Presented by Hansa Knox, C-IAYT, LMT, KCYT
February 20 & 21, 2021
Meets 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Early registration discounts available
My Body Says What! Body Reading for Yoga Therapists
Posture and alignment have a double-edge interpretation. We mimic our parents’ posture. We have physical and congenital structure that affects our posture. More importantly, in Yoga we teach that the body is the Silent Communicator of the Spirit; our body mirrors the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual stories of our life. The subtle energies governing this include the pranavayu, chakra, nadi, dosha, kosha and consciousness.
This workshop explores “reading the body.”
We will explore reading the physical and subtle energies of a client’s body. We will look at the ancient teachings and how they may be interpreted that allows the body to become a Silent Communicator. The information will be translated to the practical applications of reading a yoga therapy client’s body for the purposes of understanding the client and knowing limitations to provide adaptive protocol, and ultimately, to support our awareness of what impact our yoga therapy guidance has on their body, mind, emotions and Spirit.
This course is designed for Professional Yoga Therapists or Yoga Therapists-in-Training. Senior Yoga Teachers may be allowed to attend based on permission of the instructor. Please email us to schedule an interview with Hansa: email@example.com
About the Instructor:
Hansa Knox, C-IAYT, LMT, KCYT left the corporate world in 1988 and received her Yoga certification at the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health. Continuing to study, she explores Vedic Chanting, Ayurveda, Yoga Therapy, and other Yoga tools. Yoga is the ‘bright star’ in her life. Through it, she has found tools for enhancing her understanding of her world. This has offered her insights into the collaboration of the Body, Mind, and Spirit. She is a Holistic Lifestyle Facilitator and her therapeutic work includes Yoga Therapy and Massage. Hansa is dedicated to offering excellent trainings for yoga teachers.