I’ll be teaching 3 Yoga Therapy Workshops, each addressing a different area of the body:
February 18th, March 18th, April 8th, 2017

Saturday February 18th, 2-4:30pm: Core

Strong and mobile back and abdominal muscles are the key to tapping into our power in all of our movements, whether on the mat or in our day to day life. In this creative and playful 2.5 hour workshop, we’ll explore these muscles, and learn new ways to tone. If you’re ready to conquer plank pose, balance postures or press up into a handstand, or your going to freak out if you do another boring crunch, this workshop is just the ticket!

Saturday March 18th,
2-4:30pm:
 Hips and Legs

In this 2.5 hour Yoga Therapy workshop, we’ll explore basic anatomy and biomechanics of the hips and legs. If your hips ache after a few breaths in Warrior 3 or Half Moon, or you sit for work all day and your hips and legs need some love, this is just what the Yoga teacher order
ed! We’ll play with Therabands and tennis balls in yoga asana, empowering you with the tools you need to transform your body and posture practice. Come learn and play together in community!

Saturday April 8th, 2-4:30pm:
Neck, Shoulders, and Upper Back

If you have a tight neck and upper back, shoulder weakness or injury, or want to gain strength and mobility in your upper body, this workshop is for you! 

In this 2.5 hour workshop, we’ll explore the basic anatomy and biomechanics of the neck, upper back, and shoulders. By learning about your own body, you can tailor your yoga practice to improve your postures and regain optimal function. 

Each workshop costs $35. Register for all three workshops for $85 (a savings of $20!) If you’ve attended a previous yoga therapy workshop, join me again as you will learn new tricks and techniques for continued support on your path. 

To register call 503-241-5058 or visit Yogabhoga.com

 

BIO

Emily Light has been studying and practicing yoga for 14 years, and teaching for 9 years. She began formally studying yoga therapy in Southern India, under the guidance of Swami Turyeananada, in 2010. Here she learned the classical therapeutics of asana, pranayama, mantra and meditation. She began a private yoga therapy practice when she returned to the states in 2011. In the summer of 2015, Emily graduated from a two year yoga therapy training to complete her 500 hours, with Sarahjoy Marsh. Emily is a certified yoga therapist through the International Association of Yoga Therapists .

This form of Yoga Therapy, utilizes the modern tools of Physical Therapy including Swiss Balls, Therabands, and Foam Rollers to address muscular imbalances. In her private practice, Emily specializes in helping students strengthen and rehabilitate from injuries and general structural imbalances. She also works in the realm of yoga psychology, by using the inner traditions of yoga to help students understand the mind, and learn to transform their experience of life.