Anatomy of Asana - AoA

the study of human anatomy & physiology within a yoga context

Next Available:

 

Anatomy of Asana – Knee

FEBRUARY – Sunday 3rd, 2019

1.30pm – 5pm

 

FEE

$140 = 3.5hr Sunday Seminar

$115 = Early-Bird Available (date/time dependent – click links below)

 

Knee pre-course reading + Enrolment – click here

Pay Online Here

Anatomy of Asana – Neck

JUNE – Sunday 23rd, 2019

1.30pm – 5pm

 

FEE

$140 = 3.5hr Sunday Seminar

$115 = Early-Bird Available (date/time dependent – click link below) 

 

Neck pre-course reading + Enrolment – click here
Pay Online Here

Who is AoA for?

– Keen yoga students
– Yoga teachers

What will AoA do for you?

– AoA will expand and enhance your yoga practice, knowledge and experience.
– Participants will experience and deepen their understanding of the benefits of applied therapeutic yoga.
– Immerse yourself in a structured and explorative learning seminar that looks at the A&P (anatomy & physiology) of asana

– Regular practice in Sirsasana & Sarvangasana is advised; free standing or wall support okay
– The AoA seminars are not suitable for absolute beginners.

Commitment to Pre- Course Work

– Basic pre-course reading work is required prior to the commencement of each AoA Seminar. See enrollment form for direction.

AoA Delivery Method

The Anatomy of Asana Seminars – offered as 3.5 hour Intensives
Specific areas of the body are covered in each seminar through study of asana & anatomy.


Anatomy of Asana – Seminar Content

– Basic anatomy of body focus area
– Corresponding Asana that affect body focus area
– Therapeutic practices to assist movement and/or stability

Please contact Yoga Jivana for further details, thank you.

It is through the alignment of the body that I discovered the alignment of my mind, self, and intelligence

BKS Iyengar

Finally, an A&P / Asana seminar that speaks to Yoga practitioners & teachers!

These sessions are packed with clear learning perspectives & practical experience

Specific body areas studied with corresponding asana practice

Maximum retention of pre-course work information is enhanced through direct yogasana experience