I'm very happy to present the Anatomy Show again at the Downward Dog training. Ron, Marla and the team understand the value of good education, including thorough knowledge of Anatomy. The Yoga Anatomy Show at Downward Dog offers one of the highest number of hours on a training to learn about the body and it's functions in movements and postures.Learn More About This Course
April 28, 2019 3 - 5pm
at Downward Dog Yoga Centre
I'm excited to share, I'll be offering a training in Hong Kong again in May.
Along with the Yoga Teacher Training for Cecilia Yoga, I'll be offering two day-long workshops.
The topics are:
The Deeper Elements of Yoga Asana - Moving Towards the Therapeutic Elements of Yoga
Breath, Health, and the Nervous System - How to Beat Stress with an Efficient Yoga Practice
Find out more details by following this link.
To watch the event video click here.
Join me at OsloYoga for the Anatomy section of their comprehensive and in-depth yoga teacher training. Not enrolled in the course? No worries, on the 22nd I'm holding a workshop on bandhas, and activation of muscles and connective tissues for posture stabilization.
Get all the info at www.osloyoga.noI Want To Go!
Praktische Anatomie: Faszien und Bandhas in Asana
Integrierte Schulterdynamik für Yoga Asana
Stay tuned for updates on location and how to book.
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