Roger Cole, an accomplished scientist and internationally recognized Iyengar teacher, specializes in the anatomy and physiology of yoga, relaxation, sleep, and biological rhythms. He's renowned for an ability to give clear explanations of complex concepts and translate them into effective actions, on and off the mat. Learn more at rogercoleyoga.com.
Yoga Anatomy Basics
- Course ID: M2COLE
Saturday, January 18 — 11:00am - 1:00pm
- Session 2
Basics / Mixed Levels
This introduction to anatomy will explain what makes various yoga postures work. We'll learn to see, feel, and understand the asanas from the inside out, making practice safer and more effective. Then we'll translate what we've learned into action.
Some lecture with asana.
Neurophysiology of Yoga Breathing
- Course ID: M3COLE
Saturday, January 18 — 3:30pm - 5:30pm
- Session 3
The breath and brain are so tightly linked that every change in consciousness creates a change in respiration, and vice versa. Learn some of the ways that your nervous system makes this happen. Then immediately put this knowledge to use by guiding you through a mind-altering sequence of breathing practices. It will enhance your asana, pranayama, and meditation practice, regardless of your level of experience.
Half lecture, half practice.
Recovery Yoga for Athletes
- Course ID: M4COLE
Sunday, January 19 — 8:00am - 10:00am
- Session 4
You train intensely, but how intensely do you rest? Discover yoga sequences for the day after the big race, training recovery and enhancement, and strategic rest for improved performance.
Asana practice. Geared toward athletes, but nonathletes also welcome