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Anatomy of Hatha yoga teacher training
Open California Institute
Anatomy of Hatha yoga teacher training
Anatomy of Hatha yoga teacher training
The course was conducted by: Alexey Konstantinov Founder of the Ashtanga Yoga School, yoga therapist, yoga teacher. He was trained in Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga by David Svenson, Lino Miele, Petri Räisanen, Sheshadri and other Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga teachers.

160-offline workshop; 40- online hours
What is the target audience?

  • People of age over 18
  • People from any country
  • People with an interest in yoga
  • People with an interest in helping people to be healthier
What are the requirements?
You only need a computer with Internet connection
  • You only need a computer with Internet connection
  • Absolutely no experience is required.
The course shows you exactly how to work as a yoga instructor and become an expert!
The history of the creation of asanas and kinds of yoga. Critical approach to modern and traditional styles of yoga
Basic principles of building asanas (methodological tools for "creating" hatha yoga)
Anatomy of asanas: standing poses, back bends, forward fold (bends, flexion)
I Standing poses
■ Skeleton and movement
§ Anatomy of the spine
■ Symmetry and asymmetry
■ Features of standing poses
■ Four simple stretches in standing positions
■ Standing back bands
■ Standing fold forward and hip flexion
■ Lateral torso tilts
■ What makes an asana difficult?
■ Trikonasana series
■ Poses for developing balance
■ Benefits of standing asanas

Back bends
■ Anatomy of flexion and extension
■ Breathing and back bends
■ Urdhva Mukha Svanasana "cobra" and its variants
■ Shalabhasana
■ Dhanurasana
■ Knee joint in some back bends
■ Back bends in the supine position
■ Ushtrasana
■ Contraindications
■ Benefits

Side and forward folds
■ Anatomy of a tilt
■ Lumbar and lumbosacral flexion
■ Sacroiliac nutation and counternutation
■ Hip joints flexion
■ Ankle joints flexion
■ Contraindications and warnings
■ Posterior bending stretching (in forward folds)
■ Breathing
■ Mobility of the sacroiliac joint
■ Mobility of the hip joints
■ Useful effects
Effective skills and class design. The causes of the most common injuries in Hatha yoga and effective ways to avoid them
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