Embryology: Embodying the Origins of Asana
with Amy Matthews

August 18-22, 2014

Spend a week diving into your earliest fluid movements and cellular experiences in this 5-day workshop on embryology. This immersion will involve discussion, movement, and time to sense, embody and observe – any level of movement ability is welcome, and no previous experience is necessary.

Anatomy & Breath Clinic
with Leslie Kaminoff

FREE Clinic!
Wednesdays, 4:15pm - 6:00pm

The Anatomy & Breath Clinic offers a rare glimpse into a private therapeutic yoga session, with Leslie modeling the dynamics of a non-standardized, adaptable, breath-centered approach to yoga. Each week will feature different invited clients with specific anatomical concerns. The clinic is FREE for guests and observers.

Embodied Anatomy & Kinesiology: Muscles
with Amy Matthews

Three trimesters: Sep 2013-Jun 2014

Fridays, 1:00pm - 3:30pm

Register nowThis course focuses on muscles and how they create movement in our body. We will travel through the body exploring muscles in specific relationship to each joint, and in global layers and patterns.

Somatic Synthesis Workshops: Layers & Patterns
with Amy Matthews

2014: A Series of 10 Weekend Workshops

Register nowThese workshops are opportunities to explore advanced concepts in anatomy, kinesiology, physiology and embryology. We will pay particular attention to the development of embodied teaching skills, and explore the question of what it is to transmit information with skill. Sign up for the whole series or a single workshop.

Yoga Anatomy: Principles
with Leslie Kaminoff

Three trimesters: Oct 2013-Jun 2014

Wednesdays, 2:00pm - 4:00pm

Register nowUsing a combination of lecture and demonstration, this course provides practical grounding in the anatomy of yoga practice, with a particular emphasis on the relationship between breathing and healthy spinal function.

with Amy Matthews and Nisha Kewalramani

Fridays, 11:00am - 12:00pm

In their first years of life, babies learn to negotiate gravity and locomote by rolling over, sitting up, crawling and eventually walking. These sessions are an opportunity to explore the reflexes, movement patterns and pathways for sensory and motor development that are the building blocks for successful movement patterns to develop.