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CE Workshop | How to Make Yoga Relevant and Accessible for Men, Part 2

September 22, 2020, 10am ET


About This Workshop

Presenter Robert Sidoti talks through important considerations for teaching yoga to men. This workshop will include discussion on making yoga accessible to the male population and take a closer look at aspects of a man's life, including discussion on language, physical anatomy, values, and more.


About the Presenter

Robert has had a life-long interest in sports, professional fitness, and health and wellness. He is the creator and co-founder of Broga® Yoga, a fitness-based yoga program geared for guys, but definitely open to ALL. Robert created Broga® Yoga with a simple goal: to bring the benefits of yoga to more men, offering an experience that is accessible yet challenging and rewarding, and using postures and language that are relevant to the daily lives of most men (and women).

Robert has received certifications through the National Academy of Sports Medicine, ‘Yoga for Athletic Peak Performance’ with Swami Sitaramananda at the Sivananda Vendanta Centre, Karma Kids NYC, and his RYT 200 credential with Kira Ryder. Robert resides on the island of Martha’s Vineyard in Massachusetts and teaches Broga® Yoga nationally. He draws his strength and inspiration from his 20-year relationship and 13 years of being a father.


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