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Anatomy for Massage and Yoga Enthusiasts – 500 hr Transitional program

This is the transitional program for anatomy that I teach for yoga therapy programs. We look at bones, joints, movement and muscles in relation to how they transition force, load, and tension through the body. Prerequisites – Free Anatomy course, 200 hr Foundational Anatomy course, 300 hr Relational Anatomy course

Men’s Online Pelvic Floor Conference (MOPFC)

This is a full four week course providing you with information from thirteen different interviews with health care practitioners focused on helping you heal your pelvic floor. We talk about herniation, erectile dysfunction, constipation, low testosterone, testicular pain, Peyronie’s Disease, prostate issues, cancer, and more. Week one covers the physical pelvic floor with interviews and …

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Men’s Online Pelvic Floor Conference Free course

This is an introductory course to the Men’s Online Pelvic Floor Conference (MOPFC), bringing you one week’s worth of material to check out if this is the right course for you. You have ten days to make it through this material.

Have A Ball Free Course

This free course includes one week access to introductory material from the full Have A Ball Self Care Program. You’ll get a coupon at the end that you can apply toward the full course.

Have a Ball Self Care Program

Welcome to the Have a Ball 30-day movement challenge! Here’s where you get started. The intro video is a quick discussion of what you’ll need for the next four weeks.  I would suggest setting the same time aside each day to do your movement challenge. Really, it’s max 15 minutes. You’ll notice more changes with …

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Mother and two children doing yoga together.

Yoga for Kids – Sample

Yoga and mindfulness offer psychological benefits for children as well. A growing body of research has already shown that yoga can improve focus, memory, self-esteem, academic performance, and classroom behavior, and can even reduce anxiety and stress in children.