Anatomy 1.1

Anatomy 101 for Yoga teachers interested in expanding their knowledge

This anatomy course is an introduction to the structure and function of the musculoskeletal system as relevant for yoga teachers beginning their journey.

With clear, detailed, reinforced instruction through slideshows and supplemental lecture videos as well as sample exercises you can do and teach your students to educate them about how their body works and what muscles are being utilized in our common yoga postures as well as some light humor to keep you engaged and awake, Denver Clark's love for the human body is contagious.

Please take our introductory lecture as a gift and if you love our teaching style, register for the rest of our modules!

All students enrolled in our programs at Heartwood Retreat center in Bradenton, FL are given exclusive free access to these lectures at any time as part of their supplemental learning to our RYT200 and RYT300/500 teacher training immersions and ongoing training programs.

What's included?

5 Videos
5 Quizzes
Ginny Shaddock
Ginny Shaddock

About the instructor

Ginny East Shaddock is an ERYT-500 yoga teacher, a certified yoga therapist with IAYT (International Association of Yoga Therapists), a Reiki Master and a trained Ayurveda Counselor from the Kerala Institute, India and a registered member of the National Ayurveda Medical Association. She has a BA in Business Management from Eckerd College and a Masters of Fine Arts in creative writing from Lesley University. Her extensive background in dance, yoga and the healing arts have helped her create a multi-faceted school with an educational program that combines arts awareness, physical training and mind-body awareness for ever-broadening learning experiences. She is the owner and director of  Heartwood Yoga Institute, and the founder of the Florida Reiki Association, as well as Yoga for the Balanced Child, a YA certification program designed to qualify teachers to share yoga with children ages 3-teen.

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