The AnatomyShow Online Yoga Anatomy Course. Make your training mobile with world class education.
Keep your yoga teacher trainings open and accessible at any time with the AnatomyShow online Yoga & Movement Anatomy Module. This course contains over 100 instructional videos in nine chapters, each video with downloadable course material and test quizzes.
Why Your School Needs This Course
In recent years, our understanding of the dynamic, moving body has undergone a revolution, changing the way we understand movement.
Today’s approach to movement is fundamentally functional and based on how fascia integrates the body.
For the most part, however, yoga education has not kept up with this shift, leaving a significant gap in the industry. This Yoga Anatomy Course fills that gap.
This course contains:
- 20 hours of yoga anatomy and physiology in
- over 100 specifically designed instructional videos,
- over 100 downloadable PDF texts, and
- quizzes to test comprehension
In this online course students will learn about:
- Fascia in the moving body
- Movement of muscles and joints
- Feet: arches and engagements
- Knee and thigh
- Hips and pelvis mobility
- Support and movement of the Spine
- Shoulder stability and mobility
- Wrist and elbow
- Breath and breathing
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The Online Yoga Anatomy Course for dynamic trainings
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Because the body is not separate pieces - fascia unites all elements and systems.
Because anatomy knowledge has to explain and enhance movement.
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Chris and the AnatomyShow
Yoga instructors need to have the skills and understanding to teach movements and poses safely. Yoga Alliance has recognized this need by recently increasing the required number of Anatomy & Physiology hours to 30 hours for 200-hour YTTs. Twenty of these hours can be online.
Over the past 20 years, Chris has created and delivered specialized yoga anatomy courses for well over 100 YTTs of different yoga styles. He draws on his extensive experience in identifying movement and postural patterns from his naturopathic background as a specialist in postural alignment and injury rehabilitation. In order to ensure that his material is always current, he is constantly furthering his own knowledge by keeping up-to-date with the latest research, collaborating with other leaders in the field, and participating in workshops and conferences. All of his work is based on the principles of fascia connectivity.
Chris’ broad, longstanding personal yoga practice and experience give him the ability to understand the unique requirements of individual schools and students.
Chris’ is uniquely positioned to teach yoga anatomy by exploring movement functions and processes as an active health practice.
Chris’ strength is making complex anatomical concepts simple and relevant. He is also able to deliver those concepts in a lively style so that students immediately feel and apply the knowledge.
He has taught in English and German with small and large groups around the world. He also has experience teaching with the assistance of interpreters.
An online environment for yoga teacher trainings requires an engaging and easy to follow teacher. The online Yoga Anatomy Course delivers current knowledge with decades of teaching experience to your students.
Include fascia based anatomy and functional knowledge into your training to transform your student’s yoga practice and teaching abilities!
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Include the fascia-based yoga anatomy course to your curriculum to give your students the best training experience possible. Add the fun and functional;knowledge of the AnatomyShow to your yoga teacher training.