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Protecting the Joints, June 9, 2-4 pm 2.0 CEU's
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We all have seen the most common joint issues in students. These are typically from injuries and arthritis. Did you know that even in yoga classes students are injuring their joints? It may not show up as an immediate injury nor could be traced to their yoga practice, but it is inevitable unless they are under the guidance of a teacher educated in what to watch for and how to help students protect their joints and strengthen the muscles to support already injured ones.Common poses we don’t think of as possibly causing joint damage.
All standing poses
Downward facing dog pose
Corresponding injuries - joints effected.
Wrist, shoulder, hip
Spine - neck, shoulders
Spine, shoulders wrists, neck
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Advanced Yoga Training - Yoga Teacher Training Program 200 Hr.
Beginning in September 2019. Deepen your practice by studying yoga philosophy and explore our teacher training program. Click here for details
Teaching Authentically and Avoiding Burnout date to be scheduled, email email@example.com to schedule any of these workshops in your studio.
An exploration of authentic Self.
It may have been a few years since you first graduated from teacher training, excited to begin your new yoga career. There comes a point in every yoga teacher's experience when we ask ourselves - why did we do this? There comes a point when we think we just cannot teach one more class. Fortunately for some of us, we do the work we need to so that we can choose what is next for us and what is right for us.
That is what this workshop is for. As a teacher, there is an ongoing process of growth and transformation we must go through in order to keep ourselves authentically alive in our work of leading others to know their own true self. We will explore this through yoga philosophy, discussion and reflective asana.
Led by Karen Kinnard who has been teaching yoga since 2003 through raising her 3 kids, opening a yoga studio, getting hit by a bus, the loss of youngest son to suicide, closing a yoga studio, and now who has partnered with Andrew Seifert to grow Good Vibrations Yoga studio in Hopkins. Karen has been training teachers since 2006.
Advanced Adjusting for Standing Poses - 2.0 CEU's
Adjusting standing poses. Review yamas and use this as the foundation to know your student and when and how to adjust them in poses. 4 adjustment techniques will be taught and practiced on students who will attend the second half. Technique and practice! Get more comfortable helping students to find more stability, ease and freedom in their yoga postures as well as directing their awareness. It all starts with you the teacher. What to watch for and how to assist.
Feet the Foundation, An Eischens Yoga workshop with Lynn Shuck April 8, 2-4 pm register
Feet. The base of all standing poses. We put them in shoes, restrict their movement, then expect them to hold up our entire skeleton. Come to this workshop to learn ways to increase mobility in your feet, stabilize ankles, and understand the importance of healthy feet for a healthy body. A workshop for everyone with feet.
2.0 Yoga CEU's for teachers. Early registration price $35/$40 sign up by April 2 (or sooner - her workshops fill up)
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You will find that an Eischens Yoga class works in simple poses, but with deep understanding of how to truly wake up the muscles and align the skeleton in each asana. In this class we focus on the legs. 2 CEU for yoga teachers.
This class can give you the tools to bring more balance into your body thereby breaking through to a deeper version of a posture. It can also bring more energy into an established practice as the poses become more alive. And it helps the practitioner understand that parts of the practice may be depleting, and what to do with that knowledge.
Location: Good Vibrations Yoga studio, dba Yogatiques, 11 10th Ave S., Hopkins
Time: 2:00-4:00 pm
Registration: This course is completed.