Join Bhav Brigade Co-founder & Stanford MD, Jessica Johnson, for this experiential workshop on delving deep into human anatomy and its relationship to the asana practice. The course will cover the complex topic of yoga anatomy in a way that is easily-digestible and is designed to inform and inspire students and teachers alike in gaining a better understanding of movement & the body. Through a mix of lecture, interactive functional application, and Q&A and as a whole will provide a thorough understanding of how to speak the language of anatomy with confidence, how various critical joints & key muscles (including their attachment sites, actions and targeted yoga asana to stretch & strengthen each one) are engaged in the asana practice, how to avoid asana-related injury, as well as how to tailor your practice to address specific pre-existing injuries, physical limitations and targeted physical goals. Build a solid foundation for an intelligent, empowered yoga practice and fall in love with the magic that is the human body!
**Note: Spaces are limited (& will thus fill quickly) to allow for a more intimate, interactive experience with one-on-one attention so pre-registration via email to firstname.lastname@example.org is required. Register by November 8th for early bird pricing of $150.
PS. If you aren’t local, not to worry! There’s the potential for you to join remotely through live stream video chat 🌎🙏🏻😊