Anatomy in Action | 20hr YACEP®

Starts 14th March 2021

Anatomy in Action | 20hr YACEP®

Starts 14th March 2021 with Elodie Frati at the studio

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ANATOMY IN ACTION 20HR TRAINING

•  18hr Contact, 2hr Assignments
•  Yoga Alliance Registered YACEP® with Elodie Frati E-RYT 500
•  Starts 14th March 2021

OBJECTIVE OF THE COURSE

Made it through your 200hrs, but either thirsty for more, or feel like you need to revisit some of the content? This course could be for you!

Whilst a good understanding of anatomical theory is fantastic, being able to apply your understanding to what you see in class is crucial.  Amongst other things, will be looking at some of the core principles of alignment as well as those surrounding mobility and stability. We will take a closer look at our nervous system and how it is a central part of the way we apprehend and execute movement.

We will learn more about the way muscles function and about the principles of tissue repair in injury, but also think about longer term pain, and delve into some of the science that surrounds it. Finally we will consider the variables that come with individual anatomy, and the ways in which we may need to adapt our sequencing and language to suit different abilities and different bodies.

The course is designed to encourage you to think critically about the information you come across and allow you to make informed decisions in your teaching.

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DATES & TIMES

14 March | 28 March | 18th April | 30th May

Sundays 2pm – 6.30pm

Open to all yoga teachers with RYT 200 qualification

COURSE FEE

£200

You have the option to attend each session either online or at the studio. For each session you attend at the studio, an additional payment of £25 will apply.

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Just to say a MAHOOSIVE thanks for all your teaching over the course. It taught me a ton and in a way that improved how I can teach. Thank you, thank you!

-Matt

EVENT FACILITATORS

Elodie Frati
Teacher Training
Elodie wasn’t always a mover: it took the whole of 18 months before she decided it might be interesting to see what happened on the other side of the room, and therefore get up and walk! Since then, however, there has been no looking back. Moving to the UK from her native France to train as a contemporary dancer, she discovered yoga for its physical benefits,…
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