Hatha Yoga Teacher Training Accreditation Program Module 2: Yoga Anatomy
This module consists of a total of 3 weekends and a total of 28 hours. This module is open to students of all levels, and is a required module for our Hatha Yoga Teacher Training Accreditation Program. The courses within this Module are open to students of all levels. Students not desiring a Teacher Certificate, but wishing to take individual weekends in order to deepen their relationship with each subject are welcome to register.
MOD2AA Yoga Anatomy: The Anatomy of Asana
This 20 hour Anatomy Intensive Weekend will teach students the primary muscles utilized in asana practice, including their actions, movements, origin and insertions, muscle antagonists and synergists, joint types and actions, and myofascial trains. Students will explore the primary superficial muscles on themselves and study partners via anatomical landmark, tissue qualities, muscle movement, and intuitive sensory training. Key anatomical principles of asana practice universal to all styles of modern practice will be taught, including universal alignment, mindfulness, and the application of this knowledge to the Eastern 8 limb system. Students will explore the types of stretching and neuroscience of flexibility including the role of spinal reflex arcs to support flexibility as well as preventing muscular trauma due to overstretching and hypermobility.
Single course investment: $399
2017 Program Dates: TBD (Friday 6-8 pm, Saturday 12:30 - 5:30pm, Sunday 12:30 - 5:30 pm) 2 weekends
MOD2AS Yoga Anatomy: The Subtle Body
In this 8 hour Anatomy Intensive Weekend students will learn about nadis, marmas, chakras and the application of the subtle body in asana and yogic meditation. The chakras and the mind (manas) are taught throughout. This module dedicates time to explore the internal experiential practices than are typically omitted in most YTT programs.
Single course investment: $149
2017 Program Dates: TBD (Friday 6-8 pm, Saturday 12:30 - 6:30pm)