We will continue our study of Annamaya Kosha, our physical body, by turning to the upper spine, shoulders, and wrists. We will explore how understanding their structure and function influence our practice. While this builds on what was discussed in part 1, it can also serve as a stand alone session. Ideal for yoga teachers and anyone interested in anatomy.
- Learn basic anatomy of the neck, shoulders and wrists
- Learn how to apply anatomical principals in your classes for the benefit of your students
- Understand common medical conditions that can affect the neck, shoulders and wrists and learn practices that can improve and protect them
Beth has been practicing yoga regularly since 2008. She completed her 200 (2014) and 500 hour (2017) teacher training through Uttara and is registered with Yoga Alliance. She obtained her medical degree from University of Virginia in 1995 and has been practicing in Family Medicine since completing her residency in 1999. She also is a Certified Lifestyle Medicine Practitioner through the American Board of Lifestyle Medicine, and has a Certificate in Plant Based Nutrition from the T. Colin Campbell Institute at Cornell University. In addition to teaching studio classes, she has done workshops on yoga and lifestyle medicine at state and national Family Medicine conferences.
This workshop is eligible for YACEC/Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Credits.
Yoga Anatomy Part 1 on Sunday, February 9, 2020, 11:00am – 5:00pm &
Yoga Anatomy Part 2 on Saturday, March 14, 2020, 11:00am – 5:00pm with 1/2 hour lunch on both days
1 day option – $100 by March 9; after $125.00