We are honored to have Lori coming for the second year to Barcelona from New York to share her expansive yoga anatomy knowledge.
Learn Anatomy in Action! Lori and Olga will address most common questions with asanas in 3 modules: standing postures, seated forward bends and twists and backbends. "Why do I have pain in lower back while folding forward? Why stabilizing pelvis in seated or standing twists? - these and more questions will be covered to help you know what exactly is going on in the anatomy of the body and understand the postures on a deeper level. You will also have time to ask any anatomical questions about your personal practice during the asana laboratory.
18 – 20:00 Meet Lori. Introduction to Basic Anatomy.
10:00 – 12:00 Module 1: Anatomy in Standing Postures
12 – 14:00 Asana Class with focus on Standing postures, balancing and forward bends
14 – 16:00 break for lunch
16 – 18:00 Module 2: Anatomy in Seated Forward bends
18 – 20:00 Asana laboratory (bring up your personal questions about anatomy in either standing postures or forward bends)
10 – 12:00 Module 3: Anatomy in twists and backbends
12 – 14:00 Asana Class with focus on anatomy for Twists and Back bends
14 – 16:00 break for lunch
16 – 18:00 Asana Lab where you can ask any questions about your personal practice.
Lori also will be available for a limited number of hourly private sessions. If interested, please email to Olga at email@example.com to schedule your session.
JYB montly pass holders and Jivamukti teachers, if paid before Apr. 25th – 190 euros; after Apr. 25th – 220.
All other participants: Early Bird discount before April 25th – 220 euros
After April 25th – 250 euros
One day (Saturday or Sunday) – 100 euros before April 25, 120 euros after April 25.
Friday + Sat/Sun – 120 euros before April 25th, 140 after April 25.
For payment options please visit this event page on our website: www.jivamuktiyogabarcelona. com
About Lori Zucker:
Lori S. Zucker, PT, DPT, MA, CYT has been a physical therapist for over 30 years and a dedicated yogi since 2001. She is primarily a clinician who has been integrating yoga and yogic principles into her practice for many years. Lori has been an adjunct professor at Rutgers University’s physical therapy program for over 20 years helping to bring a clinical perspective to new generations of physical therapists. She was recognized by the APTAnj with an Excellence in Clinical Teaching Award. Lori teaches basic and advanced anatomy workshops for people who want to be yoga instructors or who are interested in enhancing their knowledge.
More about Lori and her work: www.yogianatomy.com