300 Hour Module: The Psoas & SI Joint, and How They Affect Yoga
The Psoas, sometimes referred to as the seat of the soul, is a critical and sometimes overlooked muscle in yoga asana. This module will focus heavily on the function of the psoas muscle and SI joint in the body and how they are fundamental in the yoga asana practice.
Students will learn how to identify proper movement techniques to support and strengthen these deep anatomical structures, as well as learn how to teach yoga asana in relation to them.
The content in this module will be comprised of lecture/discussion/guided practice/peer teaching.
This module will be taught by Jay MacDonald and Leigh-Ann Renz. To learn more about them, click here.
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