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Anatomy and Fascia with Michelle Dalbec

Anatomy and Fascia

May 3-5, 2019

Friday 5pm-10pm (5 hours)
Saturday 1pm-7pm (6 hours)
Sunday 9am-5pm (8 hours)
19 Hours credit hours towards 300 hour TT
Cost-$285 SAVE $35 if you register and pay by 3/1/2019

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Unified Body Yoga explores the layered aspects of the body-mind relationship which is the province of hatha yoga. Through the practice of hatha yoga we will explore how the physiology of fascia leads to a deeper understanding of the body-mind relationship. The woven aliveness of body fabric, knit together with the yarn of fascial continuity, provides both the home for and the transport system of internal sensation.

Asana practice will focus on “wisdom-centered movement” – the skillful expression of postures reflecting experience, knowledge, and good judgment.

Through embodied experiences and cutting edge anatomy & physiology this training will prompt a deep and personal awareness of the human architecture.

Teachers will become familiar with the working of the neural myofascial web, employing a deeper awareness of body physiology to lead classes that invite students into a more personal relationship with their authentic self.

Teachers will learn to craft classes that lead to a complete experience for their students, combining safety & challenge and effort & ease.

Join yogic anatomist Michelle Dalbec as she illuminates the properties of fascia and their link with the nervous system, unraveling the yogic path of transformation. Learn more about Michelle at

Michelle’s Bio:
Michelle Dalbec, E-RYT 500, is a passionate Kripalu and Yoga Tune Up® trained teacher and educator who hosts educational and experiential yoga programs, delivers dynamic and motivational workshops, and directs yoga teacher training. Michelle teaches with the intention to inspire authentic alignment, expression, and movement. Whether she’s teaching restorative yoga or vinyasa, meditation or expressive dance, she leads with an inquiry based approach that empowers students to realize their full potential and individuality. Michelle believes that yoga is for everyone and is a life-long journey of self-discovery both on and off the mat. Get to know Michelle better, visit