100-hour Principles of Functional Vinyasa: The Anatomy and Physiology of Yoga with Angie Yeo, Oct 14 - 25

River Valley
Monday - Friday, October 14 - 25, 2024
8am - 5pm

This 100 hour Continuing Education Training (CET) is designed to provide existing yoga teachers with an enhanced understanding on the anatomy and physiology of yoga. This training is ideal for yoga teachers who are seeking an update in terms of their understanding of human anatomy in the realm of Vinyasa Yoga. This training is split into 5 pillars: Vinyasa Fundamentals, Hips and Lower Limbs anatomy, Core anatomy, Shoulders anatomy, and specialised areas such as modifying the practice of Pre/Post-natal practitioner and the principles of injury management. 

A breakdown of the day is as follows:

  • 8am - 9.30am: Understanding Key Concepts of the Day
  • 9.30am - 11.30am: Morning Practice
  • 11.45am - 1.15pm: Lunch Break
  • 1.15pm - 3.15pm: Lecture 1 (Anatomy + Physiology)
  • 3.45pm - 5pm: Sequencing Discussion

At the end of this 100 hour training, you will:

  • Have a better grasp on the fundamental concepts underpinning anatomy
  • Gain a deeper understanding on the anatomy and physiology of the various anatomical regions
  • Be confident in structuring a beneficial practice for students with commonly seen ailments and injuries 
  • Enhance your classes to providing a challenging, but also a safe and inclusive practice for all levels

There will be a 10 hour coursework upon the conclusion of the training period to be submitted post-training. This will go towards your 100hour CET certification.


Early bird (by September 16): $1,080
Regular: $1,200

Receive 20% off if you're on membership. Email to sign up. 

Cancellation Policy

Please note that this event is non-refundable.


Angie's approach to the vinyasa practice emphasises heavily on anatomy and functional alignment. She strongly believes that advanced yoga poses can only be safely achieved through greater mastery of the simplest of poses and the smallest of details that comes with it. Her area of interest lies in anatomy and biomechanics underpinning the yoga practice, heavily influenced by her training with Jason Crandell. She seeks to ground her classes firmly in anatomical understanding, whether it is through her own further studies, or through consultations and ongoing education with physiotherapists, osteopaths, and exercise physiologists. She is also currently spending her time at a physiotherapist clinic to learn more about injuries and rehabilitation in a clinical setting. 

In all her classes and trainings, she strives to teach in a systematic and easily understood manner. Her trainings are crafted with the intention to provide teachers and students with specialised knowledge and instill greater confidence in them to embark on teaching yoga. Through her experience in leading multiple teacher trainings over the years, she believes in the importance of providing students with ongoing support and opportunities to further their growth beyond a standard 200-hr yoga teacher training curriculum, as well as the importance of having basic anatomical awareness underpinning the yoga practice to ensure a sustainable and injury-free practice.