300 Hour Program

*Please note the 2018/2019 training is still running until October 2019. If you are looking for the 2020/2021 schedule, click here. 

The 300-hour program will start where the 200 hour left off. Trauma-informed Myofascial Yoga. Mindfulness-based movement, fascial anatomy, neuroscience with the latest additions of pandiculation, biotensegrity and somatics with functional strengthening.

The first module is May 12-17 and I’m thrilled to announce Joanne Avison as our guest teacher to introduce the principles of biotensegrity.

I promise you this is NOT your ordinary yoga TTP. Deeply steeped in the Hakomi principles this program offers a non-violent setting for safe and effective learning. You will dive deeper into your current yoga understanding and learn many new important upgrades from the world of fascia research and yoga therapy.*

Part 1: May 12 – 17 2018

Science and practice of Pandiculation and Biotensegrity. (Guest teacher Joanne Avision)

Part 2: August 21 – 26 2018 

Functional Movement and Mindful Strength.

(Guest Teacher Joanne Avision will teach us biotensegrity and how it applies to functional strength. Gaston Shaeffer will teach us the science and practice of PNF for ROM and function)

Part 3: October 18 – 23 2018 

Functional Myofascial Anatomy. Come join us in this groundbreaking workshop where fascia chains become whole body networks of multi-dimensional geometry that anticipates and responds to your every movement!

Part 4: December 1 – 6 2018 

Myofascial Movement: The Science of Movement Patterns and Habits, Making the Unconscious Conscious. (Introduction to Somatics with guest teacher Sandra Soloski.) The neuroscience of mindfulness and how it applies to movement.

Part 5: May 21 – 26 2019 

Myofascial Yoga, Biotensegrity and unlocking human potential

In this module, we will learn how to create mindfulness-based yoga therapy class plans for athletes. Based on the latest research into flow psychology and it’s parallel with the 8 limbs of yoga. Guest teacher Dr Wilbur Kelsik and Joanne Avision will teach us how to embrace the principles of biotensegrity and fascia theory for optimal performance and injury prevention in athletes or sports-focused yogi practitioners.

Part 6: September 28 – October 3rd  2019

Advanced Ethics and advanced group work. Deepening the 8 limbs and a full-day immersion into the sister science of Yoga, ayurveda. Introduction to applying Hakomi principles to groups. This week includes practicum and ethical business education/marketing.


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*Disclaimer: The yoga therapy components of Myofascial yoga are based on my expertise as a Myofascial Release Therapist and RMT, and are not derived from our status as a RYS with Yoga Alliance Registry.