February 1-3 and 8-10, 2019
Therapeutics, Restorative, and Anatomy
Faculty: Kari Harendorf and Sarah Halweil
Details: 50-Hour Advanced Training Module YS304 (Accruable to 300 Hrs)
About This Program
The therapeutic applications of yoga are being more deeply appreciated by the medical community every day. This course will explore the western anatomical and physiological mapping of the body as a platform from which to build our understanding of the therapeutic and restorative applications of yoga. We’ll explore the qualities, actions and interactions of the skeletal, muscular, circulatory, respiratory and nervous systems. This will allow us to create sequences that foster a renewal of natural health and balance in body and mind, and explore how sequencing and internal alignment generate specific therapeutic effects that will benefit you and your classes.
Dates & Session Times
First Weekend taught by Kari Harendorf and Sarah Halweil
Friday, February 1st, 2019: Meeting times TBA
Saturday, February 2nd: Meeting times TBA
Sunday, February 3rd: Meeting times TBA
Second weekend taught by Kari Harendorf and Sarah Halweil
Friday, February 8th, 2019: Meeting times TBA
Saturday, February 9th: Meeting times TBA
Sunday, February 10th: Meeting times TBA
Teachers are subject to change.
Though not required, this advanced level teacher training is designed for students who have already completed a 200-hour program. Serious practitioners looking to continue their personal studies in yoga are also welcome to enroll.
The cost for this individual training module is $1150. This 50-hour advanced training module accrues towards our 300-Hour Advanced Yoga Teacher Training. Students can enroll in the full 300-hour training or choose to complete any of the five modules on a non-matriculated basis.