"Rachel has brought a ray of light into our yoga teacher trainings in Bali, inspiring, entertaining, and motivating students to explore and learn through her engaging teaching style. She has managed to do what few can—take a subject that is technical and academic in many respects and make it relatable, interactive…and fun!" Troy MacFadden - Founder of School Of Sacred Arts
Rachel’s teaching experience extends back 17 years where she spent a decade instructing osteopath students at UniTech in New Zealand after graduating from the British School of Osteopathy in 2000. She encourages her students to develop their own self-awareness and invokes in them a playful curiosity about what happens under their skin. Rachel’s down-to-earth teaching style uses storytelling and case studies, visuals of the body, interactive exercises and informative handouts to make anatomy an engaging subject for all her students.
She has taught alongside internationally renowned yogis in their 200 & 300 hour yoga teacher trainings, including: Les Leventhal, Tara Judelle, Kaya Peters, Tanya Kaps, Cat Kabira, Emily Kuser, Denise Payne, Bex Tyrer, School of Sacred Arts, Tina Nance and Beate McLatchie.
Based in Bali, the yoga capital of Asia, Rachel travels to yoga schools across the globe to educate yoga students and teachers in a holistic view of how the whole body works. She combines her extensive knowledge of osteopathy, sports therapy, pilates, Thai bodywork, and yoga into unique interactive anatomy and movement classes with the help of Charlie, her skeleton.
The Anatomy School offers varying lengths of trainings and workshops of informative, fun and interactive anatomy education giving the students time to integrate and embody the structural human form and how it functions in relation to yoga.
The Anatomy School will create a specific anatomy course for your teacher training, as the facilitator this gives you the option to choose the relevant anatomy content that you would like to be taught on your yoga teacher training.
With new Yoga Alliance standards in place by Feb 2020 which allows 20 of 30 hours of anatomy, physiology and biomechanics to be studied online The Anatomy School has a new 15 hour online anatomy education.
The Anatomy School offers a variety of anatomy teaching options, including an interactive online education course.
Yoga alliance new standards (FEB 2020) for anatomy physiology and biomechanics are 30 hours.
20 hours can be completed with The Anatomy School Online Education online.
Our programs can be adjusted according to your particular needs depending on the length of workshop and depth of anatomical knowledge required.
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