Anatomy 101: Why Anatomy Training is Essential for Yoga Teachers

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Learning anatomy in a holistic and practical way can improve both your practice and teaching in unexpected, and profound, ways. Join Anatomy Trains author Tom Myers for a seven-week online course that will will open your eyes to a new way of mapping the body in terms of cells, the fascial fabric, and the neuromuscular system. You’ll finish with a solid foundation for kinesthetic literacy, able to identify common postural patterns, as well as strategies for cueing to awaken parts of the body that may need work. This course asks the question how are we shaped, and what shapes us. Sign up today.

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