The study of anatomy as a yoga practitioner is meant to inform you of the basics of your body’s systems so you can apply the information in your teaching and in your own practice effectively. The point is not information for the sake of information, but rather gaining enough knowledge to empower your teaching and grow your yoga offering. We will explore anatomy through the lens of the everyday aches, injuries, and misalignments, learning the biomechanics to address common issues that will show up in your yoga classroom. Tina‘s fun, interactive and a multi-layered process of teaching anatomy will allow you to embody what you learn and create a deeper, inner-knowing of the mechanics of your body and how yoga benefits it all. The credits for this weekend immersion qualify for 15 Hours CEU with the Yoga Alliance.
Saturday + Sunday 12:30-6:30 PM
Tina’s success comes from her ability to seize every moment as a chance to connect.She’s able to quickly determine the needs of an individual or room and immediately communicate opportunities to grow.
She combines her ongoing research and trainings as a massage therapist of how the principles of body dynamics and anatomic awareness affects yoga and teaching yoga, to help her clients and students to excel in their practice and improve their health.
Tina’s experience working with physicians adds to her already unique approach to teacher training. Her comprehensive knowledge of physiology and anatomy has her consulting with physicians on how to optimize the care of their clients when weaving yoga or massage into their recovery plan. Her continuous follow-up with physicians to check on the success of her recommendations, allows her to validate, modify and develop techniques to extend and better her teaching and practice. All of her ongoing experience directly impacts her teacher training and students of yoga anatomy curriculum.