Introducing two Continuing Education Classes for all yoga instructors with at least 200RYT and One Continuing Education Class for instructors with at least 500RYT
This is part lecture and part hands on bodywork technique.
This course deepens students understanding of the Chakra system regarding the elements and ones own constitution (dosha). The hands on modalities give a tactile experience of the flow of universal life force energy through the Koshas.
Anatomy lecture regarding imbalances and hands on techniques to re-educate structural alignment.
This two week course is a deeper study of the structural alignment; students will refresh anatomical study and postural analysis. Students will learn specific bodywork techniques and practice on one another. This hands on experience is meant to facilitate deeper understanding of the therapeutic approach to asana practice on all levels and advance techniques for assists.
We welcome instructors with 500 RYT status to join us for Part Two of our Advanced Teacher Training Course and use those hours for continuing education. This 100 hour course will focus on specific imbalances that create chronic conditions or disturbances in health. We will apply Ammayanni Yoga in ways that promotes personal one on one instruction that facilitates individual therapeutic practice and relief from suffering as well as inspiring students to create a home practice that tends to chronic issues. This training sets a strong foundation for yoga instructors to build a therapeutic one on one private practice.
Postural Analysis & Integrative Positional Therapy
Understanding the Wireless Anatomy & Chakras
Note: If you are taking the current 300 Hour advanced Teacher Training Course, Advanced Therapeutics is already part of your schedule.
This workshop aims at deepening ones understanding of the physiology in relation to the connective tissue, and meridians while delivering an intense experience of physical sensation.
This intense practice often invites emotional release and can facilitate a mental understanding regarding the subtle energies of the organs, the intestine and their influences on daily living.
Kathy Campbell BSN, is a Continuing Ed Teacher in the health care system at Temple University; she has been a Registered Nurse since 1976, Practitioner of Acupressure, Jin Shin Do, is a Diplomat of Asian Therapies and a 200 Hr certified Yoga Instructor.
Michelle Supsic is a 200 hr RYT (Registered Yoga Teacher) with much continued education she has over 500hr of Teacher Training education and has been instructing a Yin Yoga practice and workshops at the Amma Center for 3 years.