HIP & PELVIS ANATOMY & BIOMECHANICS

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Join Kathy Gabriel in an invitation to explore the anatomy and biomechanics of the hip and pelvis, particularly how to support the long term health of this joint and the rest of your body. This course will breakdown anatomy and biomechanics in a fun and digestible way. Yoga as a practice prioritises a lot of deep hip opening and increased range of motion through external rotation which can sometimes lead to instability and even injury in the body. This 2hr course will help you better understand your own movement patterns and body structures to help you find more stability, ease and ultimately, support the health of your pelvis. This course will have lecture, visual presentations, demonstrations, engaging experiential exercises and movement inquiries –  created to empower you with everything you need to know about the hips and pelvis!

This is great for anyone looking to understand their own anatomy and learn to move better for their health or a yoga teacher or movement educator looking to deepen their knowledge in this area to effectively serve their clients and students.


Course objectives:

    • Fundamental Anatomy of the Hips and Pelvis delivered in a fun and engaging way
    • How to develop more stability and mobility for your hips
    • Intelligent sequencing to maintain the longevity of your hips and body
    • Common hip injuries and ailments
    • Neurology of Pain in the Pelvis
    • Why and how to go about modification
    • Hip stability sequencing

This course includes:

    • Lifetime access

About the course instructor:

Kathy Gabriel Urban Yogis

Kathy is a founder and co-director of Urban Yogis. Her training background includes Thai Massage, Reiki, STOTT Pilates, Structural Integration by Anatomy Trains, and she is now in the midst of completing her Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Practitioner Training with Body Intelligence. To learn more about Kathy, visit our About page.

 

 

 

 

 

Dear friends and community, it wasn’t an easy decision to arrive to but alas, with so many changes happening to the world, reevaluations of 2022 and many decisions to make for the new year, we have decided to close Urban Yogis for now. It’s been quite a ride from our humble beginnings in 2013 from a basic pop up group in the Botanic Gardens to a vibrant collective of like-minded yogis invested in their health, connection and nature. It’s bittersweet for us to reminisce the good old times, especially during our pivot through the pandemic. We appreciate everyone who stuck by us through it all - changes to protocols, swabbing, check-ins, safe distancing - you name it! What a time! We’ve grown so much through it and have seen so many of you grow with us as well. There truly is a community of you, so willing to adapt with us through bad weather and ridiculous Covid-measures. For that, we are so grateful. Thank you for supporting us and for being our life-line during an unexpected time of our journey. At the root of Urban Yogis is learning and growing through the spirit of Yoga and Wellness. From immersive experiences like workshops and retreats, our mission was to help people find joy in self-inquiry and practice. We know that you will continue to do so and that makes our journey so worthwhile knowing that we played a small part in that too. Thank you for seeing us, believing us and showing up. We look forward to crossing paths with you in different ways. You can always reach out to Julie (IG: @julieyogatravel), Kathy (IG: @kathygabriel__) and the wonderful teaching team at Urban Yogis independently. For those of you who would like to share the last practice with us, we still have Suntec classes running through January 2023.
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