with Ada Lusardi
September 30-October 1
2820 7th Street
Foundation and Lower Limbs
Spine and Upper Limbs
In this course, we’ll deepen our understanding of human anatomy and kinesiology in relationship to the practice and teaching of yoga asana. You will learn the architecture and movement principles of the major joints and spine, develop your observation skills to assess postural imbalances, and explore ways to effectively adapt the practice for common injuries and postural imbalances to facilitate safe practice for yourself and your students. There is required reading and writing for this course. All course work must be completed to apply for CEU’s from Yoga Alliance.
$225 for weekend one, $400 for weekends one and two, $575 for all three weekends
Open to students with a 200 hr. teaching credential or by permission of the instructor. Students are welcome to attend all three weekends but must do so as a continuum.
*This training is subject to a $45 non-refundable processing fee. No refunds after Feb 16, 2017. Pre-registration required.
Ada Lusardi, ERYT 500 Ada’s classes and workshops marry the heart and science of yoga by offering nuanced and precise teaching with warmth and humor. Through the use of compassionate and clear direction, intelligent sequencing, and skillful hands-on adjustments, Ada’s teachings challenge and refine one’s yoga practice, regardless of age or ability. A self-professed “anatomy geek,” she leads classes, trainings and retreats throughout California’s Bay area and around the country. She is a graduate, and faculty member, of The Berkeley Yoga Room’s Advanced Studies Program, a long time student of Donald Moyer and Mary Lou Weprin, and a perennial student of yoga and life.