Oct. 12 & 13, 2019 at Juicy Power Yoga: Muscles, Bones and Movement Workshop Series
These workshops are developed from 20 years of practice, 10 years of teaching (with plenty of mistakes along the way!) and intensive training with her teachers. It also includes the privilege of detailed, informative conversations regarding injury prevention with licensed physical therapists. This is a brief culmination of key regions of the body that could use simple, common sense upgrades to keep yoga modern and accessible. We will explore simple, anatomical shifts which create a stronger understanding of your body and allow you to explore challenges (and challenging poses) on a stable platform.
6 hours of CE available
Oct. 12 from 12pm to 2pm. MBM: Hips to Feet
Oct. 12 from 3pm to 5pm. MBM: Hips, Spine and Core
Oct. 13 from 12pm to 2pm. MBM: Shoulders
Nov. 15, 2019 at Source Yoga Tacoma: Muscles Bones and Movement ~ Flow Your Own Way
Even the simplest of yoga poses have a lot of moving parts. Let’s take a step back and dive deep to make poses accessible and sustainable. We will unpack some basic anatomy and apply it immediately in a physical practice for a clear understanding of how your individual body works. Learn how to use your hands to adjust your body for direct feedback. Discover powerful, integrated poses that resonate comfort especially around chronically stressed joints. Explore and enjoy a modern way of moving and mindfulness you can apply immediately – even in your next class!
1pm – 3 pm
Jan. 23 – 26, 2019: Northwest Yoga Conference
Use Your Words: Hands Off Assisting
Teaching students asana and about their bodies is a delicate balance between tedious and a “safe space” for all students. Not every cue lands exactly how you want in a group setting. While you cannot keep everyone safe in every class, you can teach students how to adjust themselves through simple, creative cues in the flow of class. Learn to guide students with self-adjustments and mindful techniques that create “a-ha’ moments without the need of hands-on assisting. Create an individual experience in a group class of any size filled with plenty of dynamic movement. A variety of techniques will be practiced through a simple asana practice.
Feb – Nov 2020: 200 Hour Teacher Training, 10 Weekend Intensives
Source Yoga in Tacoma is taking applications for their 200-hour teacher training in 2020. Whether you wish to learn more about your personal practice or share your knowledge through teaching others, Source Yoga’s training will provide strong foundational alignment in conjunction with mindful meditation. As part of the faculty, Suzanne is teaching applied anatomy.