Anatomy Intensive

Functional Understanding of Asana

with Rich Logan

July 15-20, 2018 | 1:30pm–5:30pm

This course is designed for teachers with some anatomy experience. The module will place an emphasis on the importance of observing imbalances in student’s structures and leave with a deeper understanding of how the body works. Students will comprehend the relationship of tension in one part of the body to a weakness in another. The final realization being that no part is separate from the whole.

This module has 30 CEC. These CEC may be applied to a 300-hour or 500-hour accreditation through Tejas Yoga.

Please note: For this module there is a 12-person maximum and 5-person minimum. You must register one week prior to the start of the program or have a deposit down of $100 to reserve your space.

If the course is canceled due to low attendance, you will be notified 7 days prior to the start date and will receive a full refund.

The training will be held Monday through Saturday, 1:30-5:30 p.m. with the exception of an off-site training day at a local cadaver lab (date/time TBA). The students will meet at Tejas and carpool to the lab. There will be a 1 1/2 hour break for lunch and then everyone will reconvene at Tejas at 1:30 pm. Saturday’s hours will be from 1:30-5:30 p.m.

Required Reading:

  • Jobs Body by Deane Juhan
  • Anatomy of Hatha Yoga by H. David Coulter
  • Trail Guide to Anatomy by Andrew Biels

This training is limited to 15 students.

Technique Training/Practice: 5.0 hours

Practice will include:

  • Practical exercises that bring deeper awareness to various muscle group and bones
  • Postures that will create openness, awareness and strength
  • Practice to demonstrate relationship of muscle groups
  • Functional application of muscle and bone knowledge
  • Application of breathing techniques

Theory/Philosophy: 7.5 hours

Topics will include:

  • Mechanics of breath
  • Review of muscles and bones
  • Exploring the nervous system
  • Exploring the articular system and fascia
  • Working toward visualizing structure

Methodology/Practicum: 12 hours

Topics will include:

  • Techniques to learn what the surface says about the depths
  • Practical exercises such as: Assembling a complete skeleton, forming muscles from clay and inserting muscles onto the skeleton
  • Investigating real bones

Additional Hours will include:

  • Lab hours
  • Reading
  • Homework


$500 early bird (paid in full 30 days before start date)

$600 if paid within 30 days of start date

A $100 non-refundable deposit will reserve your space. Call 312-386-9642 or register online.