4/7 & 4/8 Principles of Pranayama for Yoga Therapy
April 7 @ 12:30 pm - April 8 @ 5:30 pm$299
For Yoga Teachers: April 7th & 8th, 2017
This 10-hour Fundamental Weekend Intensive is led by Yoga Therapist Megan McCarver. This intensive lays down the foundation for trainees in all levels of our programming to gain a correct and thorough understanding of the energetic body, as well as tools and practices towork with this layer. Trainees willlearn the proper techniques of various pranayama practices that range from the most basic to the most advanced; as well as the discernment of how to correctly apply such practices.
Pranayama is more subtle than asana and a person’s respiratory pattern and energy levels provides us with a lot of information about their currenthealth status. During this intensive, trainees will gain tools and models to assess the energetic body, identify areas that may be out of balance and provide customize pranayama practices to balance thepranamaya kosha.
Please call the studio to pre-register (714) 417-9834. If trainees are enrolling in the entire 300hr Yoga Teacher Training Program, they will receive pre-registration pricing. We ask that trainees pre-register at least 3 days before the course to ensure we have enough trainees to run each course.
- Saturday April 7th 12:30 – 5:30pm
- Sunday April 8th 12:00 – 5:00pm
- $199 pre-reg – $250 within 2 weeks
Megan received her Master of Arts Degree – M.F.C.C in 1990 and completed her first 200-hour Hatha Yoga Instruction Certification shortly after at the White Lotus Foundation in Santa Barbara. She next completed a 200-hour Kundalini Training from Santa Monica Yoga. As a Massage Therapist for 12 years, she co-founded Santa Monica Yoga and Bodywork Studio in 1993; which is still providing yoga classes to this day. She then completed another 500-hour Hatha Yoga Training with YogaWorks and become YogaWorks certified. She received her Yoga Therapy Rx Certificate from Loyola Marymount University, plus assisted Yoga Therapy at Venice Family Clinic for one year with Dr. Lori Fazzio.