Anatomy In Action 1: Applied Yoga anatomy for Teachers: Lower Limbs and Pelvis with Lucy Lomax

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$25.00 Applied Yoga Anatomy - Lower Limbs and Pelvis

Anatomy in Action 1 – Lower Limbs and Pelvis – working with aligning from the soles of the feet through the lower legs, knees, and upper legs into the hip joints (pelvis).  Intended for all levels of yoga teachers and yoga therapists?.

Need a quick yoga anatomy refresher?  Want to brush up on what it means to “engage” specific muscles/muscle groups? Clarify a familiar instruction to ensure it produces the intended action? Better assess whether your students are actually “getting” what you’re teaching? Increase your toolbox with some easy pose/action adaptations when an intended action seems to be out of reach? Then come with your questions and let’s explore yoga anatomy in action together!

This will be a mini-workshop series of four workshops on action-oriented yoga anatomy – come to one, or come to all!

Each workshop will consist of a brief anatomy review of the areas being covered. 

Then the remainder of the workshop will be experiential, including doing the pose/action to understand it anatomically in your body, observing others doing the pose/action, assessing how to instruct to get the desired action in the pose, teaching the action, and understanding how to modify the pose if the action is inaccessible. 

Includes a handout of poses/actions taught.

Hours count as CE units for yoga teachers registered with Yoga Alliance.


Lucy Lomax

Lucy Lomax, Certified Yoga Therapist C-IAYT, E-RYT 500, RPYT, YACEP, C-WAE, C-iREST®, C-Y4A:Yoga for Amputees, began meditating and practicing yoga in the 70's and teaching yoga in 1999. After 33 years as a financial policy analyst (BS Organizational Behavior, Masters in Public Financial Management) Lucy became a full-time yoga teacher. In 2017 she became a certified yoga therapist. Her yoga background includes 20 years study and practice in alignment-based yoga, and since 2011, specialized training in yoga for seniors, the military, and those dealing with cancer, amputation, stress, trauma, and PTS (post-traumatic stress).

Her teaching is based on anatomy, posture, movement, and integrative body/mind principles and she focuses on trauma-sensitive yoga and meditation, and accessible and adaptive yoga for injuries, illnesses, special conditions, and recovery. Her teaching style is light-hearted and practical — she believes that the yoga you do in class should support everyday life, and that yoga should be modified to meet you where are on life's journey.

Lucy is a yoga teacher trainer for both entry and advanced level yoga teachers (RYT 200 and RYT 500 levels), is co-director of the Yoga Center of Columbia's Yoga Teacher Training 200 level program, and ia a Master Trainer for Marsha T. Danzig's Y4A: Yoga for Amputees program, and is an Accessible Yoga Teacher. Lucy teaches public classes, workshops, retreats, and private yoga therapy sessions. Learn more about Lucy at

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