Making Vinyasa Yoga Safe and Therapeutic
J. Brown is a yoga teacher, writer, and founder of Abhyasa Yoga Center in Brooklyn, New York. A teacher for 15 years, he is known for his pragmatic approach to teaching personal, breath-centered, therapeutic yoga…
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For teachers and interested students at all levels.
Learn how to apply the core principles of therapeutic yoga to a conventional vinyasa class. By establishing basic safety protocols, you can prevent injuries and get the maximum benefit from your yoga practice.
In this workshop, you explore
- Methods for safely incorporating therapeutic yoga into group classes
- The role that breath plays in supporting the body
- The effects of different sequencing and pacing in group flow classes
- Techniques for teaching diverse populations and multilevel students
- The teacher/student relationship.
Whether you’re a beginner interested in starting a safe yoga practice, a more experienced practitioner with injuries, or a teacher wanting to ensure safe and favorable outcomes for your students, you can do away with unintended consequences and nurture your practice as a form of preventive care.
J. Brown has designed a workshop that is responsive to your needs and provides each participant with an individual assessment.
- 18.5 credits for Yoga Alliance (YA), $30 additional charge
- 18.5 credits for Athletic Trainers (BOC), $30 additional charge
Call To Register
- room & meals pricing
Online registration is not available for this program. Please call 866.200.5203 to register.
9:00 am–5:00 pm, Monday–Friday
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Choice of Accommodations
Rates below reflect total housing costs for all program nights.
The dorms allow for 5–22 people per room, and offer simple bunk beds and nearby hall bathrooms.
- Standard Rooms
- $452 and up
These spare and peaceful rooms measure 8' x 12' and include a double or queen-size bed or platform twin beds.
- Standard Plus Rooms
- $688 and up
These quiet rooms are perfect for those who want a real retreat, and include simple décor, a double or queen-size bed, or twin beds.Learn More