‘Know your Miracle’ – Applied Functional Yoga Anatomy with Dr Monica Gauci

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    Date/Time
    Date(s) - 16/03/2019 - 24/03/2019
    All Day

    Location
    Ashtanga Yoga Centre of Melbourne

    Address
    1/110-112 Argyle St
    Fitzroy Victoria 3065

    Australia


    Join Monica for one or two weekends applying functional anatomy to yoga asana and other yoga techniques. Learn about the physical and functional miracle of your body!

    This information will be simple, powerfully relevant and easily applied to your yoga practice. These workshops are open to students as well as teachers wanting to take their understanding to a new depth.

    Monica Gauci is a Rehabilitative Chiropractor, a certified Yoga Therapist, a compulsive educator and a dedicated Yogini! She draws from all of these areas to make this a great learning experience.

    Each day will include an asana class that incorporates anatomically friendly, technical alignment and the proper kinetics of yoga asana.

    “Thank you so much Monica for your impassioned and joyful teachings. I so thoroughly enjoyed your yoga, your teachings, your chanting, your guided meditations. The whole course was very inspiring. When I was teaching this morning I was dipping into my new tool box and body of knowledge and applying it to my class. It was all very well received and a few light bulbs went on for all of us. It was great to apply and practice on the students . . .  I hope to have the opportunity to work with you again in the future. All the very best and Namaste.” Liz – Perth

    To book please click here to be forwarded to 8limbs.com

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