As a teacher, it can often be challenging to know exactly how to support students who come to your yoga class with an injury. This workshop aims to give you the knowledge and confidence you need to be able to approach, support and empower students with common injuries.
The session will be a mixture of discussion, lecture, group work and practical demonstration covering:
- the most common injuries and medical conditions that students present to class with
- looking at basic guidelines for the best way to approach a student who has an injury
- review the anatomy of the parts of the body that are most commonly injured
- address how specific asana can be modified or supported with props depending on certain injuries
- discuss simple techniques for helping students to strengthen and stabilise injured areas of their body
“I attended this workshop and thought it was one of the most useful, information-packed events I have beenon” Sian O, Yoga Teacher
Who’s it for?
For teachers and teacher trainees. This workshop counts towards CPD requirements for Yoga Alliance members (6 contact hours)
Sunday 14th April 2019
10.30am – 5.30pm
After originally training to become a doctor, Andrew moved away from western medicine to pursue a career as a yoga teacher, massage therapist and anatomy teacher. Andrew has been practising yoga and meditation for over 13 years and teaching strong, grounding and inclusive classes since 2009.
He combines all his skills to teach anatomy and physiology on Yoga Teacher Training courses across the UK and internationally. He is featured in the popular book Yoga Teaching Handbook: A Practical Guide for Yoga Teachers and Trainees. His teachers include Hamish Henry, Paul Dallaghan, Eileen Gauthier, Kristin Campbell and Anna Ashby. For more information visit www.doctor-yogi.com
Book online today or give us a call on 01908 566610. Spaces on this training are limited and so will need to be pre-booked and pre-paid. Bookings are all on a first come first served basis and confirmed on payment.