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Mark Das

Mark is an international yoga teacher who loves balancing on his hands. The central pillar of his unconventional teaching style emphasises unlocking new movement patterns. Mark encourages his students to be proactive, think critically, and ask questions. He is happiest seeing his students thrive and prefers teaching in a setting that allows for personal attention.

Mark Das will be running a Weekend Course in Bali on The Art of Balance and breaking down the components necessary for greater development April, 13 – 14 2019. This course will be a mix of theory and practice and will be focused on offering different perspectives towards helping learn acrobatic skills as an adult.

Super Early Bird (now- 28 Jan 2019)

IDR 4,500,000

Early Bird (29 Jan'19 - 11 Mar'19)


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This workshop series explores movement in ways uncommon to most yoga classes. It is designed to deepen your understanding of arm balances and handstands. You will learn both how and why we execute techniques in a certain way. Besides balancing on your hands, you will learn about human anatomy and biomechanics.

The Handstand Trinity
Get ready to experience a new relationship to gravity. Discover how to get into a handstand accurately, stay in it confidently, and get out
safely. Explore exercises for injury prevention, learn how to develop strength, build trust, and make friends with your inner monkey.

Arm Balance Ancestry
Embrace a systematic approach to unlock a wide range of arm balances. Learn about the foundational components and explore arm
balances from a movement perspective. Gain an understanding of how each arm balance naturally progresses into the next.

The Movement Matrix
Expect to unlock a new range of movement patterns. With a focus on animal locomotion, you will utilise your body as an integrated system.
Explore non-linear movement patterns and learn how to efficiently transition between different inversions.

The Handstand Revolution
Experience the sense of freedom unique to hand balancing. Learn a variety of handstand entries, holds, and head positions.
Develop the ability to continuously evolve your practice. To join, it is recommended that you are able to kick up into a handstand against the wall.