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Fascial Anatomy Yoga Teacher Training
Jun 5, 2019| $3000
100 and 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training starting in June 2019! Alignment Based, Functional Movement, Fascial Anatomy Yoga! 1 week per month for 5 months. Erin Widman, E-RYT 500, YACEP and Molly Allison, MS OTR/L, CHT, SMS weave their combined knowledge to bring you this unique Yoga Teacher Training. An Advanced Yoga Instructor and a Medical Practitioner combine their 6 decades of knowledge to bring physical assessment skills and fascial anatomy into the realm of teaching the art and science of yoga.
-$3000 Early Bird by April 1
-108 hour only: $1995
About the instructors:
Holistic Orthopedics Owner
I have been practicing Occupational Therapy in Seattle for 27 years. I have always had a natural affinity for health, musculoskeletal anatomy, and wellness through a holistic approach. Drawing from both worlds of conventional western medicine and complimentary approaches, I integrate them both into treatment.
I pride myself in guiding patients through their injury process and helping them to understand how their recovery may be impacted by nutrition, exercise, stress, awareness of one’s breath and overall life satisfaction. I graduated from University of Washington’s Occupational Therapy program in 1991 and returned to UW in 1999 to complete an Advanced Master’s of Occupational Therapy with an emphasis in Upper Extremity Cumulative Trauma in Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury. I went on to complete a 4 year Structural Medicine training through the Institute of Structural Medicine. This has positively impacted how I view the human structure and anatomy.
I’m fortunate to have had the opportunity to live and work in Nepal and Japan, and am intrigued by diversity of all sorts, be it cultural, ethnic, socioeconomic, etc.. Much of my professional career has been at Harborview Medical Center, Seattle’s Level I Trauma Hospital, where a unique diversity thrives. I enjoy teaching and public speaking at the state, national and international level and am passionate about educating our community (health care providers as well as patients) about health and well being. I enjoy organic gardening, mountaineering, pottery, holistic nutrition, and exploring the Pacific Northwest’s alpine wilderness.
Erin Widman is both a teacher and the owner of The Yoga Experience, a yoga studio that’s celebrating its 15th year in downtown Flagstaff. Erin, who began her study of yoga in Seattle in 1988 as a freshman at The University of Washington, has been teaching in Flagstaff since 2000. Her studies have included learning from great teachers within the Iyengar, Ashtanga, and Anusara methods of yoga.
For Erin, yoga is a way of life; it is an avenue for self-discovery and the impetus to live a good, sustainable life. The brilliance and philosophy of yoga transformed and inspired her view of all that a good life entails. She brings an enchantment with the metaphor of poetry and her desire for a good life into her teaching. She encourages students to enhance their physical awareness, strength, and health while discovering their own creative expression and intent.
She has degrees in both Human Psychology and Environmental Planning and is the author of Sleeping Bag Yoga: For Hikers, Bikers, and Paddlers. When not teaching yoga, Erin loves spending time outside and with her family, which includes her two children, Noah and Ruby, who charm and inspire her with their very distinct and sweet-spirited souls.
Erin Widman, Fascial Anatomy Yoga Teacher Training, Holistic Orthopedics, Molly Allison, The Yoga Experience