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Ethical Considerations of Touch for Yoga Teachers

This workshop will engage your curiosity, combining knowledge of anatomy and movement, with plenty of discussion on how and when to touch in yoga class. Yoga teachers, join me to enhance your teaching with confidence, clarity, and skill!

Ethical Considerations of Touch for Yoga Teachers
with HanaKyle Moranz, E-RYT200, C-IAYT, LMT

Part 1: Discussion of protocol and the choices we make while teaching, including why and how we choose to or not to touch, gaining consent, and offering touch autonomy throughout an open class environment.
Part 2: Practical matters - come ready for asana practice!
Part 3: Q & A - expand your toolbox for teaching, share what you know, and learn from each other.


Saturday, September 14th
5pm-7pm

$40
Studio Maya, 603 Bergen Street, Brooklyn, NY

Click here to register

2 Continuing Education credits in Teaching Methodology are available for Yoga Alliance registered teachers.

HanaKyle Moranz has been teaching yoga for over a decade and works with a wide variety of people in her day-to-day practice. She is an E-RYT 200 and Integrated Movement Therapist (CIAYT) with a trauma-informed focus on chronic pain and injury management. Her passions for bodywork, exercise, dance, and anatomical studies all inform her work as a movement maven both in the studio and online. She can be found on instagram at
@hanakyle and @thebodyhotline.

HanaKyle Moranz