Anatomy & Physiology for Yoga with Dyana Wells
Two 8-week workshop series, Saturday afternoons, from February 2017
Theory with practical exploration provides a direct enquiry into the different systems of the body.
These courses offer an opportunity for students and teachers of yoga to increase their understanding of these system in relationship to yoga and other body practices.
Human Anatomy & Physiology: focus on the Organ Systems
Cells, connective tissue including fascia, cartilage and bones, plus muscle, digestive, cardiovascular, lymphatic and respiratory systems.
A detailed and fascinating investigation into the human body. Practical and experiential explorations in each session integrate and explore the material covered.
These workshop contain knowledge that is essential for all students and teachers of yoga. You will understand why you do what you do in yoga, you will understand why yoga is so good for your health, and how to increase its benefits.
I found it absolutely fascinating to learn how and why the body works as it does. Everything was relevant, Dyana related each and every aspect we covered right from the cells to how they relate to the practice of yoga. This knowledge will definitely make me a better teacher, and there are many ways that I will be able to integrate it into my teaching. I found Dyana really inspirational. – Juliet Slovgrove 2016
Anatomy is probably my favourite subject! Dyana is incredibly knowledgeable and shares her enthusiasm infectiously! Great combination of talk and practical. – Sarah Ford 2016
Dates: Mar 11, Mar 25, April 8, April 22, May 6, May 20, June 3, June 17. Hours: 1:30pm–4:30pm
Human Anatomy & Physiology: focus on Musculoskeletal Systems
Essential training for all students and teachers of yoga.
These workshops will enable students and teachers of yoga to increase their practical understanding of the musculoskeletal system in relation to the healthy and dysfunctional movement patterns of yoga. After these workshops you will be able to practice more effectively, kindly and with an informed curiosity about what is happening in your practice.
You will also understand why different kinds of breathing bring different physical and emotional benefits. There will be theory, model-making and exploratory practices to integrate and embody your learning.
Loved Dyana’s passion for this subject. Particularly in terms of muscular anatomy and the actions they cause. Great to be given the opportunity to look at a posture, work out the active (eccentric/concentric) muscles and their corresponding actions. Having the skeletons and plasticine helped to bring some of the muscles to “life” in terms of their origins, insertions, actions. – Katrina Tanner 2016
Dates: July 1, July 15, July 29, Aug 12, Sept 9, Sept 23, Oct 7, Nov 11. Hours: 1:30pm–4:30pm
Cost: $360 for each 8-week course. Attend both for $650 and save $70.
Single course of 8 workshops: $360. Discount for booking both courses $650.
New courses start from February 18, 2017
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