SUSTAINABLE VINYASA YOGA - PREVENTING EXERCISE INJURY

Led by: Stephanie Adams

PART TWO:
spine, shoulders/wrists, twists & backbends; practice identifying joint action & muscle contraction

Saturday, September 30 & Sunday, October 1
12:00pm-6:00pm

The Pad Studios
1694 Union Street
San Francisco, CA 94123

$171 early bird / price rises to $189 on July 30!

 

 

PART ONE: 
intro to sustainable vinyasa yoga

Saturday, June 24 | 1:00pm-4:00pm
The Pad Studios
1694 Union Street
San Francisco, CA 94123

$49 (bring a friend for FREE!)

In our time together, we will learn and practice simple principles of alignment in fundamental exercises/poses based on essentials of hatha yoga/functional movement biomechanics. Aligning with the sacred energy flow of the body is the simplest way to tap into your pranic vitality and return to the natural alignment that is your true nature. This training will give you options to refine your practice and teachings so that they become even more sustainable regardless of your lineage or dedicated asana style. These functional fundamentals are prehabilitative exercises that aim to prevent injuries before they can occur by bringing the body into its natural state of balance. Our time together will include areas most prone to injury in modern active yoga styles: the wrist, lumbar and cervical spine, and hips/knees! Sustainable Vinyasa Yoga creates a good understanding, body awareness, and integration between movement therapeutics and active styles of movement and yoga.  

Susi Hately Aldous' book - Anatomy & Asana - Preventing Yoga Injury is a highly recommended book for this portion of the training.

About Stephanie Adams:

Stephanie Adams ERYT 500, has been a devoted yogi and teacher trainer for 22 years. She has trained teachers throughout North America (25 states and 3 provinces), in Mexico, and in Rishikesh and Mysore, India. Her inspiration is to share Yoga in ways that are meaningful to you energetically and spiritually. Her teaching is also uniquely grounded in preventing yoga injuries so that you can continue your practice for the rest of your life – approaching yoga not from what’s trendy, but from what’s sacred, sustainable, and revolutionary. Stephanie is the Creator of Flow Yoga Community in Hood River, Jaya Yoga Teacher Training RYS 200 and 500, YogaFit Kids Teacher Training, Cancer Exercise Training Institute – Yoga Training, and True Nature ~ A Summer Yoga Gathering. Stephanie is also certified as a Cancer Exercise Specialist, Orthopedic Exercise Specialist, and an ACE Personal Trainer since 1998. You can find her studio at http://www.flowhoodriver.com