Vinyasa Yoga
Foot Muscles Model
Vasculature of the Heart
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The cell as the foundation of our bodies
The connection between
cellular respiration, pranayama and the earth's breathing
The relationship between the
circulatory system, lymph system, and the connective tissue (fascial) matrix. The role of movement in maintaining the health of these systems.
digestive system and how yoga can improve digestion
The nervous and endocrine systems, the stress response and how yoga supports a
healthy stress response
Polyvagal theory and how yoga improves vagal tone

 I am so glad I made the decision to sign up! Kat is extremely knowledgable from cells to tissues to breathing to nervous systems to asana and prana (and life well-being). Perhaps most importantly, she ensured the dense information was digestible, tangible, practical, and in layman's terms - even when things got really jaron-y ;) Highly recommend her teachings in a workshop setting or class practice setting.

I have had many teachers, and I would rank her among the top.

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Anatomy & Physiology for Yoga

What you'll learn

Kat Eggers holds a degree in cellular and molecular biology. She combines her detailed understanding of human physiology with 20 years of practicing and teaching yoga to bring you this enriching course. 8 CEU's available through Yoga Alliance.

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Course Includes

5 Lecture Videos

1 Example Class

1 one hour private Zoom session with the instructor for discussion and questions

8 YACEP certified CEU's