Functional Yoga Weekend December 3-4, 2016
with Alice Kennedy & Kenny Graham
Mild to Wild
Saturday, December 3rd, 12:30pm – 3:30pm
Are you a wild child, or are you a bit more mild? This well rounded, extended yoga class is meant to support all levels of practice in a safe, fun environment. All poses will have variations from mild to wild, and it is up to you to decide how wild you want to go! All levels supported and welcomed.
Sunday, December 4th (see times below)
Join us for a day long adventure into the therapeutic aspects of yoga. We will be instructing the most practical tools to help relieve pain that we use most frequently as experienced yoga teachers. The day will be designed to be a hands on experience where you can feel good in your body and help others feel great too. The techniques you will learn will support your own knowledge and understanding as a student, as well as help teachers
incorporate a therapeutic aspect to their teaching or working with clients. All levels welcome.
Lower Body Applications, 9:00am – 12:00pm
Common issues and misalignments with the lower body and functional movement tools to help the ankles, knees and hips.
Upper Body Applications, 1:30-4:30pm
Common issues and misalignments with the upper body and functional movement tools to help the low back, wrists, shoulders, and neck.
Please register by contacting Emily at (530) 836-1500 or email Emily@TrailsWithin.com
Alice Kennedy’s levity and love bring a unique blend of hard work and play to the classroom. As a teacher and student, she is committed to alignment ideas that support intuition, safety, depth, and healing. This includes a deep acceptance of oneself and the broad range of human experience. She teaches teacher trainings, workshops, retreats, and public as well as private lessons. www.yogawithalice.com
Kenny Graham has been teaching yoga since 2003 and is registered with Yoga Alliance at the highest level E-RYT 500 (Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher). He teaches teacher trainings in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond. Kenny has a strong understanding of aligned movement, biomechanics and therapeutic applications. He works with people from all walks of life with varying conditions and therapeutic concern. Kenny has helped to guide many people towards optimal health and greater freedom in their bodies. www.nomatnomads.com