14 Aug Experiential Anatomy with Cora Wen
- Experiential Anatomy Workshop
October 13, 2017 - October 15, 2017
6:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Do you want to learn how to teach students with unique therapeutic needs?
Or just want to learn more about your own practice?
Research shows yoga is an effective tool in preventive and rehabilitative medicine. Leading medical institutions are using yoga in a wide range of treatments. Yoga can help in rehabilitation of cancer, heart disease, PTSD, anxiety disorders, addiction, asthma, arthritis, epilepsy, pulmonary disease, multiple sclerosis, and chronic pain syndromes like low back pain and repetitive strain.
In this workshop, we combine and juxtapose the study of anatomy with movement. We refine our awareness of inner spaces and body rhythms, of the space around us and of what we can hear, smell and see.
Learn the function of muscles and what nerves connect to them, and about the biomechanics of some joints. Study and explore your own anatomy in movement, and learn how to use anatomical imagery as a basis for satisfying movement exploration. Your passion for yoga will spring from your personal experience of its transformative power.
When: October 13-15, 2017
Where: Lotus Blooming Yoga
Workshop Fee: $495; early bird discount $445 before September 15
The workshop is required for all RYT-200 candidates studying with Yoga Bloom/Lotus Blooming Yoga. Teachers earn 15 Yoga Alliance CEUs for attending this workshop
FOOD AND REFRESHMENTS: Tea and water will be provided for all workshop events. Attendee will be responsible for providing their own meals. A handful of restaurants are available within walking distance and several restaurants a few minutes away.
About Cora Wen
Cora Wen has taught yoga since 1994 and apprenticed with America’s most respected teachers. She blends the safety of Iyengar alignment with a flowing practice. Cora is certified at the highest level with Yoga Alliance ERYT500 and certified in therapeutic yoga with IAYT (International Association of Yoga Therapists). She consistently helps her students find freedom from injuries and chronic ailments. At once infectious and calming, she consistently earns accolades from peers, mentors and students.
“I am filled with inspiration for the simple joy she radiates.” —Judith Hanson Lasater, PhD & physical therapist, Author of Living Your Yoga, Relax and Renew & 30 Essential Yoga Poses.
“I have not met a more enthusiastic yoga practitioner in all my years – her love and excitement for sharing yoga is infectious.” – Rodney Yee
Venue: Lotus Blooming Yoga
Venue Phone: 615-915-0798Address: