Anatomy and Physiology of Yoga Online Course
$AUD 587.00–$AUD 647.00
Enhance your yoga practice and/or become a better yoga teacher with Bianca Machliss and Simon Borg-Olivier’s ‘Anatomy & Physiology of Yoga’ online course. The course is essential for yoga practitioners who have embraced yoga as a life-long practice. Bianca and Simon’s combined expertise ensures students don’t adopt an incorrect practice that could potentially lead to injury. The course provides students and teachers with the necessary knowledge and skills to get the most out of their (or their students’) yoga practice.
The course is 120 hours online and worth 60 CEP points credited with Yoga Australia. Choose whether you study the course over three or six months (select below)
Note: ‘‘Anatomy & Physiology of Yoga’ is part of Yoga Synergy’s 200h yoga teacher training course, along with Yoga Synergy’s ‘Advanced Yoga Fundamentals: Essentials for teaching yoga‘ online course.
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‘Anatomy & Physiology of Yoga’ is a practical course, taught in a similar fashion to a yoga workshop. It provides yoga teachers and students with the knowledge and skills to understand how the body works while it practises the asanas (poses and postures), vinyasas (dynamic exercises that combine movement with breath) and pranayamas (breath-control exercises) of hatha yoga.
About the Teachers
- Bianca is the co-founder and owner of Yoga Synergy and has over 27 years experience teaching yoga, managing a studio and creating a community. Bianca and Simon’s shared passion for yoga has led to the creation of Yoga Synergy daily yoga classes, workshops, teacher training courses and international events.
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- Simon is the co-founder and owner of Yoga Synergy and has over 33 years experience teaching yoga, inspiring people all around the world. Bianca and Simon’s shared passion for yoga has led to the creation of Yoga Synergy daily yoga classes, workshops, teacher training courses and international events.
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Study over 12 Weeks (3 months), Study over 26 Weeks (6 months)