What I’m Saving for…

My friend, Noam Renov, just told me about this upcoming anatomy class with Jason Brown and I am dying to take it. ommm

Here’s some more info just in case you are interested:

Anatomy Studies for Yoga Teachers (ASFYT) was created by Jason R. Brown (E-RYT500, LMT) to offer yoga teachers, personal trainers and other movement professionals the opportunity to receive an in-depth education in musculo-skeletal anatomy and the study of human movement, in general but also particularly as it applies to the practice of yoga asana.  It is a further goal of ASFYT to help raise the bar for yoga teacher education in the areas of anatomy study and injury prevention, to better qualify yoga teachers to serve the populations that they work with in a safe and effective way, while at the same time helping to ensure the successful future of yoga in America.
The main course currently offered is Musculo-Skeletal Anatomy & Kinesiology for Yoga Teachers, which consists of  90-hours of instruction in three part

  • The Skeletal System & Injury Prevention (34 hours
  • The Muscular System (28 hours)
  • The Kinesiology of Yoga Asana (28 hours)
  • Registration is currently open for the following course options, which begin in the Fall of 2009:

    Tuesday/Thursday Afternoon Option
    Begins Tuesday September 22nd
    Meets every T/TH from 1:30-4:30pm

    Meets every Saturday from 1:30-4:30p

    If you’d like to be sure to receive information about upcoming workshops and/or courses, please join the ASFYT mailing list by clicking the link below.  If you have any questions, you may contact Jason directly at 646.496.5526, or email him at jasonraybrown@mac.com.


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