When you flow into your upward facing dog, what’s the real effect on your spine? How does a forward bend impact the vibrancy of your kidneys? The subject of yoga is the self, and there’s no knowledge of the self without awareness of its biological fabric. In this entertaining, lively workshop, Yaron Carmel, certified Kinesis-Myofascial Integration (KMI) Structural Integration Practitioner and a seasoned Teacher, will help you optimize your yoga practice through an understanding of anatomy. Using hands-on exercises, Yaron shows how insight into the body’s mechanics can help you unlock your deepest physical potential. Keeping the focus on the practical application of bodywork to yoga, Yaron, will guide you through simple, effective techniques to avoid (or repair) injury and maximize your performance.
Workshop is great for yoga students and teachers! Join us!
Yaron Gal Carmel has studied extensively with Tom Myers Since 1996, and was certified by him as a Kinesis-Myofascial Integration (KMI) Practitioner in 1999. Yaron is a member of the faculty of the Kinesis School for Structural Integration where he teaches workshops and presents around the world. Yaron has served on the faculty of the Muscular Therapy Institute in MA, where he has taught Anatomy, Kinesiology and Thai Massage. He teaches certificate training courses in Thailand Traditional Massage, as well as his own method, “Thai-SI,” which combines Thailand Massage with Structural Integration. His classroom is known for its liveliness and fun, with experiential exercises, hands-on applications, and attention to therapist self-care. Massage and movement therapists alike are inspired and moved by learning experiences with Yaron. Yaron co-founded The Therapy Center for Mind and Body, in Boston MA, where he maintains a busy private practice.
Yaron Gal Carmel is approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a continuing education provider, 450098-06, under Category A.