Master Your Yoga Anatomy
14th, 15th + 16th April
£450 (£430 early bird if booked before 25th March)


A weekend intensive that will provide a strong anatomical and neuro-biomechanical foundation for you to excel as a yoga teacher and make a massive impact on your students.

Course Content

  • Pain neuroscience
  • The visual and vestibular system’s anatomy; tools to assess and manage these systems
  • The brain’s fuel consumption and how this impacts our practice, performance and pain
  • Tools beyond just utilising the breath that shift sympathetic tone
  • How use critical thinking to assess a student’s needs and adapt the practice accordingly
  • Applied anatomy, biomechanics and neuromechanics
  • Injury rehabilitation and prevention
  • Sequencing and cueing with neuro-biomechanical foundations


This course is a supportive environment where there is no wrong question. Whilst the content is deep and the weekend will feel intense, the course is designed to be practical, fun and engaging. We will ensure this via:


  • regular breaks
  • visual learning aids that you can keep
  • group work
  • practical sessions alongside the lectures
  • Q&A’s
  • relevant resource videos
  • games
  • teaching practice


Friday April 14 – 18:00 – 21:00
Saturday April 15 – 08:00 – 12:00, 13:30 – 17:30
Sunday April 16 – 08:00 – 12:00, 13:30 – 17:30

Learning Outcomes

We will cover:

  • Neuro anatomy
  • Applied anatomy
  • Neuromechanical drills to advance physical ability and manage pain
  • Assessing a client and how to use critical thinking to support their needs
  • Sensory mismatch and the neural hierarchy
  • The nervous systems structure and how to address it holistically
  • The brain’s three step process and how this influences pain and performance
  • How to dose drills appropriately for the individual’s needs
  • The 12 cranial nerves and how they can help adapt sympathetic tone and global stability
  • The visual and vestibular systems
  • How movement influences the cerebellum and how to up regulate this part of the brain.
  • Reflexive stability strategies

Teaching Team

Celest Pereira
Celest is a geek who loves anatomy, neuroscience and biomechanics. She miraculously acquired her BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy in 2009, despite dropping out of school at 16. She found learning at school really tough, however now credits her ability to make complex concepts easy to grasp, down to her learning struggles. She runs regular education-based workshops where she takes current scientific research, anecdotal evidence from senior healthcare providers and applies them to movement disciplines. She’s currently studying neuroscience and learning how it can be applied to improve health and performance.


A letter from Celest to you:

Hey there fellow yoga teacher,

Learning a complex topic such as anatomy might seem as daunting as climbing a mountain. I totally understand the feeling. I struggled with academia my whole life and never in a million years thought I would be someone to lecture others on a science-based topic. Over the years I have come to realise that the reason most people can’t get a handle complex topics such as anatomy, isn’t because they’re not smart enough, but rather that these topics aren’t taught in a way that sets the adult learner up for success.

Although my learning challenges were frustrating, I now see them as my ultimate strength. I KNOW how intimidating learning is, and I also know that the more fun you have, the more you will retain. That is why this course will be packed with serious information, but delivered in a fun and engaging way that will leave you excited to share what you have learned.

It’s the best investment you’ll ever make because once you understand some basic principles you’ll make a lasting impact on your students who will keep returning, again and again.

Geeky hugs,



Eligibility + Pre-Requisites

This immersion is perfect for yoga teachers who feel they need to level up their anatomical knowledge to help support their students in a more effective way.


But you don’t have to be a teacher, or even interested in becoming one to take this training. The only prerequisite is a keen interest in learning about anatomy, and an understanding that learning about the body can really improve your yoga practice.