WORKSHOP with special guest Robin Rothenberg
Safe and informed asana practice requires careful attention to cuing and the cultivation of interoceptive awareness within the student. In this workshop, Robin will guide teachers on how to slow down practice and take students into an educational experience of functional movement, utilizing adaptive asana coordinated with breath.
This focused and mindful process deepens practice for all levels of practitioners, as it allows time for internal assessment, assimilation, and refinement. It also uniquely builds confidence in students with limited ROM or who are working through areas of chronic pain and need practices that stabilize and strengthen without creating joint strain. Robin brings her expertise, accrued over 30 years of working as a yoga therapist and training teachers in the art of adaptation, to share with the SYA community.
Robin is the founder and program director of Essential Yoga Therapy, an IAYT accredited yoga therapy training program. She has a full-time practice as a yoga therapist on the east-side of Seattle, specializing in working with people with chronic pain, auto-immune, and neurological conditions. Robin has been training teachers for nearly 20 years and is highly respected in the field of yoga research with involvement in protocol development for several published NIH-funded studies. She is the author of the Essential Low Back Program and this fall her new book, Restoring Prana: A Therapeutic Guide to Pranayama and Healing through the Breath will be released. Learn more at essentialyogatherapy.com
$140 Early bird pricing through July 14
$165 Full price July 15 & after
This workshop is open to anyone, qualifies for Continuing Education Credits through Yoga Alliance, and is part of our 300-hour Advanced Teacher Training program. If you are taking this workshop toward your advanced teaching certification, please register for the 300-hour program online in advance.