HIP + KNEE + FOOT
An Advanced 30hr Anatomy Training
This four-day anatomy training is perfect for all movers, trainers, yogis and humans. We will spend our time together diving deeply into the intricate anatomy of the pelvis, hips, and lower limbs including knees, ankles and feet. We will see how we can refine our movement practices and postural habits to create a stable, strong and capable body.
Our time together will include long asana practices, gait analysis, functional movement exploration, biomechanics and applied anatomy in a hands-on and practical way. We will explore and investigate how we move in all aspects of our lives, from the yoga mat to the gym, from hiking trail to the office chair.
This training is built not just for yoga teachers, but for all in the movement industry, including personal trainers, pilates teachers, runners and all other movers.
Join our Lead Physiotherapist Triton Tunis-Mitchell and Lead Facilitator Adam Whiting in this 30-Hour training that can be taken independently, as a part of our entire anatomy series including modules on the shoulder and spine, or as a part of our comprehensive 300-Hour teacher training program.
Anatomy lecture and application
Asana and movement labs
Lectures on theming and sequencing
Myofascial release practices
Functional movement exploration
Level 1, 60 Halifax Street, Adelaide.
Kaurna Land. South Australia
or Livestream from wherever you are
Students will have 6 weeks from the end of the course to complete the content.
$699 as personal study. Perfect for personal trainers or fitness industry professionals.
$799 with 30hr certification
Livestream: $599 with certification
200hr Teacher Training graduates will be eligible to receive 30hrs towards their Human.Kind 500hr certification.
The course will run over 4 days.
Exact dates TBC
Every day of the training starts at 8:30am and ends at 4:30pm.
There is an hour lunch break plus shorter morning and afternoon breaks. Each day includes a physical practice, lectures, and various other activities.
In-person price is $799 and livestream price is $599. When you go to book, choose your preferred option.
Cost includes: full tuition, coaching and mentoring and 30 hrs towards your 500hr Human.Kind certification.
Upon successful completion of the course, you’ll receive your 30hrs towards your 500hr Human.Kind certification, recognised by Yoga Alliance worldwide. Walk away with the ability to teach a life-changing practice in any environment: schools, corporate offices, studios, fitness centres, healthcare practices and beyond.
Approachable Anatomy will be led by Triton Tunis-Mitchell and Adam Whiting, Lead Facilitators at Human.Kind Studios.
Got more questions? Reach out. Our programs team is here to help you.
About Triton and Adam
Triton comes to yoga from a long history of body knowledge and practice. This includes over 30 years of training, performing and teaching acrobatics across Australia and the globe. Alongside this, Triton completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2004 and has spent more than 12 years as a musculoskeletal therapist, helping people both recover from injury and find their full physical potential. The physical and acrobatic nature of asana come naturally to Triton. However it is the meditative and philosophical aspects that have lifted his yoga practice from being merely another way to move, to being the practice that supports living a life that is bold, generous and meaningful.
Triton’s yoga practice has been interwoven throughout his acrobatic training but kicked off formally with teacher training in 2012. Retraining more recently with Power Living lifted the lid on what yoga in a modern world can look like.
Alongside his partner Tessa and the rest of the team, he is pumped to bring Human.Kind’s transformational practice to the Adelaide yoga scene.
When it comes down to it, I am a storyteller. These stories have taken their forms through many mediums throughout the years, but they all have one thing in common; a desire to share, celebrate and investigate the beauty inherently present in this human experience.
Yoga was the scalpel that helped me peel away the seemingly endless layers of anxiety, panic and sadness that had wrapped themselves around my chest. Yoga taught me that underneath those layers was a place that I could access that was quiet, spacious, peaceful and forgiving. It showed me that through movement modalities, stillness practices and self-inquiry work that we are all capable of cultivating a life that is driven by purpose and connection.
I began studying with teachers that I found in local yoga studios, and then I tracked down their teachers and began to walk along the path of yoga that I am still journeying on today. I have been lucky enough to sit with and learn from many of the great contemporary minds of this practice, including Rod Stryker, Maty Ezraty, Annie Carpenter, Jason Crandell, Tiffany Cruikshank, and Dice Iida-Klein. I have studied anatomy with Tom Myers, philosophy and history with Carlos Pomeda, and meditation with Jonni Pollard. I have been sharing what these teachers have transmitted for well over a decade now, teaching throughout the United States, Asia and Australia.