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Safe + Healthy Joints for Yogis with Hali Enderby and Richard Guevara
Apr 20, 2019 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm| $20
SHOULDERS | HIPS | WRISTS | KNEES
Join Dr. Hali Enderby of M.I. Sport + Spine and our own teacher Richard Guevara, as they show you how to keep your joints safe and healthy for a lifelong yoga practice.
In this workshop, you will learn:
- basic joint anatomy
- safe & functional ranges of motion
- modifications for common yoga postures
- simple exercises to encourage long-term joint health
- Bring your questions, as there will be time for Q & A, too.
When: Saturday, April 20th 1pm – 2:30pm
Please do your best to preregister!
About the teachers:
Richard Guevara is certified to instruct and guide his students through alignment based vinyasa and restorative yoga. He completed two separate 200 RYT trainings, including Annie Carpenter’s SmartFlow training. He plans to complete his 500 hour certification within the year.
As a former athlete who suffered multiple injuries resulting in chronic pain, he found comfort and relief through his yoga practice. It became such a vital part of his life that he decided to enroll in teacher training; he has been an active instructor ever since. His style of yoga is smooth, alignment-based and favors breath over movement. He believes each movement is a pose in itself stemming from the core. He avidly believes in yoga’s ability to restore and heal the body as well as the mind. Richard loves to challenge his students and show that regardless of fitness level, anything is possible with practice. He also aims to have his students leave his class energized with renewed or continued faith in their ability to find comfort and release in his sessions.
Richard is an avid Pacific North West overall outdoor enthusiast as well as a mountaineer, passionate climber, acroyogi, and cyclist. You can count on finding him outside rain or shine.
Originally from Western New York, Dr. Enderby attended St. Bonaventure University with Human Movement Sciences with a minor in Biology. While there, she played D1 Softball. During her time at New York Chiropractic College she was a member in the Motion Palpation Club and Rehab to Performance clubs.
Dr. Enderby is passionate in providing quality chiropractic care to her community members in effort to improve their quality of life and enhance their physical performance and function. She believes strongly in the utilization of soft tissue techniques and rehabilitation exercises to treat the body as a whole and maximize chiropractic care benefits.
Growing up a multi-sport athlete, Dr. Hali spends most of her time being active with her not-so-active English Bulldog, Lila. When she’s not at the Mercer Island clinic you can find her kayaking or hiking.