The Pelvic Floor Workshop
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Anatomy for yogi workshop
Always wondered what your yoga teachers meant when they talked about ‘lengthen your hamstrings’, ‘stretch your piriformis’, ‘engage your core muscles’… ?
Have you had issues practicing yoga due to a previous injury?
Or are you just interested in learning more about your body?
If you have answered yes to any of these questions, then this workshop is for you!
During the workshop Marie will take you through the main muscles used in yoga and how to activate or stretch them. This will help you to deepen your practice following your body and will help prevent injury.
Marie has this innate ability to make anatomy learning interesting and fun. This workshop is a great mix between theory and practice. You will leave feeling more knowledgeable and confident about your body.
Anatomy for yoga teachers and yoga teacher training
Are you looking for a musculoskeletal anatomy expert for the yoga teachers in your studio or for your next yoga teacher training?
Marie can design anatomy workshops suited to your needs. She has taught musculoskeletal anatomy extensively for the last 6 years for massage students and since 2015 she started developing anatomy workshops for yoga teachers and yoga teachers in training. The workshop can be followed by a visit to the anatomy lab at the University of Newcastle.
‘Shout out to Marie Gab,
I want to say a huge THANK YOU for organising that wet lab visit at UON last week.
I came home, got my Lesley Kaminov book out and now have a new clarity on anatomy. Yes, we see it in books, in the class room, but to actually see and feel major muscles, like the hamstring, the psoas, the sciatic nerve etc was Amazing.
I encourage all Yoga teachers to accept Marie’s kind invite if another opportunity comes up. Yes I was worried it would be gory, but it was fascinating, a real privilege.
Thanks again Marie xx’
Francesca Davy, Yoga Teacher, Newcastle
‘100% agree it was such an awesome experience – can’t wait to be able to do it again – so much knowledge – so grateful’
Sarah Truman, Yoga Teacher, Newcastle