by Laurel Beversdorf
Resistance bands are commonly associated with physical therapy and fitness programs—not so much yoga asana settings. But if you’ve been practicing or teaching poses and sequences for years, bands can be invaluable tools that challenge you and your client's bodies and minds in new ways and keep them strong and agile. In this program Laurel teaches you body science, band techniques, and innovative practices, so you can increase resilience, enhance body perception... and pass these techniques on to your clientele.
Join Laurel Beversdorf—yoga and movement educator, creator of Body of Knowledge, modern movement science workshops, and co-founder of Movement Logic, online movement therapy tutorials— for this online course that shows you how to incorporate resistance bands into your practice and your training toolbox. Get ready to make exciting discoveries as learn how to help your client's build strength, flexibility, and precision. Thanks to the ways resistance bands inform awareness and control, you may feel some results right away.
|Module 1: Welcome! ||Module|
|Module 2: Introduction ||Module|
|Module 3: Beginner Sun Salutations ||Module|
|Module 4: Standing Poses ||Module|
|Module 5: Backbends ||Module|
|Module 6: Arm Balances ||Module|
|Module 7: Inversions ||Module|
|Module 8: Sitting Poses ||Module|
|Resistance Bands 101 Final Exam ||Module|
Laurel Beversdorf, YACEP, E-RYT 500, is an international yoga educator, the creator of Yoga with Resistance Bands classes and trainings and Body of Knowledge anatomy and biomechanics workshops, and a Yoga Tune Up® and Roll Model® trainer. Laurel regularly presents trainings and workshops at locations like Kripalu, YogaWorks, and studios around the world. Her classes blend strength training, rehabilitation practices, myofascial release, and yoga. Laurel has written for Yoga Journal, Shut Up & Yoga, and the Tune Up Fitness Blog. A Wisconsin native, she lives in New York City with her husband, baby girl, and two cats. ... read more.
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