Students gain a thorough foundation to begin teaching yoga with a strong component in anatomy and alignment alongside a well-rounded foundation in yoga principle and philosophies. These teachers are trained to deliver a strong group class interweaving the physical and philosophical components of the practice.
During the 500HR yoga teacher training program, our teachers gain a deeper understanding of anatomy and physiology interwoven with concepts from Eastern and Western medicine. Teachers gain the ability to use these modalities together to deepen the therapeutic effects of a yoga practice.
Teachers acquire a thorough knowledge of kinesiology, pathology, and the Eastern energetics of the practice which allows them to intertwine these complimentary concepts to maximize the therapeutic effects and work synergistically with healthcare practitioners to help provide a well-rounded approach.
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Licensed Acupuncturist & Oriental Medicine practitioner, 200 hr Yoga Medicine 2014 grad, certified Bikram yoga instructor since 2006, former veterinary technician (still certified).
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