Led by: Ellen Saltonstall
From March 2, 2019 at 9:00 am until March 2, 2019 at 5:00 pm at Gowanus
Immerse yourself in the study of the human body in a lively interactive group setting, with yoga as our focus. The material in this course will enhance your yoga practice, and if you teach yoga, it will help you to serve your students with confidence. If you have found anatomy to be a challenging or dry topic, or you find that the information somehow doesn’t stick with you, this class is for you. If you’re already an anatomy enthusiast like me, this class is for you too.We will look at the bones, joints, muscles and important soft tissues, using visual aids and palpation. We will discuss the most common injuries and conditions and how yoga can help. This class is very practical and interactive. You will understand both your own and your students’ poses with more refinement and clarity, and you will see how the yoga principles of alignment really work.
Topics weekend 1 (9 AM - 12 PM, 2 PM - 5PM): Fascia, the spine, pelvis, hips, shoulders: biomechanics and therapeutics.
Ellen Saltonstall, E-RYT 500, C-IAYT, is an alignment-based yoga instructor and certified yoga therapist based in New York City with over 35 years of experience. In addition to yoga and anatomy, she teaches Bodymind Ballwork, a method of self-massage using rubber balls. She co-authored Yoga for Arthritis, 2008, and Yoga for Osteoporosis, 2010 with Dr. Loren Fishman. She published Anatomy and Yoga: A Guide for Teachers and Students in 2016, and her book The Bodymind Ballwork Method will be published in October 2018. She offers yoga therapy webinars through YogaOnlineU.com, and she teaches nationally and internationally with a specialty in anatomy and therapeutics. Please visit her website at www.ellensaltonstall.com
$150 early bird 1 day / regular pricing $180
$260 early bird both weekends / $290 regular pricing both weekends
TT Grads and Staff $225 early bird both weekends / $270 regular pricing
early bird ends one week in advance