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I hope you’ll join us for the upcoming online Restorative Yoga Series: Making Rest Practices Accessible, an 8-part program that will explore the obstacles to making yoga’s rest practices truly accessible for everyone.
April 12- May 5, 2023
Alongside these phenomenal teachers...
Tamika Caston-Miller @diva_transcending
Tejal Patel @tejalyoga
Shannon Kaneshige @fringeish
Indu Arora @induaroraofficial
Shawn J. Moore @shawnj_moore
Marlysa Sullivan @marlysayoga
Jivana Heyman @jivanaheyman
I’ll be sharing Therapeutic Yoga for Injury & Illness.
Find new ways to support individuals in a healing process through creative propping and heart centered approaches to the deeply nourishing practice of Restorative Yoga.
Take a deep dive with us and connect to the gifts of restorative yoga for yourself and your community!
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Anatomy and physiology can be complicated subjects to grasp, especially for aspiring teachers who don’t have a medical background.
Luckily, our upcoming 200-hour teacher training features the DREAM TEAM — Jesal Parikh @yogawalla & Arturo Peal @arturosurfs, who will each teach half of our Anatomy & Physiology module.
Jesal, co-host of the @yogaisdeadpodcast, has an incredible array of knowledge about the body, movement science, and yoga. She’ll emphasize usable and effective information to help bolster your knowledge as an educator. Plus, importantly, she’ll bring a critical eye to the science behind our understanding of the human body and explore the impacts of racism and cultural appropriation in understanding our bodies.
You’ll love Arturo’s practical and brilliant way of sharing information that can be dense or overwhelming. Plus, he’ll enhance his lessons using experiential models to make it all easier to grasp.
The Accessible Yoga 200-Hour Teacher Training starts Tuesday!
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Will there be any classes that Yoga teachers can audit? 😁