Structural Anatomy of Yoga Training – NEXT WEEKEND!!

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Structural Anatomy of Yoga

With Chrys Kub PT, E-RYT 500, Physical Therapist, Instructor Yoga Club Teacher Training

* Functional Anatomy & Kinesiology
* Understand major bones, joints, & muscles of the body
* Learn to identify normal postural alignment and common
misalignments and imbalances
* Learn to cue students for a more effective & safe practice

Cost: $275 Pre-Paid 15 Days in Advance; $325 Walk-In
Location: East Cobb Yoga / Lisa Jones
4950 Olde Towne Pkwy. Marietta, Georgia 30068
Hours: Friday 6-9 pm, Saturday & Sunday 9am – 6 pm
Eligible for 23.75 hours (21 contact hours; 2.75 non-contact hours) towards the 200 or 500 Hour TT, Therapeutic Yoga Certification, or CEC’s

WORKSHOP OPEN TO ALL! This workshop is open to all, the serious student looking to deepen their practice, or anyone pursuing their 200 Hour, 500 Hour, 800 Hour, or Therapeutic Yoga Certification. Yoga Club is a registered yoga school with Yoga Alliance and a member school with IAYT, the International Association of Yoga Therapists.

Weekend Immersion ~ Functional Anatomy and Kinesiology With Chrys Kub, ERYT 500, Physical Therapist
Instructor with Yoga Club Teacher Training

This Anatomy & Kinesiology Immersion will help you gain a working knowledge of the major bones, joints, and muscles of the body and how they work together to perform movement and breath. You will learn to identify normal postural alignment, as well as common misalignments and imbalances that occur. You will learn how to cue your students to achieve a more effective and safe practice. The knowledge gained will be applied through break out sessions and yoga practice. Through the knowledge gained in this immersion you will be better able to cater your classes to meet the needs of your students. Please come with a foundational knowledge of anatomy via the pre-reading requirements below, which will allow you to explore more deeply the information presented while in class.


The participant will identify key structural components of the body and understand how they function in relation to both movement and breath.

The participant will understand and evaluate postural alignment and recognize common misalignments that occur in the typical yoga student.

The participant will be able to analyze common asanas and determine how ROM and Strength are being utilized.

The participant will understand and be able to teach select yoga breathing techniques.

When given a case study of situations that occur in typical yoga students, the participant will design and teach a short practice, tailored to address the needs of the students in the case study.

The participant will learn to recognize when a student is injured and understand when yoga therapy or medical attention is needed.

You Tube Video about Yoga Club’s Structural Anatomy Immersion:

Required Reading: The Key Poses of Hatha Yoga by Ray Long; Sample View of Book; Yoga Anatomy by Leslie Kaminoff (Required for 200 Hour Students, Recommended for 500 Hour).

About Chrys Kub,PT ERYT 500

Chrys Kub is a physical therapist and a yoga therapist. She is an active member of the International Association of Yoga Therapists and a practicing physical therapist for the past 25 years. Chrys is the program director for Yoga Club teacher trainings 200/500/Yoga Therapy. Chrys has led teacher trainings throughout the country with specialization in yoga therapy, developing her own course called Structural Assessment for Yoga Therapy. She has presented at national conferences for yoga and yoga therapy. Currently she works as a physical therapist in home health and has a private practice BalancedBody Yoga Therapy. Chrys is an active member of the International Association of Yoga Therapists.

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East Cobb Yoga
Olde Towne Athletic Club
4950 Olde Towne Pkwy,
Marietta, GA 30068
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