Advanced Yoga Studies

Want to learn how to create a non-harming practice? Curious about anatomy and movement?

Are there asana  that you’ve learned that don’t feel right in your body?  Have you injured yourself in your practice?  Are you curious about how the body works and want to learn more about practical anatomy?  Our advanced studies program is for you.

Leaning options for maximum flexibility!
Units can be taken individually and in any order for those not seeking Yoga Alliance registry.  You can take an entire Unit or just one weekend.  All classes are engaging and interactive.  Learn more about the wonderful tools that yoga has to offer for a balanced, healthy life.

For registered teachers:  Yoga Alliance continuing education hours are available for both options.

Course Calendar

Unit One: Anatomy of a Healthy Practice
March 23-25, April 6-8, April 20-22, 2018

Unit Two: Asana, Alignment and Adjustments
April 27-29, May 11-13, June 1-3, June 15-17, 2018

Unit Three: Exploring the Subtle Bodies
July 13-25, July 27-29, August 10-12, 2018

Yoga for Specific Populations
September 28-30, October 12-14, Oct 26-28, 2018

Tuition
Units 1,3 & 4    $825 (Units consist of three weekends of training)
Unit 2               $1,100 (Four weekends of training)

Tuition due: One week prior to Unit start date.  No credit cards accepted.
One weekend:  $275

Course location
Rishi’s Community Yoga, 2750 S Wadsworth Blvd, Building D202, Denver

Course Faculty
Karen Quinn, ERYT500, Certified Yoga Therapist, Certified Ayurvedic Practitioner is the lead instructor for this training. She brings 18 years and over 10,000 hours of teaching experience to create trainings rich in anatomy, alignment and ahimsa. Her emphasis is on sharing the many tools of yoga therapy that allows students to discover the wonder and ease of this ancient practice. In addition, we have assembled an incredible group of instructors with years of hands on experience to share their knowledge and expertise so that you can share with others the many gifts of yoga.

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