Yoga for Back Pain: a Livestream Workshop
In this online Yoga session, Rosa will guide you through a series of effective therapeutic postures to help ease and prevent back pain.
This is Yoga from her Home, to your Home. It is an interactive Zoom class.Option to leave your camera off, but you will benefit the most by asking questions and sharing your practice in this special Yoga for Back Pain clinic.
Learn techniques for reducing back pain, and sacral issues using household items as props. This workshop is accessible to all who suffer from back pain-whether new or seasoned Yoga.
Recommended Props (not required)-alternatives will be offered.
- Yoga mat
- A chair
- A yoga belt (or the belt from your robe, a tie or a hand towel)
How to register:
First, decide which device you will use to take this class: phone, tablet, desktop. Then, download the ZOOM app or create a ZOOM website account(if you haven’t already got one).
Next, register for the workshop on the MINDBODY app. You need that app to sign up and pay. The class is listed on our MB schedule at 6pm on Friday, February 12th. Click here to register.
Once you register and pay, you will receive a link to the Zoom-hosted class an hour before the class. If you don’t see it, be sure to check your spam folder too. If you find an email from Apiant/Red Pearl Yoga, put that on your approved email list as that is the software we are using to keep everything organized and connected.
Investment is $25. Packages cannot be used for this one-time workshop.
Can’t make it 6:00-7:15pm that night? It’s okay-watch it later. It will be recorded and available(but not interactive) for a limited time.
Made in Brazil with Mexican ingredients, Rosa Santana, Iyengar Yoga and International Yoga Therapists Certified, has been studying, teaching, and propagating the therapeutic art of Iyengar Yoga since 1995. She was drawn to the mental and physical discipline after suffering three accidental falls, one of which fractured her tailbone. Since healing her back, neck and sciatica pains, she has introduced yoga to thousands of students who had never experienced this healing art and science.
In 2002, she founded Yogarosa, which has become a respected yoga studio in the classical teachings of Iyengar Yoga. She has hosted numerous internationally recognized teachers and continues to teach and mentor yoga students and teachers. She has been instrumental in the growth of Iyengar Yoga in South Florida, and many of her students have become certified teachers and studio owners. Her goal is to share her expansive knowledge, so that the light of yoga can continue to be passed down to younger generations.
She travels to India regularly to study with her teachers, and leads yoga retreats around the world, including Pilgrimages to India. Rosa has presented the benefits of Iyengar Yoga as a Guest lecturer at Nova Southeastern University, the National Multiple Sclerosis Society of South Florida and Puerto Rico, and the National Parkinson’s Foundation. She leads Iyengar Intensives in the US, and internationally.
She believes yoga is accessible, healing, and transformational to all who try it. Rosa has the gift of captivating youngsters, and also the experience to know how to help those with injuries to cultivate a meaningful yoga practice beyond the physical postures.
Rosa Habla Español e Fala Portugues.