This course is detail heavy — for yoga teachers with prior knowledge and understanding of anatomy. In this course, we explore in relative detail muscular function, biomechanics, and kinesiology. Here we delve into further detail regarding joint and body mechanics while integrating more advanced anatomical knowledge. This course builds on the material presented in our Anatomy 101 course. If you want the details, this course is for you! This course is accredited through Yoga Alliance and counts towards 20 hours of non-contact continuing education hours, which fulfills the entire 3-year requirement for teachers.
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- Certain courses include materials and worksheets. All written resources are available via your library and may be downloaded to your computer as needed.
- All courses have a Forum where students may connect and discuss course content.
- You must be 18 years old to participate.
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We cover the following body regions in this order:
- Session 1: Spine and Core
- Session 2: Pelvis
- Session 3: Hip
- Session 4: Lower Extremity (hip to foot)
- Session 5: Foot and the Ankle
- Session 6: Shoulder
- Session 7: Upper Extremity (shoulder to hand)
- Session 8: Wrist and Hand
- An internet connection
- A computer smartphone or tablet
- An avid interest in yoga poses and anatomy
- Some familiarity and dexterity with human anatomy
- Motivation and self-directed learning
- Desire to interact and participate in an online group forum
“I am super excited to join in on this course. I have some catching up to do but I do have scoliosis and am fused from T3 to L4 and it runs with my family. I hope to gain some knowledge for my own practice as well as to share with others.” —Elizabeth, Louisville Kentucky
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