Shoulders and Hips
with Sean Haleen
Saturday & Sunday, Nov 7th and 8th
Your Shoulders and You (Saturday)
Find clarity about your shoulders! Learn how
to strengthen them, release them, and use them to enliven your yoga
practice. This workshop will be informative and fun. We will examine how
the shoulder girdle works in a variety of poses including a foray into
some inversions and backbends. All levels welcome from beginner to
Your Hips and You (Sunday)
Tight hips is
something a lot of us can relate to. However, we're increasingly seeing
hips can be overstretched in people who practice yoga a lot. How do you
keep your hips strong and healthy but release tightness as well? This
workshop will help answer that for you and will include a fun, full
spectrum class that is appropriate and helpful for both beginners and
Cost: $30 per workshop (or $50 for both)
Sean Haleen (500-ERYT) is a celebrated Hatha yoga teacher and
practitioner. Sean has practiced and studied yoga asana and philosophy
since he was just a child. He began teaching in 2007 and since then has
taught over 10,000 hours of trainings, workshops, and classes. Sean, now
residing in San Francisco, is associate teacher training director of
Yoga Tree’s teacher training program and has taught in their 200 and
500HR trainings since 2012.
Sean’s classes are noted for their humor, depth, and precision.
Focusing on alignment, students wishing to learn about their bodies and
the different concepts of yoga philosophy in detail will enjoy his
public classes, workshops, and trainings.
Sean has taught yoga to a variety of people including high schoolers,
homeless groups, recovering drug addicts, and queer youth. He deeply
enjoys using his teaching for good causes and has taught at numerous
benefits and fundraisers.
Sean’s teachers have deeply influenced not only his yoga instructing
but also his life. He offers deep gratitude with each class to his main
teachers, Katchie Ananda, Jack Kornfield, Christine Price Clark, Kenny
Graham, Brent Kuecker, Desiree Rumbaugh, Paige Faraci, and most recently
Iyengar teacher Brian Hogencamp and San Francisco legend, Betty Roi.
To learn more, click Here to visit his website