Anatomy in action to care for the body – an individual’s perspective
While most yoga classes help with a lot of general body ailments, the focus of a general class is usually to teach a specific range of postures. When a student seeks yoga specifically to manage an ailment, that individual’s body determines what postures are taught and how they are taught.
So how do we assess and cater for students with specific requirements in our class?
This course module will explore integrating assessment and approaches to teaching that cater to the needs of the individual.
Course learning objectives and outcomes
At the end of this module you will be able to:
- Identify postural or technical tendencies in the hips, shoulders and spine that may contribute to pain or injuries
- Be aware of an array of practices that address such assessment findings
- Plan classes to cater for the needs of varied bodies in multi-ability classes
- Provide appropriate, yet progressive adaptations to meet the needs of a multi-ability class
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Tamara James is a Senior teacher has been a qualified and registered physiotherapist since 1994. She has extensive experience that she will share during your 4 days together.
Course Details 2016
4 days: 8am – 4:30pm Friday 13th May – Monday 16th May 2016 at Celia Roberts Upper Brookfield Retreat
Enrolment for this course has now closed. See our other specialty courses here.
- David Coulter – Anatomy of Hatha Yoga
- Principle’s and Practice of Yoga Therapy Book 1 Dr N Chandrasekaran
Minimum of 200 hour yoga teacher training qualification. Special considerations based on prior learning upon request. Contact us if you are unsure, we are always happy to help.
This course attracts CPD points with Yoga Australia and other governing bodies.
Upgrading your qualifications
Upon completion of this course, you can undertake a range of courses with YIMI to upgrade your qualification.