We are delighted that Julie Gudmestad is returning to London in 2013. Well known for her articles in Yoga Journal, Julie is a hugely popular and inspirational Yogacampus visitor, whose teaching encompasses not just anatomy theory, but also highly practical asana and sequencing tips, all taught with great imagination and humour.
In this two day workshop, we will explore muscle imbalances in the foot, leg and hip. These imbalances can contribute to recurrent pain, joint and muscle strain and balance problems for yoga students. Learn to see misalignments caused by these imbalances and learn yoga postures and sequences to help correct alignment, improve movement patterns and strengthen muscles to help stabilise vulnerable joints. Topics to be addressed include flat arches, hyperextended knees and arthritis of the hip.
While the classes will not present a “cookbook” approach to problem solving, they will be most helpful for teachers wanting to help students partake of a safe and healing yoga practice. The classes are also appropriate for students with these problems, although they should have at least a year of yoga experience and be able to perform basic yoga postures.
Please note that, as the material presented is sequential, it is not possible to book single days of this workshop.
And Julie will be coming back to do a Manchester yoga workshop on 14 and 15 September.
Julie Gudmestad has been active in Portland, Oregon, as a yoga teacher and licensed physical therapist for over 30 years. Her yoga teaching is primarily informed by the Iyengar method, with modifications to the traditional approach that have significantly enhanced its effectiveness, safety and clarity. Julie has integrated Western medical knowledge with yoga training into a unique teaching style. Read Julie Gudmestad's full biography.
For yoga teachers, trainee teachers, and all yoga students with at least one year’s regular asana practice.This training counts as an approved electives for the Yogacampus Yoga Therapy Diploma.
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Thursday 20 and Friday 21 June 2013
9.30am to 1.00pm and 2.30 to 5.30pm each day
Maximum participants: 50
Total hours: 13
A very knowledgeable and inspiring teacher.Hilary Perkins on Anatomy, Alignment and Asana, July 2010
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