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Lower Body Yoga Therapy Applications RYS 300 Teacher Training Course
March 20, 2015 @ 9:00 am - March 22, 2015 @ 5:30 pm$525
There are Five Advanced Yoga Therapeutics courses at Yoga I.S.®, RYS 300 Therapeutics 2015 flyer They address the growing field of Yoga Therapy. You will learn real-world therapeutic approaches using the techniques that are unique to our trainings. This program will teach you in-depth about joint anatomy, the muscles that control them, and their mechanical ability to move joints in specific ranges . Learn how to address common orthopedic conditions in a private or group setting by first employing specific range of motion evaluations in yoga poses and then learning how to modify, prescribe, and progress them for the individual. All courses are Friday-Sunday from 9:00am-5:30pm.
Course open to the public. Those seeking RYT hours will also perform additional 8-12 hours outside field work and study for each weekend. Total five weekends, or 165+ hours.
In the Lower Body Yoga Therapy Applications Course:
- Get a basic overview of the many of the muscles of the lower body, including their function and relevance to the study of joint mechanics when teaching and practicing yoga.
- Learn how to apply specific range of motion evaluations for the lower body to yoga poses for better results with adjustments and modifications for your group or individual clients.
- Learn why standing poses may not be the most “functional” for a beginning student to start with.
- Learn therapeutic applications for common hip, knee, ankle and foot ailments.
- Get applicable techniques and hands-on experience for one-on-one clients or group settings.
Payment options, required texts, and detailed course information are listed on the website under the teacher training section for 300 hour certification course. You will be able to choose your payment options when you register for this course.
NOTE: The advanced therapeutic courses are not cumulative. They are open to yoga teachers, 200-hour RYTs, any health or fitness professional, and also the general public. 200-hour RYT Instructors can apply each of these courses to acquiring their 500-hour RYT.