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The Therapeutic Benefits of
for Yoga Teachers & Practitioners

with Lori Nadle & Marion Robinson

June 23-25, 2017
Friday Evening 7-9pm
Saturday & Sunday 9am-5pm

20 CEUs

Join Lori Nadle and Marion Robinson in a teacher training workshop designed to explore Yoga asana, pranayama and meditative practices which restore balance to populations experiencing inflammation in the joints (arthritis). Arthritis may arise as a result of trauma, bacterial and viral infections and/or the process of aging. This workshop will address the basic anatomical and physiological changes that are prime indicators of the issues and the yoga techniques which offer therapeutic benefit for the general health and well-being of the Arthritis population. The workshop is geared towards Yoga teachers who have completed or are in the process of completing a minimum 200-hour training, as well as students who would like to deepen their Yoga practice.

The workshop includes three Master Classes taught by Lori and assisted by Marion, each with the therapeutic essentials to target arthritis. Each class will address beneficial techniques for mobilizing and strengthening the joints within three very different protocols. The Workshop will give participants the opportunity to use the basic underlying therapeutic premise of each pose to create other viable versions with modifications suited to differing levels of students.

Early-Bird Discount: $240, paid in full by May 23, 2017.
Includes mandatory participation in the three master classes, theory (including anatomy & physiology) and practicum.
Manual provided.


CANCELLATION POLICY: All refunds will be charged a 10% cancellation fee. If you drop out of the workshop after the start date, there will be no refund.

Master Class Schedule
Open to everyone!

Friday, 7-9pm

a sequence of poses with the use of props to support the body.
Gentle back-bends, twists and forward folds, are held for longer
periods of time, allowing muscle groups to relax, to restore
the breath, and to align and quiet the mind.

Saturday, 9-11am
with poses done in the Iyengar tradition
aimed at improving range of motion in arthritic joints.


Sunday, 9-11am

translates the prior classes to the chair.
In this format, the chair is used both as support in standing and
seated poses, and as a tool to explore detailed aspects of each pose.

Single class drop-in: $30
Three-class package: $75

All three classes are mandatory for workshop participants
and are included in the workshop tuition.


Lori Nadle, C-IAYT, YACEP, RPYT, E-RYT500C, is an International Association of Yoga Therapists, IAYT-Accredited Yoga Therapist, with E-RYT 500-hour and Prenatal Yoga teacher certifications. She has been teaching the Iyengar method of yoga for over 15 years, and has completed further training in Yoga Therapy for Children with Autism and Connected Warrior Training in Adaptive Yoga for Disabled Veterans. Lori has remained an engaged member of the Trauma Sensitive Yoga community, worked as an Administrative Nationwide Liaison for Connected Warrior teachers as early as 2012 and more recently, as a consultant for development of the Yoga Therapy Protocol in a grant funded research Project out of Nova University, to assess the impact of yoga for veterans with PTSD. She continues to work in Adaptive Yoga for the Trauma Sensitive along with Parkinson’s and other Neuromuscular Diseases as the Assistant to the Clinical Director at AUM Home Shala Yoga School in Florida where she is responsible for supervision, development and implementation of the clinical aspects of Yoga Therapy, accredited by the IAYT.  She lives with her family and two DOGS in Hollywood, Florida.

Marion Robinson, C-IAYT, E-RYT500, is an International Association of Yoga Therapists, IAYT-Accredited Yoga Therapist, with an E-RYT 500-hour Certification from Discovery Yoga. Marion also holds certifications in Partner Yoga, Prenatal Yoga and Thai Yoga Massage, Level 1 & 2 and is a Certified Reiki Practitioner. Over the last 15 years, Marion has blended her Pilates Education at Polestar and Stotts, with her comprehensive background in Yoga to offer her students an in depth understanding of movement within their body’s own wisdom. She received her License to teach Pilates for Buff Bones® from Rebekah Rotstein in 2014 and continues to keep Therapeutic work for Osteoporosis clients as a focus in both her Yoga and Pilates classes. Marion has a great love for the creatures of this earth, with a special affinity for the CATS! Marion currently lives in Miami, Florida.

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