with Scott Farber, Ph.D.
Karuna Claudia Saucy, M.Ed.
Friday Evening, 5:30-8:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday, 8:00
At the Hampton Inn Beach Resort in
This is a
required course in the
500-hour Master Yoga Teacher
You do not have to be a yoga
teacher to take this course.
teach yoga in a safe and
accessible way for every
body. Transform your own
personal practice and improve your
ability to “read” your students'
practice as you learn how to
integrate the knowledge of
anatomy, physiology and
kinesiology into yoga asanas,
pranayama and meditation. Learning the
science of anatomy has the
capacity to deepen your experience
of each posture--discovering the
most optimal stretch or engagement
for your body.
Moreover, understanding how
the principles of alignment apply
to each person's unique anatomical
structure enables you to offer
your students appropriate
modifications and variations
rather than forcing the body to
fit into a preconceived shape. Common
stresses and injuries for
each part of the body will
be explored. The goal is to
maximize the healing and
strengthening that is
possible from the practice
This is an
experiential course where we will
explore the major bones, muscles
and joints and how they relate to
yoga practice. The important role
of fascia and connective tissue
will also be included. Through
exercises, and practice of
specific asanas, you will learn
the location of the key anatomical
regions and functions of the body.
focus will be on the principles
and understanding of our physical
anatomy, including biomechanics,
the subtle anatomy of the energy
body will also be addressed.
SCIENCE OF YOGA
Understanding the Anatomy and
Physiology to Perfect Your Practice
by Ann Swanson
if paid in full one month
before the start date)
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All refunds will be charged a 10%
There are no refunds after the
however, you may apply the tuition
to another training.