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Yoga Alliance Office Hours | Anatomy: Coming Back from an Injury Safely

August 17, 2021, 2pm ET


About This Workshop

When healing from an injury, it can be difficult to know what is safe and what to avoid in your yoga practice. Additionally, as a teacher, you may be unsure of how to help your students. There is much we can do to modify our practice to support ourselves and our students safely during recovery time. Here, presenters Keri Bergeron, Jenny Loftus, and Arturo Peal answer questions and talk about yoga practice through injury recovery.

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About the Presenters

Keri Bergeron, (E-RYT 200, YACEP, MSPT) is a practicing physical therapist with 16 years of experience and has been teaching yoga and training teachers for over a decade. Keri is passionate about teaching the “why.” She believes that when people understand function rather than memorizing anatomy, they are able to integrate concepts into their practice and their lives.

Jenny Loftus (E-RYT 500, YACEP) is a certified teacher, licensed massage therapist, and registered nurse working in Denver, CO. Her varied experience has led to a deep understanding of how to support healthy aging through yoga.


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