Prospective teachers may wonder how facilitators will be able to add any new information into an already packed program. Most courses devote a reasonable chunk of time to anatomy and physiology, as well as teaching methodology. It would be simple to work injury prevention into these time slots or alternatively create an additional mandatory workshop into the program.
This video describes four types of movement, which occur in Yoga classes. In this lecture from Aura Wellness Center, Dr. Paul Jerard, E-RYT 500 explains the types of muscle contractions students experience, during asana sessions, regardless of whether they hold a pose or during a vinyasa flow.