Yoga Anatomy (For Yoga teachers, trainees, fitness professionals & interested Yogis) with Dr Lori Zucker

June 20, 2019 @ 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
2 Avenue Ln
Oxford OX4 1YF
01865 245754
Yoga Anatomy (For Yoga teachers, trainees, fitness professionals & interested Yogis) with Dr Lori Zucker @ YogaVenue | England | United Kingdom
Improve your understanding of how the body works in Yoga. Perfect for Yoga Teachers (as an introduction or refresher) and/or enthusiasts from any discipline looking to deepen their anatomy & physiology knowledge.
From an anatomy point of view, yoga is guided and aligned movement. In this course, Dr Lori Zucker will lead us into the anatomy and physiology of yogic movement.
Over the 2 days, we will break down the anatomy of the body to promote a better understanding of yoga asana. There will be an emphasis on alignment, using specific muscle techniques to facilitate asana, and linking anatomy and physiology to a yoga practice. The movement into asana sets up the asana itself so aligning the movement correctly is vital to developing the asana.
This course will go into the relationships between these elements and how they work together:
  • Bones and Boney Landmarks
  • Joint and Joint movement into Asana
  • Muscles
  • Muscle Groups and Muscle movement
  • and the ideas around Core Strength, Ligaments, Tendons, Cartilage, Fascia, Biological Systems and Injuries.
Dates and Times
Thursday 20th June & Friday 21st June 8.30am – 5.00pm
Fee: £125.00
Yoga Anatomy & What is Yoga (Yoga Philosophy with Paul Steinberg) Double Package: £165.00
All levels welcome
About Dr Lori Zucker
A Doctor of Physical Therapy, Lori is a clinician and adjunct professor at Rutgers University, USA. Lori is also the lead A&P trainer for the Jivamukti Yoga Teacher Training Programme internationally.
As a clinician, Lori blends traditional physical therapy practice with yoga to provide a holistic approach to rehabilitation. A certified yoga teacher and yoga practitioner, she regularly advises yoga professionals on anatomical alignment, injury prevention, and asana modifications.
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