Anatomy of the Foot & Ankle in application to Yoga

Anatomy of the Spine in Application to Yoga

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CEU Points awarded: 2 General, Level 1

 Join Physiotherapist Lindsay Harris and Yoga teacher & teacher trainer Theresa Moodie as they collaborate to revise, discuss and apply Yoga specific movement patterns in this Anatomy workshop. 

Who is this Anatomy workshop relevant for? 

Any current yoga teachers, yoga therapists and/or teacher trainers. 

Ideal for cross modalities such as Pilates instructors, Bio-kineticists, personal trainers who incorporate Yoga applications in their teaching. 

Please note there are theoretical and practical components so please have a yoga mat, strap and block handy. 

Lindsay will recap and guide you through the anatomy of the spine, section by section. Theresa and Lindsay together will demonstrate some additional yoga poses with practical examples relevant when teaching moving mechanics of the spine during Yoga. 

Attached you will find downloadable PDFs of additional questions and images for you to explore (please print these out or save to your tablet for reference). 

Yoga creates some of the most interesting and challenging shape changes to the spine. From strong backbends such as full wheel to standing poses like dancers pose. 

If you are currently teaching Yoga or any other movement modality and would like to better understand these essential biomechanics in the interest of injury prevention this module is most definitely for you. 

Lindsay and Theresa look forward to sharing the journey of continued anatomy learning with you! 

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Barbara Ring
Posted 6 months ago

Loved this course! It will improve my yoga classes - Theresa difficult to hear at times

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Linda Lee
Posted 1 year ago
Good content and presented well

I enjoyed the content. I felt the slides easy to read and understand.

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Trish Lang
Posted 2 years ago
Very practical

As a physiotherapist, I enjoyed doing the yoga poses, then pause the video, then repeat the poses, etc.

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