The Pranic Joints teacher training is a highly-focused anatomy & energetics weekend-based program designed for yoga teachers & serious movement practitioners. This system emphasizes knowledge and application of joint mechanics, fascia structure & mechanics, and organ energetics.
By participating, you will be able to:
Demonstrate a deep understanding bone mechanics & energetics.
Describe how specific joints degenerate (intervertebral joints, the shoulder complex, the hip complex, and the joints of the articular skeleton).
Identify primary myofascial lines through the lens of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Apply the 3-part Pranic Jointsmethod to resolve pain-points and build a complete and balanced movement practice.
What You Can Expect
Each day will include asana, movement, meditation, conversation, and inquiry.
Foundational Anatomy & Biomechanics
Saturday Morning (8:00am-11:00am)
This session emphasizes an essential introduction to the structural & functional anatomy of the Pranic Joints method (include bone dynamics, fascial lines, and organ associations). Participants will learn how to directly adapt and integrate these foundational aspects into their existing yoga Asana practice and/or teaching.
Understanding & Unlocking Energetics
Saturday Afternoon (12:30pm-3:30pm)
This session emphasizes how student and teachers, respectively, can identify energetic meridians through a deeper, comparative understanding of myofascia. Participants will learn how to make connections between movement, energetics and optimal organ function to restore goodness in joints and build up their energetic battery.
Energetics for Sequencing
Sunday Morning (8:00am-10:00am)
This session walks you through the “whys” and “hows” of sequencing for distinct energetic purposes (i.e. upregulation, downregulation, joint repair, active-rest, etc.). Program participants will learn a highly-adaptable sequencing method for developing control, strength & balance within peak poses and/or general movement pattern refinement.
$149 (for Full Program)
***Pre-Requisites: Regular yoga practice (6-month minimum); Familiarity with essential elements of practice (e.g. Sun Salutations, Standing Postures, Arm Balances, Inversions, etc.).