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Yoga for Injury Prevention and Management How to Stay Safe and Have a Practice of Longevity

For all levels, including yoga teachers who want to help students with injuries.

Wrist issues; neck and shoulder dysfunction; low back, hip, and knee pain—as a culture, we are disconnected from our bodies. The underuse, overuse, and abuse of our joints often leads to inflammation, pain, or injury. WHAT YOU’LL EXPERIENCE
• Functional movement
• Posture assessment
• Lecture and experiential learning

Preventing an injury before it begins is the best way to avoid it in the future. Yoga can help us increase inner awareness of sensations, so we can listen to the feedback our body is giving us and become aware of our movement patterns and postural tendencies, restoring balance to our body and increase well-being. Come explore

  • Where you are overexerting your body
  • Which joints you don’t have full range of motion in
  • Areas you have relied on and exhausted, making them ripe for injury
  • Functional movement patterns for preexisting injuries.

By creating more space in the joints, we move out of compression and may increase the general health of the joint by being centered and balanced. This can help decrease inflammation and pain as we gain access to control of the muscles around the place of injury.

Note Bring a notebook. Lecture materials will be shared with participants.

“Kari’s dedication, knowledge, passion, and ability to communicate are astounding. She studies arduously and teaches yoga in a way that is approachable and just plain fun. Her competency is unparalleled. Everyone who enters Kari’s classroom will walk away inspired and delighted.” —Colleen Saidman Yee

Program at a Glance

Yoga Experience
All levels
Suitable For
Program Theme
Therapeutic Yoga


Kari Harendorf, C-IAYT, E-RYT 500, yoga therapist, educator, holistic health facilitator, and Reiki Master, has studied exclusively with Rodney Yee and Colleen Saidman Yee since 2005.

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Glen de los Reyes is a strength and conditioning specialist, posturologist, muscle activation technique specialist, motor control restoration specialist, and nutritional therapist who bridges the gap between rehabilitation and fitness.

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