Yoga at the Village Continuing Education Workshop Series*
for teachers and students interested in deepening their practice
Part One: Functional Anatomy – Core & Lower Body
February 23, 2013
1:00 – 5:00pm
(Workshops may be taken individually or as a series
and will be limited to a small number of students.)
Please register early.
In this 2-part workshop series, you will discover ways of viewing your body and experiences from a holistic perspective. This unique series provides understanding of the details in anatomy by exploring the concept of yoga (union) and how it applies to our physical being.
Appropriate for teachers and interested students of yoga, pilates, exercise, bodywork, dance and movement arts, particularly where there is an element of mind-body emphasis, this is an applied anatomy studies course like no other!
2 Saturdays, February 23 and March 2, 2013 1:00 – 5:00pm
Functional Anatomy – Core & Lower Body
Functional Anatomy – Core & Upper Body
Parts one and two may be taken individually but will be beneficial together.
Both sessions include a great mix of both movement and discussion.
*Teachers: This class series satisfies the anatomy CEU requirement
toward Yoga Alliance renewal. Earn 3 continuing education units per workshop.
Russ teaches anatomy for teacher training programs throughout the US. He approaches anatomy from a holistic and integrated perspective, drawing from the depth of his trainings across the spectrum of body-mind disciplines. He presents technical information in an engaging, practical and entertaining manner. Russ’ method of teaching yoga is grounded in sound anatomical understanding of the body from his 15 years experience as a bodyworker and Rolfer. His yoga studies, mostly through the Iyengar system, have been comprehensive and diverse within a variety of styles. He has studied with numerous teachers including Richard Freeman, Dona Holleman, Shandor Remete, Rodney Yee, Manouso Manos and Lisa Walford. He informs his understanding of the human system through other movement modalities such as Tai Chi, Feldenkrais Method, Continuum Movement and Alexander Technique. He has taught anatomy and movement at yoga teacher trainings, University of California Irvine and the Rolf Institute. He lectures regularly on the evolution of human movement for the Anthropology Department at LA City College.
Single Workshop Fee: $50
$90 if registering for BOTH Workshops.
Register online, by phone, in person or snail mail.
Workshop refund requests are available 24 hours before
the workshop start date and are subject to a 25% administrative fee.