ANATOMY/KINESIOLOGY MOVEMENT SCIENCES

Brush up on the ‘kinesiology’ of movement for yourself as a teacher or student, a personal trainer, Yoga enthusiast, Pilates person, and more…

on line or in person

Anatomy/Kinesiology On- Line Courses:         appropriate for exercise science majors, personal trainers, fitness instructors, Yoga & Pilates instructors and students- earn CE credits and increase your understanding of how the body really works.  If interested, inform Jo Ann on the contact page.

“Jo Ann’s method of describing and guiding students into understanding the complexities of our body, of human anatomy and physiology, was simply the best, most comprehensive, and certainly the most manageable, I have ever experienced.”  Darcy Miller, Denver, yoga teacher with over 100 anatomy hrs   

 Study the intricacies of the human body in beautiful places:  Costa Rica, Colorado, Northwest NJ or the South of France: from July 4-10, Jo Ann will present special PSOAS WORK from her new book during the Yoga, Reiki & Wine Retreat at Centre Terra Nova in the South of France!   www.neatretreats.com

or:  15-30 hours of Yoga Anatomy for CE credits in: see Workshops/Retreats page

200 hr TT at Rancho Margot, La Fortuna, Costa Rica - beginning October 28, 2014 – experience the joy of sustainable living at a UNESCO site and one of CNN’s ‘next list’ places

or:  visit Centre Terra Nova in the South of France this September 28-Oct.3 (50 hr yoga teacher training in Anatomy) and/or retreat for contemplation and transformation 

You can segue Jo Ann’s anatomy courses into the full 200hr TeacherTraining program in Costa Rica at the Center for Natural Living at Rancho Margot Organic Resort, near Arenal Volcano within the year to receive full Yoga Teacher Training certification!  www.ranchomargot.org

Classes taught by Jo Ann Staugaard-Jones,  author of Anatomy & Kinesiology books through Lotus Publishing:  www.lotuspublishing.org 

      contact Jo Ann at movetolive.joannjones@gmail.com for questions,                   and register early!

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