Room: Studio B
In this 3 part Functional Anatomy workshop series, students will have the opportunity to study body mechanics and how our bones, muscles and ligaments interact as it relates to yoga postures. Students will also learn how to work with muscular imbalances, joint dysfunction, pain and injury. This in-depth training will educate students on how to prevent and heal their own injuries through yoga and give teachers the tools to create safe, purposeful and cohesive vinyasa sequences.
Functional Anatomy Module 2: Building Integrity from Within - Core + Spine
Friday, Nov 16th, 2018 • 5:30pm-9pm
Saturday, Nov 17th, 2018 • 7am-4pm
Sunday, Nov 18th, 2018 • 7am-4pm
$225 for 1 weekend (3 days)
EHY - 2122 S. Broadway, Boise
In this module, students will explore structural and functional anatomy of the lower lumbar and thoracic spine and revisit anatomy covered in M1, particularly the anatomy of the pelvis as it relates to the spine. Students will also explore the anatomy of the diaphragm and core, and come to understand the inherent vulnerabilities of the core and spine. Students will practice teaching and adjusting in small groups to continue to refine efficacy and delivery of cueing and become skillful with hands-on assists.