Two Day Therapeutic Teacher Training
Sacral stability is part of a broader topic of pelvic and low back pain, which is more intimately related to issues of the breath than we might realize.
This two-day training will focus first on understanding the sacrum and sacroiliac joint — its proper movement and the sources of pain in the ligaments. This will include covering beneficial actions — both remedial exercises and applications in asana — that go beyond most traditional instructions given in yoga class, but which are at the same time simple, accessible and whose effects can immediately be felt.
This naturally expands into consideration of the ‘Core’ and the bandhas — and how they are to be understood and applied in movement and asana. And this will be put in the context of the breath and breath patterns, with the understanding that many pain patterns in the pelvis and low back are related to disordered breathing patterns. In establishing better breathing patterns — with deep consideration of ‘Ujjayi’ breathing — we’ll reestablish the connection between breath and bandha.
We’ll devote plenty of time to applications in asana, with time for practice and for putting the knowledge to use!
Dates & Times Thu 8 – Fri 9 November 2018 | 09.00-16.30
Location Sint Janshovenstraat 1
Price €225 | €195 Early Bird (if paid before 1 September)
Doug Keller has been teaching workshops and trainings in the therapeutic applications of yoga for a decade, and is known not only for his effectiveness in communicating this ever-evolving approach in these trainings, but also for his extensive writing on the topic in magazines, journals and his two-volume work on ‘Yoga As Therapy.’ He is also, in addition to his traveling and teaching, a Distinguished Professor at the Maryland University of Integrative Health in their Master’s Degree program in Yoga Therapy. This program is state-approved and accredited for granting a Master’s degree in this field, and is fully accredited by the International Association of Yoga Therapists. See doyoga.com
Yoga Moves is a big fan of Doug and his work: esp his wonderful books and manuals he has written. (We carry this in our shop). We use a lot of his work in our trainings.
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