giveaway! online yoga study with judith hanson lasater & more

Anatomical collage by Argentinean designer and fashion photographer, Juan Gatti (image via streetanatomy.com)

Anatomical collage by Argentinean designer and fashion photographer, Juan Gatti (image via streetanatomy.com)

There’s nothing I love more than giving stuff to devoted (and new, and casual) IAYB readers! This time, I’ve paired up with IAYB sponsor Yoga U Online to offer three online yoga courses with leaders in yoga therapy and the mechanics of the body.

You could win one of the following webinars:

Judith Hanson Lasater – Embodying Spirit: Deepening Your Practice On and Off the Mat (February 11 & 12)
Tom Myers – Mapping the Body: Anatomy Trains for Yoga Practitioners (February 4 & 7)
Chrys Kub – Assessing Core Stability and Flexibility in Yoga Students (February 20 & 27)

These courses, which you attend from the comfort of your home on the indicated dates, are amazing resources for yoga teachers and anyone interested in expanding their yoga practice. To enter, simply sign up for the IAYB mailing list (if you’re already a subscriber, leave a comment below). Sign up by 5pm EST, Tuesday, January 29. The three names will be drawn at random and notified by email.

The traditional model of anatomy looks at the body as a machine, like a Ford truck or Dell computer. But the body is not put together like a machine; it’s more like a plant. Yet, all of the images that we use for the body are images of machines: The muscles work through levers, the lungs are bellows, the heart is a pump, the liver is a factory and the kidney is a filter.

… Like a plant, the body is grown from a seed. The body is grown from a single fertilized ovum. Somebody didn’t take a nervous system and put it together with the vascular system and put it together with the muscles, and so on, to come up with the body. The muscles and the vascular system and the nervous system all grew together from one single cell. So everything has a common origin and everything grew up together. It never grew up separately. ~ Tom Myers, in conversation with Eva Norlyk Smith in Huffington Post

 

 

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  1. Wheeeeeeeee! I love Judith Hanson Lasater. Well, I mean, I don’t know her personally but I admire her from afar. In a non-stalkery way.

  2. Wow!!! this is a great give away! pick me, pick me, pick me!!! 🙂

  3. Sign me up! Thanks, Roseanne!

  4. I just ordered JHL’s ” A year of living your yoga” – this would be such an amazing opportunity – thanks IAYB!

  5. All three of these are excellent workshops, I would love this opportunity!

  6. Here’s to randomness. It is a full moon in Leo (Saturday) and that is my moon sign. Then maybe it is not so random. Whatever, I will continue to connect…

  7. Looks awesome! I love me some at-home yoga 🙂 I always try to venture into SF and try new spots and teachers. But this would be great!

  8. me! I guess that’s not very yogic.

  9. Just subscribed! 🙂 <3

  10. Wow – this is an amazing opportunity. I would love to study any/all of these topics with such fantastic teachers. Thank you for this.

  11. would love to participate in any one of these!!

  12. Don’t disqualify me just because I’m your co-editor! Je voudrais bien!

  13. These all sound intriguing!

  14. Dear Roseanne,

    I am really enjoying your obvious dedication to your blog. Thank you. Your giveaways seem like icing on the icing of the cake, but: j’accept.

  15. Thanks Roseanne for making this opportunity available to us!

  16. Love the anatomy illustration!

  17. I would love this!

  18. what a great giveaway!

  19. I would so love to have the opportunity to study with these amazing teachers, pick me !!

  20. Roseanne, I really appreciate your contributions to yoga & community…these amazing prizes are bonus!

  21. These all sound amazing – especially the Chrys Kub workshop. Fingers crossed, as I’d be thrilled to win one! Thank you for offering this!

  22. I love Yoga U Online and their offerings! I would also love to be chosen for this! Thanks! 🙂

  23. Yoga U is an awesome resource! Thanks for the giveaway offer!
    An at home practice and study is my primary source to absorb my #yogasponge!

  24. to join the online course!

  25. Thanks for this opportunity and your wonderful work on 21st Century Yoga, really enjoying the read!

  26. A great opportunity for me to keep growing and learning. Will cross my fingers and toes that I win:)

  27. Signed up! Such a great giveaway 🙂

  28. These all look wonderful! Thank you!

  29. would love to win this!

  30. I love Judith. I have actually taken some of her online courses and can’t say enough good about them.

    I hope I win but who ever wins will thoroughly enjoy and benefit from this giveaway.

  31. would LOVE a chance to study with JHL!

  32. admire all and would love a chance to study!

  33. Amazing giveaway!!! What an amazing cast of experts!
    Thank you.

  34. can’t wait to experience a wonderfull class .
    Namaste.
    🙂

  35. Sounds great! Pick me please!!!!

  36. thanks for entering everyone (and for the sweet, engaged comments!). i’ve picked three names and notified the winners. stay tuned for the next giveaway!