained eye, a crow is a crow. However, there is so much more to this arm balance than you might think.

The mother of all arm balances, the crow pose, establishes an understanding of the mechanics of weight distribution and the centre of gravity. This is essential if you wish to progress to other arm balances.

In this workshop, you will discover the nuances and subtle changes that will transform your arm balances from good to great — using the crow pose as your base for learning.

Students will build competence and confidence in the below poses/transitions:
Side Crow
One-Legged Crow (Versions 1 and 2) and Crow to Chaturanga
Downward Dog to Crow

Suitable for students with some yoga experience looking to improve their arm balancing practice. Not recommended for those with wrist or shoulder injuries.



Sunday, 28 January



Special Offer
HK$960 (Ends 31 December)
Regular Price

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1. Special Offer: Applications to be sent on or before 31 December 2023.
2. Regular Price: Applications to be sent starting 1 January 2024.

1. No refund or credit will be given for cancellations starting 1 January 2024.
2. Valid refunds are subject to a 10% processing fee that will be deducted from your refund.
3. All applications for a refund (medical & emergency reasons) must be made within 3 days after the event finishes.

Special Offer from nood food
1. 10% off all nood food items or $5 off for all nood cold-pressed juices for all yoga event registrants on dates of the workshop.

Special Offer from KURIOS
1. 10% off all KURIOS regular-priced products for all yoga event registrants on dates of the workshop.

To register, please contact any PURE Yoga studio or see reception.

Sean Robinson
Originally advised to try yoga in 2014 to manage stress and heal from BMX-related injuries, Sean found a sense of stillness and challenge that resonated with him. He's been teaching in India, Sri Lanka, and Hong Kong, with a focus on Ashtanga and Rocket Yoga. Drawing on his background as a Speech and Language Pathologist, Sean emphasises effective communication in his classes, deconstructing complex poses and empowering students to advance their practice through understanding the rationale behind techniques and poses.