Blake Martin At The 2017 Toronto Yoga Show

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With professional backgrounds in neuroscience, dance and thai yoga massage, Blake Martin has found a way to combine anatomy, psycology and spiritual practice into unique educational experiences for yogis of all levels. Join in one of his 6 workshops at this year's conference to learn more about a side of the practice you've yet to explore.

Thursday March 30 (6:30 PM - 8:30 PM) - TH6MAR -
I AM MY OWN YOGA ANATOMY BOOK: This lightning introduction to movement analysis will give you the tools to figure out the basic actions behind any yoga posture, whether or not a posture is designed for strength or stretch, and how to know the difference.

Friday March 31st (9:00 AM - 5:00 PM) - FR1MAR -
LEARN TO PRACTICE THAI YOGA MASSAGE: Breathe, stretch out, chant, dance, sweat and celebrate life! Ignite your heart energy and align with your inner Divinity as you move to Sacred Kundalini Mantras from artists like Snatam Kaur remixed with fun, up-tempo electronic and bhangra (Indian style) beats.

Saturday April 1st (8:00 AM - 10:00 AM) - SA2MAR
THIS IS YOUR BRAIN ON YOGA - A neuroscientist discusses recent clinical research linking the practice of yoga and pranayama breathing with their impacton the human brain. Learn about current findings on stress, immune response, and memory and research related to yoga and select neurological disorders.

Saturday April 1st (10:30 AM - 12:30 PM) - SA3MAR - THE BRAIN IN AN ASANA: Learn about breakthrough research that you can use in practical ways to make the most of corrections, feedback
from mirrors and your own knowledge of your body.

Sunday April 2nd (2:00 PM - 4:00 PM) - SA4MAR - NEVER NOT BROKEN: YOGA, DEPRESSION AND A NEUROBIOLOGY OF HOPE: What happens if I feel sad all of the time? Can yoga help? Is there any way movement can contribute to my mental health? What does science say about the link between my mind and body? Join a discussion of how depression is grounded in a physical body, and what recent research says the bodily practice of yoga does to alter the structure and function of the brain.

Sunday April 2nd (9 AM - 11 AM) - SU1MAR - BALANCE, COMMUNITY AND TEACHING YOGA: NEW THOUGHTS ON TEACHING AND LEARNING OF AN OLD ART: This workshop will examine cherished assumptions and present findings from new research into teaching in the yoga classroom. Help develop your teaching practice by keeping the best of the old and incorporating the best of the new.

Registration is now open! Click the link on this page and find Hillary's event to register. Full The Yoga Conference and Show pricing and schedule available on www.theyogaconference.com!
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By: The Yoga Conference and Show