Tapping Into Your
12 hours Techniques/Electives
June 6-8, 2008
7-9 p.m., Saturday: 8 a.m.-6 p.m., Sunday: 9-10:30 a.m.
for the weekend
if pre-registered by May 6, 2008)
Workshop explores basic strength training principles
that allow yoga practitioners to pursue physical strength from the
petition for CEC’s with American Council on Exercise for this
course. Provide a print out of Lisa’s credentials, the hour by
hour outline found in course materials and your certificate.
Questions regarding ACE CEC’s contact ACE Profession Services at
800-825-3636 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Learn basic principles of strength training:
overload, leverage, and use of props (including body bars, girty balls,
hand weights and resist-a-balls.)
- Apply structural integrated strength
training techniques to yoga asanas (postures).
- Practice relaxation and pranayama (yogic
- Build a routine targeting a specific set of
muscles that need strengthing.
- Experience a Yoga & Strength flow of
postures in motion.
Lisa McQuade, E-RYT-500,
is a certified
Kripalu Yoga teacher with a masters degree in Sport Psychology and is
an ACE certified Personal Trainer. She has been
active in training her mind, body & spirit since she started
training Shotokan Karate in 1981, at the age of 18. She has obtained
the rank of Nidan (second degree black belt). Lisa has been
Faculty at Coastal Georgia Community College since 2000, in the
Physical Education Department. She developed and now teaches courses in
Martial Arts and Yoga there. She is also the Recreational Fitness
Coordinator at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Glynco,
Georgia. While at FLETC she feels she touches far corners on our
world. Academy students, staff and instructors leave class as
peaceful warriors. Lisa likes helping people get strong
mentally and spiritually through any kind of movement. Her Yoga
classes reflect her compassion for the human spirit and the desire
keeps the fun in our existence.