Foundations in Embodied Anatomy-BMC ® & Yoga-Process: Cells, Breath & Embryology presented by Lisa Clark & Amy Matthews

Friday, January 5, 2018 - Sunday, January 7, 2018

Lisa Clark
Amy Matthews
Dallas Yoga Center

Dallas Yoga Center
4525 Lemmon Avenue, 3rd Floor
Dallas, TX 75219

$450 thirty days prior to event / $500 After

FOUNDATIONS IN EMBODIED ANATOMY with Lisa Clark & Amy Matthews continues January 5-7, 2018. Embody your yoga from the inside out, bringing greater somatic awareness to your practice. 

PROCESS: Cells, Breath & Embryology 

Life begins as movement. From our first moments as two cells, through the whole process of our embryological development and into our adult lives, our cells are breathing and communicating and adapting and responding to each other and their environment. This cellular activity underlies all our processes of living and is the baseline of our existence. When we explore re-membering our embryological origins and embodying cellular respiration, we open up new pathways for awareness and shifts in consciousness.

This workshop is open to everyone, it will offer you fresh perspective on your yoga practice, and shed new light on the inner workings of asana. 

Explore yoga from a whole-body consciousness - learning new sources of structure and integrity by opening new layers of kinesthetic awareness. The Foundations in Embodied Anatomy immersion teaches yoga as a fully creative, authentic, life nurturing practice, and encourages us to reach into the roots of our full human design and potential. The requirement for entry into these courses is a personal movement practice and a basic familiarity with yoga asana. No prior experience with Body-Mind Centering® is necessary.

For more information

info [at] dallasyogacenter [dot] com

For specific questions about course work please email:
lisa [at] embodiyogalisaclark [dot] com

To attend Foundations in Embodied Anatomy-BMC ® & Yoga-Process: Cells, Breath & Embryology presented by Lisa Clark & Amy Matthews:


Fri, 01/05/2018 - Sun, 01/07/2018


Each weekend workshop is three full days:

All day Friday, Saturday & Sunday from 9am-4pm with a lunch hour taken mid-day.
The format for each day includes lecture, light asana, interactive study and discussion.

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