Applied Anatomy for Yoga, with Dr. Steven Weiss, Sat-Sun, June 17-18

Develop a safe, refined and therapeutic practice.   Yoga provides an excellent approach to health, fitness, and wellbeing. When we follow our natural anatomical design, the body moves with grace and refinement and yoga becomes a highly effective approach to injury prevention and therapy. To be effective, yoga practice requires a level of precision and skill that comes through a study of its principles. Understanding our basic anatomy reveals the fundamentals of alignment for our yoga postures. With this alignment, the potential that yoga offers for health and healing is achieved.

Join us for this comprehensive, yet fun exploration of anatomy as we learn by doing! Discover how to align your yoga postures with precision and skillfulness. Understand the cause of common yoga injuries and how to prevent them. Recognize common postural misalignments that cause injury. Make your time on the mat your own therapeutic experience. The class makes learning basic anatomy fun and easy to apply. All instructions follow the rich concepts and principles of yoga. Saturday only $125 Sat and Sun $225 Register by June 1 and save $25

Steven Weiss, MS, DC, C-IAYT is a holistic chiropractor and nutritionist, yoga therapist and teacher. He teaches anatomy, alignment principles, yoga therapeutics and nutrition for yoga teacher trainings internationally. Steven is an instructor for Omega Institute for Holistic Studies, Sivananda Yoga and Integral Yoga’s Yogaville. His extensive study in the Iyengar and Anusara yoga systems strongly influence his teaching. As a doctor of chiropractic and with his research in anatomy and kinesiology, his classes offer a unique and user-friendly approach to injury-free yoga.

Dr. Weiss is the author of the popular yoga text, The Injury-Free Yoga Practice, a comprehensive guide to alignment, anatomy and the prevention of yoga injuries.

Visit Injuryfreeyogapractice.com for more book information.

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