Yoga Teaching Intensive with Judith Hanson Lasater


Get new insights for your own practice and deepen your teaching skills with this special bundled package of audio downloads with Judith Hanson Lasater.

Bones, Joints & Muscles: Identifying and Helping Musculoskeletal Problems in Asana.

This download includes talks with Judith Hanson Lasater consists of question and answer sessions related to sciatica, helping students with torn hamstrings, and other musculoskeletal problems.

Common Yoga Injuries: Anatomy, Prevention and Help. 
Thousands of people are seeking health care for injuries related to yoga. In this 60-minute yoga download, Judith Hanson Lasater, a teacher of yoga therapeutics, explores several topics including how to prevent injuries, and what students may be doing to contribute to injuries.

Arm Balances and Chaturanga for the Strength Challenged. Are your triceps nonexistent? In this yoga download, Judith Hanson Lasater discusses how to make even challenging yoga poses fun and easy by learning how to slowly build strength in your arms and shoulders. Learn the secret to practicing Chaturanga Dandasana correctly and with maximum benefit.

Philosophy of Sequencing: Why Order Matters. In this talk, Judith Hanson Lasater discusses the philosophy of sequencing, how to shape a sequence for your home practice, as well as, how to sequence both beginning and more advanced classes.

Handling Difficult Students in Class. All yoga teachers occasionally have a student in class who challenges them, either verbally or just because of how that student acts. How do we handle this situation so that we act consistently with our values of compassion and connection?


The Sacroiliac Joint in Yoga Asanas Practice. The SI joint is one of the most commonly injured parts of the body when yoga is done without proper alignment. In this BONUS talk,  Judith Hanson Lasater goes into the anatomy of the sacroiliac joint, common issues, and what to look out for in regards to the SI joint to create a safe yoga practice for your students.

Practicing Radical Presence – The Art of Teaching Yoga. Teaching yoga is practicing the art of being radically present in the moment, says Judith Hanson Lasater in this interview. Judith shares her three key secrets to becoming an effective teacher and offers her unique perspective on what it really means to practice yoga and approach our practice with authenticity and honesty.

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The practice of yoga is fundamentally an act of kindness toward oneself. This idea is often forgotten, but not by Judith, whose approach is warm, non-judgmental and responsive to individual differences and needs.

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