- Year-long focused study
- Core of our Advanced Studies curriculum and foundation of Yoga Educator (EdY) Program
- Each course can be taken separately
- Contact us about single trimesters, workshops or visiting our anatomy classes
Interested in studying anatomy with Amy or Leslie? In the 2014/15 academic year, Leslie is teaching Practices, his companion course to Anatomy of Breath-Centered Yoga: Principles (formerly known as Yoga Anatomy), while Amy’s Embodied Anatomy & Kinesiology course focuses on Bones & Ligaments. Both courses are full for the fall trimester. We have limited availability for single class attendance, and your first class is free! Email us at email@example.com for more information and to schedule a visit.
Interested in cultivating embodied teaching skills while diving deeply into selected topics with Amy? Registration is open for the 2015 cycle of Practices in Embodied Teaching workshops, Systems & Fundamentals.
Two one-year, three-trimester courses that provide practical grounding in essentials of yoga practice anatomy, emphasizing relationship between breathing and healthy spinal function.
Anatomy of Breath-Centered Yoga:
Three trimesters: Oct 2013-Jun 2014
Wednesdays, 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Two one-year, three-trimester courses, each of which travels through the body addressing structure and movement from an experiential perspective, involving discussion and movement. Using principles from Body-Mind Centering, Laban Movement Analysis and the Bartenieff Fundamentals, PNF and various yoga practices, we will discuss principles of alignment and therapeutic applications.
Embodied Anatomy & Kinesiology:
Three trimesters: Sep 2013-Jun 2014
Fridays, 1:00pm - 3:30pm
Two Year-long Series of 10 Weekend Workshops
Practices in Embodied Teaching is made up of two year-long series of 10 weekend workshops. These workshops provide opportunities to explore advanced concepts in anatomy, kinesiology, physiology and embryology.
We pay particular attention to the development of embodied teaching skills and explore what it “is” to transmit information with skill. Students are challenged to use these explorations to develop principles of skillful teaching and put them into practice.