Austin, TX, March 12, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Yoga therapist and founder of Yoga is My Health Insurance (YIMHI) Lilith Bailey-Kroll will present a weekend training at Yoga Yoga in Austin, Texas, entitled Yoga is My Health Insurance: Understanding How to Use Yoga Therapeutically on March 28-30, 2014. Participants will learn about connections between the body's pain symptoms, basic anatomy, and structural issues through topical lecture, observation and yoga practice. Students will have an opportunity to assess their body's unique structure, identify existing or potential structural issues, and develop yoga sequences to help improve various conditions. Participants can register for individual workshops or attend the entire weekend. For more information or to register, call (512) 707-YOGA or email email@example.com. A complete schedule of upcoming events is available at www.yogayoga.com/events
The training will be presented in three workshops beginning with Follow the Curves on Friday, March 28 from 7-9 p.m. This class lays the foundation for the weekend by examining the four curves of the spine and the common causes of upper and lower back pain. Neck, Shoulders and Upper Back will be presented on Saturday, March 29 from 10:30 a.m. - 6 p.m. The day will begin with understanding the anatomy of the neck and shoulders and culminate with understanding how to utilize yoga positions and the knowledge of meridian lines to improve issues such as headaches, disk issues, rotator cuff, upper back pain, and carpal tunnel type symptoms. The final session, Lower Back, Pelvis, and Legs on Sunday, March 30 from 10:30 a.m. - 6 p.m. will cover the anatomy of the ilium, sacrum and lumbar and look in-depth at how the hamstring, psoas and piriformis work together. Participants will learn how common yoga postures can be used therapeutically for lower back pain, disk bulge, herniation, sciatica and pelvic floor pain.
Lilith Bailey-Kroll is the founder of Yoga Is My Health Insurance (YIMHI). She was introduced to yoga in her teens to address physical discomfort from scoliosis, which has greatly improved with the regular practice of Yoga. She began teaching yoga in 1999 after completing a teacher-training program at the Iyengar Yoga Institute of San Francisco and opened her first clinic as a Yoga Therapist in 2006. She blends her years of experience and wealth of knowledge in anatomy, physiology and biomechanics with the physical practice of yoga and breathing techniques in teaching for YIMHI.
For Yoga Alliance Registered Yoga Teachers (RYT), this training can be applied to CEU requirements as well as credited toward 500-hour RYT training. For more information about Yoga Yoga events or to register, call (512) 707-YOGA or email firstname.lastname@example.org. A complete schedule of upcoming events is available at www.yogayoga.com/events
About Yoga Yoga
Yoga Yoga, a national leader in promoting lifestyle health and modernizing access to the ancient practice of yoga, is Austin's premier source for yoga with five locations, over 350 classes weekly, and an ayurvedically-inspired wellness spa. With more than 100 registered yoga teachers, Yoga Yoga provides a wide variety of yoga styles for new and continuing students, including Hatha, Kundalini, and Ashtanga. Yoga Yoga Teacher Training offers a nationally recognized program with 200 and 500-hour courses approved by the Yoga Alliance. Yoga at Work specializes in bringing the benefits of yoga into the workplace. For more information, visit www.yogayoga.com or call (512) 326-3900.