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A Deep Dive into Recognizing Successes & Principles and Application of Fascial Movement with Zachery Dacuk

January 18 - 21, 9AM–5PM

4-day Intensive for Yoga and Pilates Teachers and Curious Students 

When we approach a yoga class, we bring our bodies and the stories we have accumulated during this life. We carry injuries, both physical and emotional. They have changed the postural and structural alignments that exist between the bones, muscles, fascia, nerves and organs.
In class we ask students to move our body according to predetermined sequences and adhere to shapes according to poses. How does an individuals particular somatic history fit a predetermined design? Are our students particular needs getting addressed as we guide them through these movements and poses? Do their personal histories prevent them from accessing our offering?
How can we guide students to recognize, feel and change their specific relationships? Can we develop a language and understanding around what they bring and what they need?
In this 4 day course, teachers will come away with these tools:
• Seeing successes in their students bodies
• Recognizing structural patterns that are not serving your students • Translating bone alignment to soft tissue needs
• Language and techniques to make change to soft tissues
• Practical application of fascial movement in classroom setting
Schedule: 9 am - 5 pm daily (with 1 -hr lunch break)
Tuition: $595 before December 22nd,  $725 there after
About Zach:
Integrating 15 years of interdisciplinary bodywork, yoga, and anatomy studies, Zachery Dacuk developed the Conscious Embodiment Training. This teaching is an experiential and holistic anatomical study blending postural analysis with innovative fascia movement. He has been blessed to share this internationally from London to Tokyo and beyond.

Zach has created anatomy curriculum and manuals for yoga programs and students all over the United States including renowned teachers Schuyler Grant, Nikki Costello, and Ame Wren.

Since 2002, Zachery Dacuk has maintained a successful bodywork practice informed by Kinesis Myofascial Integration (KMI), Shiatsu, fascial manipulation and yoga. He is a licensed massage therapist (LMT), registered yoga teacher (RYT), and member of the International Association of Structural Integrators (IASI).

Zach is grateful for the inspiration and wise mentorship of his teachers including Thomas Myers, Gil Hedley and Elena Brower. Through his studies, Zach has explored yoga, Pilates, Gyrotonic™, African dance, and martial arts.