Most people are curious about chaturanga and about doing it with good alignment. I think this asana is particularly important to get right, as improper form over time can lead to unnecessary wear and tear; but this is also the perfect opportunity to build strength in key areas of the body that lead to better posture, and well...better arm balances. Being able to do the perfect chaturanga or arm balance might not lead you to enlightenment any faster, but taking advantage of all the chaturangas (i.e. not just plopping down onto the floor) in your classes will help to build strength that will open up other asanas for you. We'll break down chaturanga as a group and with individual attention, have a short practice, and end with a beginner's look at a few different chaturanga-like arm balances. We'll spend time breaking them down and seeing how you can modify them for your particular body. It will be a workshop of exploration and play, aimed toward beginners, but to those more advance who are curious about taking a beginners' look, it will be as strong as you make it.