We are delighted to announce that we have reconfigured our Art of Healing course into an on-line format that you can attend directly from your living room. The Art of Healing: Yoga Therapy is an in-depth training on how to address structural imbalances in the body. Through anatomical study, demonstration, pose modification, prop work, and SATYA we address common muscular-skeletal strain patterns. Each day includes practice sessions, meditation, postural clinics, and small group discussion to learn to sequence and modify postural movements for low back pain, shoulder restriction, scoliosis, and much more.
Part 1 : The Legs and Pelvis
The legs are the pillars to the temple of the spine. Thus it is critical in all somatic healing to address complications in the legs. All too often people suffer from strain and dysfunction in their feet, knees and hips and this causes misalignment in the upper body. In this course we cover ankle sprain, knee pain, sciatic pain, and lower back pain. We cover essential SATYA movements to release the sacrum and low back and asanas to heal the feet, ankles, and hips. We address hamstring injuries, sciatica, ankle sprain, and lower back pain using Prajna Yoga’s twelve most therapeutic poses. In this course you will learn how to use support the body with the use of the wall, chair, and bolster in order to optimize healing. We review the emotional and psychological issues that impact the legs and pelvis. This course includes a short practicum to apply the work to your students, clients or family members.
Each day includes meditation, anatomical study, demonstration, and Live Zoom practice.
When: Live Zoom Meetings on August 5 – 9, 9:30am – 12:30pm daily, except Friday August 7, 12:00 – 3:30pm Mountain Time
Total time: 25 hours (available for CE credits through Yoga Alliance)
Cost: $525 per part, or $1,050 for Parts 1 & 2*
*When you register for The Art of Healing: Yoga Therapy | Part 1: The Legs & Pelvis, you also receive access to the Prajna Live classes at 10:00 – 11:30am Mountain Time on Tuesday, August 4 and Friday, August 7. This adds an additional 3 CE hours!
**This course is open to all yoga teachers and students, and satisfies required hours for the Prajna Yoga 300/500 Hour Yoga Teacher Training.