Yoga Academy Events
The Yoga Academy presents trainings and workshops with internationally renowned guest teachers and Yoga Academy faculty teachers. Below are details of the next event, and forthcoming events are listed in the column to the right. Click on each forthcoming event for more details and booking information.
Julie Gudmestad London workshops
Thursday 20 – Sunday 23 June, 2013
YogaCampus Training Centre, 1 Britannia Row, London N1 8QH
“Julie Gudmestad is both an example to all teachers with her highly effective teaching methodology, and one of the most well informed and practical applied anatomy teachers in the world today. All teachers and students need to experience at least one workshop with this gifted and inspiring yoga teacher. You will learn so much that you will want to return year after year to study with her. Your practice and your teaching will be enriched and realigned.” SIMON LOW
Muscle Imbalances and Yoga Solutions: The Foot, Knee and Hip
Thursday 20 – Friday 21 June 2013
9.30am to 1.00pm and 2.30 to 5.30pm each day
Book by the 31st March 2013, 11:41am and pay the early bird price of £160
In this two day workshop, we will explore muscle imbalances in the foot, leg and hip. Learn to see misalignments caused by these imbalances and learn yoga postures and sequences to help correct alignment, improve movement patterns and strengthen muscles to help stabilise vulnerable joints.
Exploring the Art of Sequencing Through Asana Practice
Saturday 22 – Sunday 23 June2013
10.00am to 1.00pm and 2.30 to 5.30pm each day
£180 each day; book both days for £150
Julie is an expert on sensitively sequencing yoga postures in ways which can help students reach places in their practice they have never been before! Join her for two days exploring the art of sequencing – or book either day as a separate workshop.
Uptake for Julie’s workshops is usually rapid, so early booking is advised, when you will also get the advantage of the early bird price.
Are you eligible?
The workshop is open to everyone with at least one year of asana practice. It is not a therapeutics class, so won’t be appropriate for students with acute injuries or severely limited mobility.
“Finding a profound knowledge of the human body combined with a gift for clear communication is a privilege and a joy. Julie’s teaching has been of far reaching and lasting value both to my yoga teaching and my personal practice.”
Loretta Stowell, February 2011
Hosted in Partnership with Yoga Campus
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or call +44 (0) 20 7042 9900
BOOK NOW VIA THE YOGACAMPUS WEBSITE
When there are still places available you will see a Book Now link in the Action column of the table of the YogaCampus website. Clicking this will take you to the online booking area (which opens in a new window) where you will need to log in. If you see a Waiting List link this means the session is sold out but you can still register and join the waiting list.
CLICK HERE to go to the YogaCampus website.
Julie Gudmestad has been active in Portland, Oregon, as a yoga teacher and licensed physical therapist for over 30 years. Her yoga teaching is primarily informed by the Iyengar method, with modifications to the traditional approach that have significantly enhanced its effectiveness, safety and clarity. Julie has integrated Western medical knowledge with yoga training into a unique teaching style, and has taught workshops in Europe, Canada and throughout the U.S. She is a certified Iyengar yoga teacher and a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, and was the author of the Yoga Journal column “Anatomy of a Yogi” for over seven years.
Julie presents her teachings in a very clear and accessible manner. You will learn materials and skills that will be highly user friendly in both teaching and practice. Julie addresses areas of the anatomy which are common areas of injury, acute and chronic pain and poor postural awareness, and shares knowledge and guidance to help you become more aware and skilled in the effective teaching and practice of yoga in a therapeutic context.