Yoga Anatomy and Physiology Intensive with Roger Cole, PhD For Teachers and Serious Students
The full training provides 30 hours of continuing education credits for certified yoga teachers.
Roger Cole's most comprehensive yoga anatomy intensive with added
physiology. You will immediately apply everything you learn to asana,
pranayama or restorative practice. Ten separate classes providing
in-depth musculoskeletal anatomy of the feet, knees hips, sacroiliac
joint, back/trunk, shoulders, neck, and breathing, plus physiology of
stretching and relaxation. Each class includes a detailed handout. The
full training provides 30 hours of continuing education credits for certified yoga teachers.
Dates: Wed, Sep 10 to Sun, Sep 14, 2014
Times: 9a-12p & 1:30p-4:30p
- Wed am Stretching
- Wed pm Feet and Lower Legs
- Thu am Knees
- Thu pm Hips
- Fri am Sacroiliac Joint
- Fri pm Back and Trunk
- Sat am Shoulders
- Sat pm Neck
- Sun am Breathing
- Sun pm Restorative Yoga
- Individual course descriptions posted below
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Stretching: Physiology and Practice with Roger Cole, PhD
Wednesday, September 10th, 9a-12p
how to use stretch reflexes and other principles of physiology to
safely and efficiently increase muscle length and strength. The class
alternates between physiological explanation and active practice,
progressing from the molecular structure of muscles to complex control
of movement by the brain. No prior knowledge of physiology needed.
Feet and Lower Legs: Anatomy and Practice with Roger Cole, PhD
Wednesday, September 10th, 1:30p-4:30p
The feet are the foundation of standing poses, and standing
poses are the foundation of all yoga postures. This class will teach you
how to use foot and lower leg anatomy to optimally strengthen, stretch,
balance and align your feet, calves, shins, knees and thighs in
standing and other asanas.
Knees: Anatomy and Practice with Roger Cole, PhD
Thursday, September 11th 9a-12p
Knees are especially vulnerable to injury in yoga and life in
general. Learn how to optimize your asana technique keep them safe,
restore and preserve their range of motion, enhance their alignment, and
build their strength. The class will combine clear anatomical
explanations with thorough practice.
Hips: Anatomy and Practice with Roger Cole, PhD
Thursday, September 11th, 1:30p-4:30p
a powerful sequence of yoga postures to safely align, mobilize, and
strengthen the hips. The class will combine clear anatomical
explanations with thorough practice.
Sacroiliac Joint: Anatomy and Practice with Roger Cole, PhD
Friday, September 12th, 9a-12p
can encourage healthy mobility of the sacroiliac (SI) joints at the
base of the spine, but it can also strain them. This workshop will teach
you: --SI joint anatomy and kinesiology --Symptoms and signs of SI
problems --Causes of SI injury --How to prevent SI problems --Specific
yoga postures that often relieve pain in the SI region.
Back and Trunk: Anatomy and Practice with Roger Cole, PhD
Friday, September 12th 1:30p-4:30p
class will teach how to get your back and trunk strong, flexible and
well-aligned. You will learn the anatomy of this region, and how to
apply it in yoga postures to: --prevent injury --work with back problems
--deepen your back bends, forward bends, side bends, and twists.
Shoulders: Anatomy and Practice with Roger Cole, PhD
Saturday, September 13th 9a-12p
class will teach you simple, effective ways to maximize shoulder
mobility, strength and comfort. Learn how to use shoulder anatomy to
progress step-by-step from simple movements to complete yoga asanas to a
posture sequence that systematically works every part of the shoulder
Neck: Anatomy and Practice with Roger Cole, PhD
Saturday, September 13th 1:30p-4:30p
and moving your neck correctly is essential to the success of every
asana, while doing it incorrectly misaligns the whole body and can cause
injury. In this class you will learn how to use your neck skillfully in
every type of pose, including standing postures, headstand,
shoulderstand, backbends, twists, forward bends, and reclining poses.
Breathing: Anatomy and Practice with Roger Cole, PhD
Sunday, September 14th 9a-12p
lies at the heart of yoga. This class will help you get the most out of
any breathing system by teaching you the anatomy that drives it, and
how to get the effects you want. You will literally get “hands on”
practice of the mechanics of the lungs, airways, diaphragm, ribcage, the
muscles that move the ribcage, abdominal movements, and related topics.
Beginners will get a great, safe introduction to breath work, and
experienced students will learn to practice in more sophisticated ways.
Restorative Yoga: Physiology and Practice with Roger Cole, PhD
Sunday, September 14th 1:30p-4:30p
the centuries, yogis have developed ingenious ways to produce profound
relaxation by triggering reflexes that we are all born with. Learn the
physiology that makes restorative yoga postures so remarkably effective,
then put it to use in a long, deep relaxation practice. If possible,
please bring extra yoga blankets and a small towel or other item to
cover the eyes.