Join us for a very special 10-hour Yoga Focus on human anatomy with practical applications for yoga asana (postures). Understand the functions of muscles, bones and connective tissue and how they work together in the matrix of the body. Using this knowledge as a background, you’ll learn how to identify imbalances in students as they perform asanas, and gain a greater understanding for how your own body moves in practice and in everyday life.
This workshop is designed for current yoga teachers, aspiring teachers and curious students to deepen their knowledge of yoga, the human body and explore new concepts. This “focused” weekend would be excellent for physical therapists, personal trainers and is an integral part of Infinite Yoga Teacher Training.
Dave Garza – Massage Therapist
Dave is a full-time massage therapist in San Diego and has been teaching yoga students, massage therapists and other health care professionals since 1997. He is certified with The National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork and is a certified Myoskelatal Therapist. A long time student of yoga, Dave has completed trainings with Matthew Sweeney & Mark Whitwell to name a few. “Studying physical anatomy continually helps me in my understanding of the mind/body unity. It is the main driving force motivating the classes I facilitate.”
“Dave’s humor and teaching style makes this subject less intimidating and much more easy to understand. I never would have thought learning anatomy could be so entertaining!” -BR, San Diego
Regular – $160 both days
Two people signing up together – $300 ($150 each)
IY Teacher Trainees – $150
This weekend workshop is 10 hours (5 hours each day from 1:00-6:00). Limited Space – Pre-Registration is required.
We will be using the text: The Key Poses to Hatha Yoga Vol II. You can purchase online or at Infinite Yoga. The book is required for Infinite Yoga Teacher Training. It is not essential for this weekend training but it will be useful if you have it. Also bring notebook, yoga mat, water bottle, healthy snack and wear comfortable clothes you can move in.