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SAYF Training to better understand how to modify any movement based on biomechanics & to incorporate yoga stretches & strength to expand your tools & resources 


Personal Trainer

SAYF Training Offers So Much:


  • In Lesson 1, we learn about joint activation and muscle contraction, the importance of language in reducing the likelihood of injury, and how tissues get injured and the simplest ways to reduce the likelihood of that happening that can be applied to any pose or movement.

  • Learn up-to-date information on yoga asana and human movement mechanics.

  • Explore skeletal, soft tissue, subtle energy, and muscle anatomy as it applies to yoga asana.

  • Expand your language to offer more asana options in a way that helps every student to feel equally welcome and successful.

  • In Lesson 2, we learn how the tradition of the bandhas act as energetic foundations and tissue activation to better stabilize & naturally align the body in asana.

  • Apply critical thinking and guidelines that can be applied to most yoga asana "styles" and approaches to reduce the likelihood of injury.

  • In Lesson 3, we learn to "respect the risks" of some of the most popular poses by offering options to vary load and range of motion for individual needs.

  • Learn through a variety of methods including: text, videos, images, diagrams, stress-free quizzes and a final exam.

  • This course is 20 CE hours and may be eligible for professional continuing education for your yoga, therapeutic, or movement modalities and certifications.

  • Be rewarded with discounted liability insurance through BeYogi for those who are SAYF-Certified.

  • Add an earned credential to your name: Taylor Doe, SAYF, LMT

Expanding your training in biomechanics & tissue injury reduction AND including the healing power of yoga in your sessions...

Expand your training in human movement mechanics to be able to modify yoga poses for balance, strength, & flexibility tailored to your clients.

“As a personal trainer for over 10 years, SAYF helped me to understand how to better modify exercises by understanding the effect of load and range of motion on tissues. SAYF, also, is the perfect option to incorporate yoga pose stretch and strength options into warm-up/cooldown for my clients in a way that is great for all bodies.”
~Shilo Nelson, Personal Trainer, RYT 500, SAYF

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