Anatomy and Physiology I
Duration: 5 days
Schedule: 8:30am-5:30pm daily
In Anatomy and Physiology I you will explore the relationship to yoga asana, movement, meditation, breathing, and the essence of the Phoenix Rising approach with the intention of encouraging a multi-dimensional sense of wonder and curiosity about the miracle of one’s body. This workshop relies on the study of your best anatomy & physiology resource – your own body. Through auditory, visual, and kinesthetic learning methods you will have the opportunity to experience your physical, emotional and spiritual bodies through lecture, play, creativity, touch, demonstration and questioning.
Core areas of study include but are not limited to:
- Musculo-skeletal anatomy and physiology, subtle anatomy and physiology of edge
- Key relationships between structures, systems, and functions of the body, and anatomical alignment
- Considerations, cautions and contraindications of many physical conditions, common questions and misconceptions.
This course is a required course for Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapist Certification (both 600 and 954 hr Programs). It can also be taken independently for continuing education credits, personal interest and development. This course is eligible for transfer credit. If you have previously taken it from a Yoga Alliance or IAYT approved program ask us for a transfer credit form.
November 13-17, 2016 – Bristol, VT – Elissa Cobb
March 21-25, 2017 – Vancouver, BC – Elissa Cobb
June 26-30, 2017 – Bristol, VT – Elissa Cobb
November 12-16, 2017 – Denver, CO – tbd
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If you have any questions, please call us at (800) 288-YOGA(9642) or (802) 453-6444.