Making Sense of the Shoulder: Applied Anatomy Series
The structure of the shoulder gives remarkable freedom for movement, and the surrounding muscles and connective tissue provide stability and strength. While strong and capable, the shoulder also has significant potential for injury and is a common source of pain among yogis. Are you interested in learning the details of shoulder function and applying them to your practice and teaching?
Join physical therapist, yoga instructor, and all-around anatomy enthusiast Jen Wilking for a 4-week series with designed to help you make sense of the shoulder. You’ll explore structure and biomechanics, analyze common injuries and learn to prevent them, experience the concepts in yoga poses, and incorporate them into your (and your students’) yoga practice. This series is perfect for yoga teachers and trainees who want to clearly integrate anatomy into their classes, anatomy fans, and anybody desiring to more fully understand this important joint!
Week 1: More Than Meets the Eye - the bones and joints of the shoulder
Week 2: The Dance of the Shoulder Muscles - the integration of muscles large & small
Week 3: When Things Go Wrong - common shoulder injuries & conditions
Week 4: Pay It Forward - review, brainstorm, and share yoga applications
Where: Kindness Yoga Hilltop
When: Friday afternoons from 11 am to 3:30 pm,
January 19th, January 26th, February 2, & February 9th
Investment: $250 per person
*20% discount for annual and autopay members, Kindness teachers & staff, enrolled YTT students and students that graduated within the last year, and Kindness ambassadors
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