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Join Brea Johnson of Heart & Bones Yoga for a weekend of exploration as we blend movement science, yoga and alignment into a succinct, sustainable and empowered practice. You will discover the 4 pillars of a sustainable yoga practice, what they are and how to apply them to any style of yoga or movement practice.

Gain a better understanding of human movement, learn to observe bodies and how to design a yoga practice that supports the health of your joints, prevent wear and tear, and keep you and your students practicing in a healthy way for years to come.

With a focus on hips, shoulders and the nervous system, we will dive into the nooks and crannies as we explore mobility, functional movement and how to update some of the most popular yoga asanas to ones that are supportive and healthy for the long term.

Perfect for yogis and yoga teachers looking to expand and update their practice and teaching.


  • Saturday, June 15, 1:00-8:00pm
  • Sunday, June 16, 1:00-4:00pm

Hours: 10.0


  • $200 Early bird pricing through June 2
  • $240 Full price June 3 & after

This weekend is open to anyone and is also part of our 300-hour Advanced Teacher Training program. If you are taking this workshop toward your advanced teaching certification, please register for the 300-hour program in advance.

Please plan carefully: Refunds of 90% are granted up to 5 days prior to the series start; after which, no refunds are given.


About the instructor: Brea Johnson



Brea Johnson has been teaching yoga and movement for over 16 years. As a teacher and mentor, she leads workshops, teacher trainings and retreats around the world. With a love for learning and studying the human body she continues her on-going education in yoga, anatomy and biomechanics.

She is known for her creative and informed approach to sustainable movement while remaining grounded in the heart of the yogic teachings. As the popularity of yoga increases along with yoga-related injuries, this approach has made her a much sought-after teacher in the wellness and movement community.

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