Functional Anatomy for Yoga Teachers

A solid education in functional anatomy will boost your teaching confidence, release your creative sequencing potential and empower you to better serve your students .

The Problem

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Most aspiring yoga teachers have little to no previous education in functional anatomy prior to enrolling in a yoga teacher training program. Unfortunately...

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Most yoga teacher training programs contain very little education in anatomy because there are several other subjects to cover in a relatively short amount of time. As a result...

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New yoga teachers often feel ill-prepared to help their students stay safe and navigate the physical and anatomy-related challenges within the practice

The Solution

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Recognize that you're not alone! Most new teachers are in the same boat - it takes time to become confident in your knowledge of functional anatomy

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Find a comprehensive  course in functional anatomy that is geared toward yoga teachers with little to no background in anatomy 

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Dive into that course and spend as much time as necessary studying, exploring, practicing and sharing your new insights and discoveries with your students 

If You Could Wave a Magic Wand...

If you could wave a magic wand and know all about functional anatomy, common joint-related injuries and strategies to help a wide range of students overcome the physical obstacles in their practice, how would it feel?

 "This course gave me so many tools for my yoga teacher tool-kit that I could immediately use in my group classes and private sessions.  I was thrilled that I could look at a body and have more information about how a particular student may need to modify or amplify a pose to make it more beneficial to their particular body.  Jason is skilled at teaching teachers how to step back, pause, and ask why.  I feel like my sequences are more thoughtful, mindful and educational than ever before.  Even my students have commented about a marked change in my teaching since enrolling in the course- they are the ones who are truly benefiting!

Jess Blake
Yoga Teacher

Anatomy Studies for Yoga Teachers

ASFYT-1: Skeletal Anatomy & Yoga Asana

ASFYT-2: Muscle Anatomy & Yoga Asana

ASFYT-3: Kinesiology of Yoga Asana

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