NEW DIRECTIONS IN YOGA ANATOMY & MOVEMENT RESEARCH
INSTRUCTORS: Jules Mitchell, Matthew Remski, Trina Altman, Harvey Deutch, Neil Pearson, Laurel Beversdorf, Diane Bruni, Maria Cristina Jimenez, Sarah Court
3-PART ONLINE COURSE / 4 CEUS
Available for Immediate Download
This online program features 9 leading experts in the field of yoga exploring the newest developments in anatomy, biomechanics, movement and stretching.
This course is taught by physical therapists, teacher trainers, advanced yoga instructors, movement specialists and functional anatomy experts.
Each video is a concise and in depth 30-minute exploration of the topic.
Part 1 Videos
Rethinking the Effects of Stretching
WITH JULES MITCHELL MS, PMT, E-RYT500
The latest scientific research on the merits and misconceptions of stretching.
ABOUT JULES MITCHELL
Jules Mitchell is the author of Yoga Biomechanics: Redefining Stretching (2017) and a regular contributor to yoga teaching training programs worldwide providing yoga schools with the most current research in biomechanics.
Motor Learning: Principles and Strategies
WITH SARAH COURTSPT, e-RYT
Make sure your students are really learning, not just relying on your cues week after week, by taking advantage of proven motor learning tools and strategies.
ABOUT SARAH COURT
Sarah Court is finishing her doctorate in Physical Therapy and is an Integrated Yoga Tune Up® Teacher Trainer. She teaches anatomy for yoga teacher trainings, and trains Yoga Tune Up® teachers across the country and internationally.
Science, Pain, Yoga & Movement
WITH NEIL PEARSON MSc, BScPT, BA-BPHE, CYT, RYT 500
The latest in pain research and strategies to work with people in chronic pain.
ABOUT NEIL PEARSON
Neil Pearson is a Clinical Assistant Professor at UBC, a pain educator, and a leader in the fields of physiotherapy and yoga therapy pain care. He teaches in four international yoga therapy training programs, and through his Pain Care Yoga certification process.
Part 2 Videos
Building Blocks of Movement
WITH DIANE BRUNI
Creating healthy coordinations through essential developmental movements.
ABOUT DIANE BRUNI
Diane Bruni has been practicing yoga for 35 years, teaching students for 20 years, and training teachers for nearly two decades. She co-founded the Downward Dog Yoga Centre, and hosted an internationally aired television series called Breathing Space Yoga.
Sacroiliac Joint Anatomy & Biomechanics
WITH HARVEY DEUTCH PT
How to apply knowledge about the sacroiliac joint to your yoga practice.
ABOUT HARVEY DEUTCH
Harvey Deutch has been practicing the art of physical therapy for over 32 years. He is the founder of Red Hawk Physical Therapy and one of yoga’s best-known and respected teachers of functional anatomy in San Francisco’s Yoga Teacher Trainings and others nationwide.
Yoga and Rolfing: Why the Body Cares More About Safety than Posture
WITH MARIA CRISTINA JIMENEZ E-RYT500
Rolfing can help us experience not only age-old patterns, but also shifts in identity through slow, mindful myofascial release bringing freedom and naturalness in movement.
ABOUT MARIA CRISTINA JIMENEZ
Maria Cristina Jimenez is a Certified Advanced Rolfer and a Yoga Instructor, specializing in relieving pain. In 15-plus years of teaching, she has collaborated in over 40 different Teacher Trainings nationally. She regularly teaches anatomy workshops for yoga teachers.
Part 3 Videos
Break It Down: Regress to Progress
WITH TRINA ALTMAN E-RYT 500, PMA®-CPT
Biomechanical exercise principles to apply that allow you to regress or progress ANY exercise, pose or human movement.
ABOUT TRINA ALTMAN
Trina Altman leads teacher trainings in Yoga Tune Up®, the Roll Model® Method and Rx Series for Equinox locally and internationally.
Structural Anomalies of the Hip Joint
WITH LAUREL BEVERSDORF E-RYT500
Analyzing the hip joint in the context of “correct” and “incorrect” alignment.
ABOUT LAUREL BEVERSDORF
Laurel is an integrated Yoga Tune Up® teacher and E-RYT500 teacher and teacher trainer for Yoga Tune Up® and YogaWorks. Laurel writes anatomy articles for Yoga Life, Dubai, and the Yoga Tune Up® blog and has been interviewed for Sport 360 U.A.E.
The Hidden Psychology and Politics of Postural Ideals
WITH MATTHEW REMSKI E-RYT500
A tour through the somatic meanings and origins of alignment, symmetry, and “openness” in modern yoga culture, from 1930s Mysore to the present day.
ABOUT MATTHEW REMSKI
Matthew Remski is trained as a yoga therapist, an Ayurvedic consultant and is the author of 8 books including “Threads of Yoga.” He facilitates programming for yoga trainings internationally, focusing on yoga philosophy, meditation, Ayurveda, and the social psychology of practice.