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200 Hour Myofascial Yoga Teacher Training Program

Myofascia Yoga teacher training programs will be held in full or part time offerings. Click here for the part time, or modular program. Read more about the benefits of Myofascia yoga here. The next full time course will be offered from October 17 – November 3rd 2019 This is a 200 hour Yoga Alliance registered yoga teacher training program […]

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Biotensegrity-Focused Movement for Yoga Teachers

Biotensegrity-Focused Movement for Yoga Teachers   – Are you ready to bump your understanding of fascia up to a new level?   – Do you ever wonder how you could move with greater ease, efficiency, and joy? – Is injury or chronic pain a regular feature in your life or your clients lives? Join us […]

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Myofascial Yoga for Pelvic Health

Yoga for Pelvic Health This is quite possibly the most exciting module in the Myofascial Yoga Teacher Training program!* The pelvis is literally the central pivot point of our body, which means that a problem in pelvic alignment has maximum potential for detrimental compensation patterns, heading outward in either direction. John F. Barnes makes a […]

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Myofascial Yoga And Functional Anatomy For Yoga Teachers

Myofascial Yoga And Functional Anatomy For Yoga Teachers*   Are you ready for anatomy to be exciting??   Anatomy is often hard to learn, reduced to a series of parts to be memorized and labelled. But what if it could be alive, dynamic, and directly relatable to your own body and the movements you make […]

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Myofascial Yoga Information Night

Are you interested in learning more about Myofascial Yoga?   Come join us for an hour of Myofascial Yoga followed by an hour of Q & A and discussion about the 200 hour Myofascial Yoga Teacher Training starting in September.   Space will be limited so please register early.   Date: August 28th from 7 […]

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About Myofascial Yoga Institute of Canada

Comments from previous graduates: Amazing program! Christine brings her students on an eye opening journey of self awareness and self love while teaching them and empowering them to share the same with their own students. — Jamie   The safety, care and warm embrace that Christine provides and the level of knowledge is simply above any […]

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Functional Movement and Mindful Strength: 50 Hour Certification for Yoga Teachers

Join us for a 6-day intensive this August to upgrade your yoga training! – Would you like to add mindful strengthening components to your yoga classes? – Are you interested in teaching your students functional movements that will serve them in their everyday life? – Have you heard of biotensegrity, and wonder how this concept […]

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Myofascial Adjustments for Yoga Teachers

Adjustments in yoga have become more and more commonplace in classes, but are we doing them properly? Find out how you can engage your student’s entire fascia system with hands-on adjustments during this module. YA credits are available for continuing CEU’s, or it can be used toward your yoga teacher training certification. Some topics to […]

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Advanced Myofascial Yoga 50 Hours Certification: Level One

Myofascial Yoga 300 hour Teacher training: This week-long intensive* is for yoga teachers wanting to deepen their experience of yoga, Myofascial Release, or mindfulness in a supportive and trauma-informed atmosphere. This 50-hour course can be used as a standalone postgraduate certification (see below for prerequisites), or as the first 50 hours in the 300 hour, […]

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Myofascial Unwinding: What It Is and Why You Should Do It

What is Myofascial Unwinding? Myofascial unwinding is a term coined by John Barnes to describe a type of physical movement that comes from a higher intelligence which he often describes as a “feeling” (rather than a “thinking”) intelligence. I remember the first time I attended John’s unwinding seminar: I had a sort of epiphany where […]

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