I Help Yoga Teachers

Learn Anatomy in a

Simple & Easy Way

 

So that they can build their value as a teacher,

keep their students safe, and level up their teaching style.

Did You Know?

 

Over 30% of People

Practicing Yoga Get Injured

21% of people aggravate old injuries,

while 10% of people cause new ones

Why is This Happening?

Yoga Teachers Never Learned

Most Yoga Teachers have a lack of knowledge & Understanding of how injuries happen and how to speak to injury prevention in Yoga.

Yoga Teachers Don’t Feel Confident

A lot of Yoga Teachers feel self-doubt in communicating effectively what to say about injuries and how to prevent them in their classes.

Yoga Teachers Should Know

Yoga Teachers SHOULD know how to speak to injuries and communicate prevention to their students while practicing.

The Reality

We Asked Over 50 Certified Yoga Teachers from Different Trainings all around the world:

Do you feel you learned everything you needed in the anatomy component of your teacher training to feel safe teaching yoga?”

The Reality

We Asked Over 50 Certified Yoga Teachers from Different Trainings all around the world:

Do you feel you learned everything you needed in the anatomy component of your teacher training to feel safe teaching yoga?”

How Do We Fix it

Teach Only the Essential Anatomy

Anatomy is a BIG topic and there are hundreds of hours of content to learn. So teach only the essentials of anatomy that a Yoga Teacher needs to know.

Focus on the Biomechanics of Injury

Understanding the basic concepts of injuries will empower YTT students to prevent injuries in practice, and turn them into well-rounded Yoga Teachers.

Keep it Simple and Easy to Remember

Memory retention is always a problem for Anatomy. Using real life examples will make the information ‘stick’ so it can be referred back to in future practice.

Always Apply to Yoga Asana Practice

Every topic should be taught with the intention of ALWAYS applying the lesson back to Yoga Asana Practice.

Introducing InPrevent Yoga Anatomy

A specially curated curriculum that teaches injury prevention as the foundation of yoga teacher training anatomy

Our Approach

Prime

First, we equip students with the background knowledge needed to effectively learn anatomy.

Learn

We adapt teaching methods to cater to all learning styles optimized for memory retention and recall.

Apply

Students leave ready to apply their injury prevention yoga anatomy knowledge to every class to keep their students safe.

Why Integrate InPrevent

Quality Assurance

The value of your training will increase immediately by integrating the InPrevent Curriculum into your schedule.

Advanced Marketing

Being able to advertise Yoga Anatomy for Injury Prevention as a primary marketing tool will separate your YTT from your competitors.

Outsource to the PROs

Leave it to the pros who LOVE to teach Yoga Anatomy and have the skills to educate about injuries, so that you don’t have to.

Capacity for more YTTs

Avoid burnout by sharing the heavy lifting, so that you can focus on other aspects of your training and add more YTTs to your calendar.

Meet Empowered Clients of InPrevent

“What he (Michael) does especially well is making the relevant information simple and easy to understand, rather than focusing on the technical anatomical words he is more interested on teaching you how the body works and how you can apply the knowledge to your yoga practice or teaching.”

Caspian Burrell

Hatha, Ashtanga, Fly High Yoga Teacher, Bali

“His focus is about injury prevention and his method ingrains this model into all of his lessons in some way, shape or form and has made connecting the dots much easier as a yoga teacher and student. My biggest take away has been the fun exercises he implements with his workshops that makes the content easier to understand, digest and call upon in the future in my own practice and classes.”

Callan Mielnik

Vinyasa Yoga and Acro Yoga Teacher, Bali

“So helpful in deepening my own personal practice and my capacity as a teacher. He explains concepts with such simplicity yet without diluting the teaching. I find this very rare in something like anatomy which can seem quite abstract for me. But Michael really makes his classes engaging and fun. I highly recommend him as a teacher!”

Tim Whitting

Transformative Yoga & Thai Massage, USA

“I liked the mix of professional teaching but with the right amount of fun included. His sessions were well structured with interesting content and good & helpful bridges to yoga. He brings examples in a way that can be easy to understood by people who aren’t from the field and shows examples by marking on somebody’s leg/knee with colors.”

Iris Reichlin

Vinyasa and Hatha Yoga Teacher, Germany

Meet Michael

Creator of InPrevent

Michael is Senior Physotherapist with 10 years of experience in injury prevention and rehabilitation in Canada, Australia, and Bali.

Over 17 years of study and practice in the field of Anatomy, Physiology, Biomechanics, Physiotherapy, and Injury Prevention.

Michael’s focus is helping Yoga Teachers learn anatomy related to injury prevention in a simple & easy way, so that they can build their value as a teacher, keep their students safe, and level up their teaching style.