$1,500.00 USD


No Refunds.  In the event you cannot attend, you may transfer your paid in full registration to another participant up to 14 days prior to the start of the lab. Transfers must be requested in writing and approved by Jules Mitchell. 



I hereby agree to indemnify and save harmless The Institute for Anatomical Research, its faculty, staff and any of its subsidiaries, Five Hours, LLC, Jules Mitchell MS and employees and assistants thereof (hereafter “the Institute et alia”) from and against all liability claims and demands on account of injury to persons including resulting therefrom and damage to property arising out of participation in any and all Intensive Human Dissection Workshops to be held at The Institute for Anatomical Research, located at 1490 West Fillmore Street, Suite 130, Colorado Springs, CO, 80904, except from and against such claims and demands which may arise out of the sole negligence of the Institute et alia.


Portions of this event may be filmed, photographed, and/or recorded. By signing here, you consent to the possible reproduction of your likeness and/or voice, as well as the likeness/voice of any person representing your product or service, and you waive any claims in connection therewith.


Graduates Lab June 2024 | Pay In Full

Explore connective tissue mechanics, musculoskeletal anatomy, and breathing mechanics in a hands-on in-person cadaver lab. Eligible for 28 CEU’s upon completion.

Tuesday - Friday, June 25-28, 2024
Colorado Springs, CO

$1500 USD Before March 1st
$1800 USD Late Registration

You're here because you've received an exclusive invitation to the 300hr graduates-only 4-day lab. Space is limited to 20 participants. I hope you join us!


In this lab, you will dissect specific anatomical structures of an embalmed cadaver (and possibly an unembalmed one as well). Jules and her team will prepare the cadaver prior to your arrival each day to reflect and present the specific structures noted on the course itinerary. You will have the opportunity to touch, feel, and dissect yourself, although some prefer to spend most of their first time in the lab watching and listening. However you choose to take in the content, you’ll walk away with a greater understanding of anatomy and biomechanics, especially as it relates to how we teach yoga. Jules will host a Zoom meeting prior to the lab, as well as after the lab, and will assign small sections of reading for discussion during the lab. 

Learn more about the lab here.