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Online Course | Realigning Yoga | New Directions in Yoga Anatomy and Movement Research
June 22 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
This online program features 9 leading experts in the field of yoga exploring exploring the newest developments in anatomy, biomechanics, movement and stretching. Each class includes 3 concise and in depth talks on topics such as:
Rethinking the Effects of Stretching
with Jules Mitchell
The latest scientific research on the merits and misconceptions of stretching.
Motor Learning: Principles and Strategies
with Sarah Court
Make sure your students are really learning, not just relying on your cues week after week, by taking advantage of proven motor learning tools and strategies.
Chronic Pain: Yoga, Research & Strategies
with Neil Pearson
The latest in pain research and strategies to work with people in chronic pain.
Building Blocks of Movement
with Diane Bruni
Creating healthy coordinations through essential developmental movements.
Sacroiliac Joint Anatomy & Biomechanics
with Harvey Deutch
How to apply knowledge about the sacroiliac joint to your yoga practice.
Yoga and Rolfing: Why the Body Cares More About Safety than Posture
with Maria Cristina Jimenez
Rolfing can help us experience not only age-old patterns, but also shifts in identity through slow, mindful myofascial release bringing freedom and naturalness in movement.
Break It Down: Regress to Progress
with Trina Altman
Biomechanical exercise principles to apply that allow you to regress or progress ANY exercise, pose or human movement.
Structural Anomalies of the Hip Joint
with Laurel Beversdorf
Analyzing the hip joint in the context of “correct” and “incorrect” alignment.
The Hidden Psychology and Politics of Postural Ideals
with Matthew Remski
A tour through the somatic meanings and origins of alignment, symmetry, and “openness” in modern yoga culture, from 1930s Mysore to the present day.