Aqua Yoga:

Linking Breath & Movement

For yoga teachers, aquatic professionals, yoga students, aqua yoga students and anyone with a curious mind

How do the properties of water affect a yoga postures practice and the linking of breath with movement? In this multi-module series learn how buoyancy, water viscosity and hydrostatic pressure can both facilitate and challenge breath-centric movements. You'll discover how yoga postures practice in the water will deepen your understanding of practice on land.

 In this series, students will:

  • Learn about directional flow of the breath
  • Experience how yoga postures in the water inform and influence the relationship between the spine and the breath
  • Gain understanding on what water facilitates and what water challenges in yoga postures practice
  • Identify how the various properties of water affect yoga postures practice and how the inclusion of props in the water enhance and change the practice
  • Consider how aqua yoga is accessible and beneficial for individuals living with various challenging conditions

Location: Aquafit of Plano, 1400 Summit Ave, Ste D, Plano, TX 75074

Aquafit of Plano is an indoor warm salt water pool open all year round. Learn more about the facility and their full offerings for all ages at


Round 1: June 10 - 28, 2019

Round 2: July 8 - 26, 2019

Round 3: August 12 - 30, 2019

Round 4: September 9 - 27, 2019


SPECIAL WEEKEND FORMAT: September 6 -8, 2019

Learning Formats:

Tuesday & Thursday 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm, includes 2:00 pm pool practice two times a week over three weeks (12 CEUs total)


Weekend Warrior Format, Friday evening to Sunday


See module formats further detail:

How to Enroll:

Full series registration


Partial series registration


If you want to pay for a whole series and anticipate needing to make up certain days the next round, contact Sandi at 214-476-9787. Your call will be returned as long as you leave a message.

 Continuing Education Unit Details:


These courses are taught by Sandi Tindal and will be listed on Yoga Alliance. Participants who are members of Yoga Alliance will receive contact hour and non-contact hour CEUs dependent upon which format they enrolled in. Aquatic professionals are encouraged to petition for their CEUs.


If a session is missed, the attendee will receive materials covered during the session however per Yoga Alliance requirements they will not receive missed contact hour CEUs unless they come to make up the missed session at the next series offering.