Three session series: Wednesday May 2, 9 and 16 from 7:30 – 9 pm
Learn to alleviate knee pain! Each year, 11 million Americans complain to their doctors about knee-pain. And, orthopedic surgeons are said to operate more often on the knees than on any other body part. Yoga can be an excellent solution to address many knee issues – and help stop them from turning into complicated problems.
Practicing certain poses can increase stabilization in the leg muscles, helping you to improve your knee and leg health. Yet, certain knee pains may be keeping you from participating fully in a regular yoga class. We will address all these issues in this course. In this workshop, you will learn how to manage your knee problems so that you can take general yoga classes and improve your wellbeing.
This class is appropriate for students with some yoga experience, teachers and teachers-in-training.
$68 for the series of three classes
We recommend you register early. Space is limited.
Heather Haxo Phillips is a certified Iyengar yoga instructor at the Junior Intermediate III level, among the highest certified Iyengar teachers in the East Bay. She is Director of Adeline Yoga and has been teaching for nearly 15 years. Her additional certifications include: Certified Yoga Therapist (c-IAYT), Relax and Renew restorative yoga teacher and Yoga Alliance E-500 level instructor. She has specialized yoga therapy training which includes scoliosis, musculoskeletal injuries, pain management and women’s health including pre-natal yoga and menses. In addition to the being the director and lead instructor of the Adeline Sadhana Studies program, Heather assists senior teacher Carolyn Belko in her teacher education program in San Diego. Heather deepens her own practice by studying regularly with senior teachers including Carolyn Belko, Lois Steinberg and the Iyengar family in Pune. Heather is past President of the Board of Directors for the Iyengar Yoga Association of Northern California and an active volunteer for the Iyengar Yoga National Association of the United States. She is also Vice-President of the Lorin Merchants Association (LBA).