Want a handstand press (straddle, pike, side, or split)? This workshop will cover the theory and practice needed to progress over time and gain a press handstand. Participants will be given tools needed to approach their challenge to press handstands on their own, whether the limitation is compression, flexibility, or strength.
No matter your skill level participants will given the tools and programming to overcome barriers to their unlocking their press handstand.
Full body weight bearing on hands, no wrist/elbow/shoulder/spinal injuries. Endurance of a 1 minute in plank or handstand.
Saturday, March 18th 11:30AM
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Aaron Kozloff started teaching parkour in 2010 in small-town Ohio, and hasn’t stopped teaching movement and circus since. He has since taught circus (aerial straps, partner acrobatics, handstands, and Chinese pole) and parkour in after-school programs and adult workshops on both coasts, in circus and movement training centers such as SF’s Circus Center, Acrosports, Kinetic Arts Center, Athletic Playground, SF Pole and Dance, and out of a private studios. Aaron has trained with Jonathan Fortin of Montreal, Juan Luis Gonzalez, and Dominik “the Swiss” Weiss. He uses his background in neuroscience, exercise psychology, and anatomy in his work as a coach, personal trainer, and circus instructor.