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3-Part Anatomy Training at Oya Yoga Studio

Updated: Jul 26

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Part 1 - Joint Health & Mobility of the Torso & Pelvis through Skilled Yoga Practices

Part 2 - Joint Health & Mobility of the Upper Extremity (special emphasis on rotator cuff, shoulders and wrist decompression)


We will discuss musculoskeletal anatomy that is accessible to ALL and have a full asana practice. Homework sequences will be give to support the areas of the pelvis and torso and follow-up workshops (Part 2 & Part 3) will be offered that address both the lower and upper extremities.


Part 1 - Joint Health & Mobility of the Torso & Pelvis through Skilled Yoga Practices

As practitioners begin the exploration of yoga, they start to tap into the freedom that yoga brings to all aspects of their lives and bodies. After some time and misalignment, joints can begin to become inflamed, irritated and various "tissue issues" can develop. This workshop will focus on the DE compressive qualities of an efficient and meaningful yoga practice. These 3 hours are a prophylactic for the body, designed to support from the deepest layers outward and to prevent and heal injuries. Special attention will be directed to the Sacroiliac Joint, Pubic Symphysis, Pelvic Floor, and functionality of the entire spine.


Part 2 - Joint Health & Mobility of the Upper Extremity (special emphasis on rotator cuff, shoulders and wrist decompression)

Contrary to popular belief, you CAN practice yoga with upper extremity distress and find some significant relief. The question is how?? So many yoga practitioners discontinue their practice due to ailments of the upper extremity including but not limited to: arthritis, carpal tunnel and thoracic outlet syndromes, rotator cuff issues and tears, frozen shoulder, tennis/golfers elbow and the list goes on.


These workshop will focus on the DE compressive qualities of an efficient and meaningful yoga practice. Each 3 hours block is prophylactic for the body, designed to support from the deepest layers outward and to prevent and rehabilitate injuries. Special attention will be directed to the shoulders, wrists, elbows, pectoral muscles, cervical connections and the "scapulohumeral rhythm".

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