In the physical yoga practice, we stretch MUSCLES and yet, most of the cues are tailored towards bone alignment. If we aim to stretch muscles shouldn’t the cues also be about MUSCLES?
This 20-hour teacher training will dive into the Body Smart Yoga method and functionality on understanding the asanas as they relate to muscular engagements versus bone alignments.
We will approach the anatomy of asanas in relevant and easy-to-digest way. We will debunk some old myths around yoga cues and assists and look into how yoga can be modified to fit the modern-day yogi and their daily life. This training is an integrative experience mixing drills, adjustments, flows, and lectures to better understand from every learning style and perspective.
• 20 Hour Yoga Alliance CEU Credits with certificates
• Take home knowledge assessment package
date & time.
3 – 5 march 2023
The Flow Studio, Damansara Heights
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About Hiro Landazuri
Hiro Landazuri (@actionhiro) first connected with yoga almost 20 years ago to help with running-related injuries. The challenging aspects of the practice and the stress relief that came with it immediately drew him in.
While working on his biochemistry degree and conducting research as an undergrad, Hiro decided to take a break from academia. With years of yoga practice under his belt, he began teaching classes in 2007. He went back to college to finish his degree after a series of life changes and entered a rigorous graduate medical program that focused on heart transplant surgery. He left the field after realizing it wasn’t the right path for him and dove right back into teaching yoga.
Come experience Hiro’s unique approach to yoga – introducing knowledge of the anatomy and physiology of the human body, applying it in various movement patterns and then implementing it in a dynamic yoga practice, so that the practitioner no longer modifies around injury but understands concrete action to take towards healing and advancement in their practice and teaching.
Who is this training for?
The yoga teacher: If you’ve ever had a student ask you specific questions around alignment or sensations in their body and you may not know exactly how to explain what they are experiencing in a direct and comprehensive way.
The curious student: If yoga is a regular part of your life and you want to deepen the understanding of your practice by detecting when you feel discomfort on and off the mat sooner. You will be able to assess where and why that is and how you can personally alleviate tension.
Day 1 | March 3, 5:30 – 8:30pm
Day 2 and 3 | March 4 and 5, 8:30am – 6pm
* 8:30 – 10:30am: Morning Practice
* 11am – 12:30pm: Lecture
* 12:30 – 1:30pm: Lunch / Break
* 1:30 – 2:30pm: Lecture
* 2:30 – 4:30pm: Drills
* 4:30 – 6:00pm: Adjustments and assists