• July 16–21, 2017
  • Sunday–Friday: 5 nights

Therapeutic Yoga Essentials of Yoga Anatomy for Safe and Effective Practice

For yoga practitioners, yoga teachers, and healthcare practitioners.

Learn how to approach yoga in a safe and therapeutic way. When asana is correctly performed, it can help with underlying muscular and movement imbalances that contribute to various joint and muscle conditions, pain, and dysfunction. Join Marlysa Sullivan to explore how

  • Joints and muscles work in each part of the body and their application to yoga
  • You can optimally engage each posture for healing, as well as for a stronger, more effective practice
  • Postures and optimal sequencing can correct musculoskeletal and movement issues
  • The nervous system, breath, the mind, and meditation practices relate to the health of the body and the practice of asana.

Program at a Glance

Yoga Experience
All levels
Suitable For
Program Theme
Therapeutic Yoga


Marlysa Sullivan, MPT, C-IAYT, is an assistant professor in integrative health sciences, researcher, physical therapist, and yoga therapist specializing in chronic pain, neurological, and orthopedic conditions.

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Ann Swanson, MS in Yoga Therapy, C-IAYT, E-RYT 500, LMT, studied yoga in the Himalayas and joined the first MS degree program in yoga therapy.

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