Continuing Education for Yoga Teachers
According to the World Health Organization, musculoskeletal conditions are the second largest contributor to disability worldwide, and account for the greatest proportion of persistent pain conditions.
Whether you like it or not, a big reason the majority of people try yoga is to feel better in their body. As a teacher of movement, it is time to get properly educated about how the body functions as a whole, and be able to communicate that clearly to your students. It's time to move beyond cookie cutter alignment and learn to see the individual bodies in front of you to help them create a more sustainable practice.
I look at the body through several different lenses by incorporating functional movement, anatomy, biomechanics, and plenty of self discovery to sense the body as a whole unit. Hands on learning takes center stage, as you navigate your biology in new and purposeful ways. My trainings are easy to digest, interactive, encourage creativity, and spark curiosity. And are a hell of a good time, too!