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Anatomy Of Movement - Modern Evolution of Yoga With Lara Heinmann

Friday, February 07, 2020 - Sunday, February 09, 2020

07:00 PM - 04:00 PM

Hot Yoga Dublin

Unit 5, Block 4, Burnell Green, Northern Cross, Malahide Road, Dublin 17

A Weekend Intensive for Yoga Teachers (16hrs CPD)


Anatomy of Movement:

The Modern Evolution of Yoga with Lara Heimann


Your body already knows what science continues to support: Movement is medicine!

In this anatomy-based training, explore how yoga must evolve to meet the needs of our modern bodies using Lara's Yoga Technique (LYT) Method, developed by FUNCTIONAL yoga pioneer Lara Heimann.

Through discussion, Q&A, partner work, and hand on LYT techniques, you will learn how to

 *  Enhance your movement patterns on and off the mat

 *  Increase connection to your physical and spiritual core

 *  Apply relevant anatomy and physiology to yoga

 *  Remedy common imbalances through functional yoga and myofascial techniques

 *  Cultivate a strong, sustainable long-term yoga practice and build more CONFIDENCE in your teaching

Come find freedom through smarter and safer movement patterns in your yoga practice and transform how you guide others!

Friday Evening: Master Class “ The Triple S” Way 

7pm - 8.30pm

This class is based on Lara’s principle of lining up the three S’s- skull, scapulae, and sacrum- to discover more optimal posture and demonstrate how this awareness can be applied in your movements on the yoga mat. Join her for this 90 minuter experience that will connect you to your core and refine the way you move and feel! 

This class is a stand-alone practice or an introduction to the weekend intensive. 

Saturday: Restructure Your Body and Teaching 

9.30am - 4.30pm

Our day begins with a two- hour class followed by discussion of movement requirements and why “neutral” posture matters.

Movement is created from key components (mobility, stability, and adaptability) that are generated by neurophysiological players. We will deep dive in to the systems that affect movement and how we can retrain better movement patterns in our yoga teaching and practice. 

In the afternoon session, you can expect to:

•learn the importance of “neutral” posture for movement efficiency and variability 

•identify typical postural deviations, subsequent imbalances, and discuss how static posture relates to movement dysfunction

• discuss functional physiology and learn how to apply physiological principles to improve movement

*dissect the kinetic chain of movement and biomechanics of yoga to improve the neuromuscular control of the body

• differentiate movement of the hip and movement of the pelvis 

Sunday: Get Up and Go: Training For Life 

9.00am - 4.00pm

Our day begins with a two-hour class followed by discussion. The day will continue to broaden your knowledge of functional anatomy, retraining movement and posture, and the importance of core integration. We will dive deeper into how balance in the fascia impacts breath and adaptability in the body (your “readiness” to get up a go!).

In the afternoon session, you can expect to:

• understand the role of muscle function in movement

• focus on key areas of muscular weakness and learn how to improve motor firing through physical therapy- LYT method informed drills

• practice myofascial techniques to improve areas of overactivity and fascial restrictions 

• learn core-focused drills to enhance breath capacity and adaptability in movement 

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