Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Subtle and Gross Anatomy for Yoga Teachers

The subtle and gross (ew - not really!) anatomy for yoga teachers is coming up quick. There is still space available for anyone who's already a yoga teacher or for someone who's got a strong practice and keen interest in some of the more finer details of anatomy as it pertains to yoga.

Gayle Poapst (Gayatri) has been a yoga teacher in the Kemptville area for the past decade (she was in a teacher training I was a part of years ago!) and is using her nursing experience as well as her more recent deep exploration of the subtle aspects of anatomy through her studies in India with Vishvaji from World Conscious Yoga Family.

Gayle founded the Bodhi Tree Yoga Centre in Kemptville, outside Ottawa some years ago and now hosts regular classes as well as being eastern Ontario's home of Akhanda Yoga. In addition to all of this, she's also in her second year of yoga therapy training in the Krishnamacharya tradition, which is held in India.

We are excited that Gayle has agreed to be our subject matter expert in this area and the course will be an experiential look at how the body we can see with our physical eyes and our body we can see with our inner eye and guidance, are intricately related.

Please join us for this 20 hour course. The course also includes homework and yes, there will be a test.

Cost: $480 + HST

Course hours:

Tuesday, September 3, 1 pm - 7 pm
Thursday, September 5, 9 am - 7 pm
Tuesday, September 10, 1 pm - 5 pm

Location: Old Ottawa South

Makata Living Yoga School is recognized by the Yoga Alliance at the 200 and 500 hour levels.

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