Wednesdays, 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Join Leslie Kaminoff as he teaches hands-on techniques developed over more than 34 years working with groups and individuals.
Through demonstrations, supervised partner exchanges and group practice of asana and breath, you can explore them too.
Some explorations will be:
- Verbal cuing of breath-centered alignment adjustments;
- Administering safe, hands-on adjustments;
- Manual techniques of breath release;
- Principles behind effective practice modification and sequencing;
- Shifting teaching language from form-oriented to function-oriented foundation.
Each Wednesday evening session is available individually and is open to any experienced yoga, movement or clinical professional with a desire to deepen their practice and expand their skill set.
There is no need to pre-register; drop-ins are welcome. Please arrive 15 minutes before class. Check the schedule for cancellations.
Quite simply put, Leslie’s a true yogi-genius, and a pioneer in his field. He gets right down to the core concepts you absolutely must know to be a truly effective teacher or student of mind/body movement. Leslie couples his immense knowledge with a refreshing ability to translate complex information into real-world terms and give us instantly applicable tools that make the world of anatomy, yoga and breath something we can deeply experience and understand.
I count him as one of my most formative teachers, and each time I leave his classroom, my worldview (and body!) has been shifted in the most powerful ways. Run, don’t walk, to his next session!
—Sadie Nardini, founder of Core Strength Vinyasa Yoga
I have known Leslie for 30 years and personally witnessed his ascendance in the Yoga and Health community. Like the late Nathan Pritikin he is a self taught genius and his courses on anatomy and breathing are always the first to fill in academic settings.
Over the last 5 years he has consistently received the highest evaluations possible from the majority of the students in our Yoga Therapy Rx program at Loyola Marymount University. I highly recommend his new internet course for students and teachers alike.
—Larry Payne Ph.D., Co-Founder, International Association of Yoga Therapists