Tuesday, Sept. 24, 2013

noon-2 p.m. 


The Institute for Integrative Health 

1407 Fleet St.

Baltimore, MD 21231



Continuing education credits

Two CEUs: $10

For social workers, nurses &

Yoga Alliance members



Yoga for a Healthy Back

Most Americans suffer from back pain at some point, and often, muscular imbalances are the cause. This educational and experiential class offers a balanced yoga program to improve the health of your back. You’ll discover some of the primary causes of back pain, and by learning how to undo them, you’ll balance the body to reduce or eliminate back pain altogether.


Katie Thorworth, E-RYT

Katie’s unique combination of being a licensed physical therapists assistant and a yoga instructor at the 500 hour level, coupled with her extensive knowledge of anatomy and kinesiology, provides her students with the best possible scenario for achieving functional fitness. Katie teaches in a comprehensive way that empowers the student to take responsibility for their well-being.

Whether you're an elite athlete requiring sport specific training, or a desk jockey in the corporate world, you’re sure to leave a session with Katie having increased confidence in the movement of your body, improved knowledge of the importance of joint and muscle health, and strategies to stay healthy and feeling great.