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Human Anatomy and Physiology- Part 2- Joints and Skeletal Movement

Learn about how our joints move, common injuries and their structures in 3D!
Victoria Johnson
33 total reviews for this teacher
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Completed by 16 learners
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$20 per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 3 weeks
60 minutes per class

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1. Students will learn why our joints are important, the difference between tendons and ligaments and why they are different.
2. Students will get a better understanding of anatomy and joint structures.
3. Students will learn about injuries and diseases that effect our joints.
I have a bachelor's degree in exercise science, 15 years of experience as a massage therapist and 3 years as a yoga instructor. I have also taken 2 courses of advanced anatomy and physiology that consisted of cadaver labs.
I highly encourage the students to use the coloring book attached to the classroom.
Provided- Note taking encouraged
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Attached is an anatomy coloring book for students to familiarize themselves with the systems we will be working with. It contains male and female genitalia however, it is strictly anatomical and will be discussed using medical terminology. The students will be referred to the pages that we are discussing in this chapter. I think this is a great book that they can use in many other anatomy classes. Please let me know if there is a problem with this and I can attempt to only send out the necessary pages. (it is a PDF doc and not easy to separate)
I use Kenhub for photos as well as basic anatomy books from my extensive collection to confirm material prior to this course.


Victoria JohnsonHuman Body Enthusiast!
33 total reviews
31 completed classes

About Me

Hello Students and Parents,
In 2005 I graduated with my certification as a Massage Therapist. I am a Registered 200-hour Yoga Instructor and Teacher Educator through Yoga Alliance. I obtained my Bachelor's in Exercise Science from the University... 
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