Anatomy Applied: Dynamic Movement

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Anatomy Applied: Dynamic Movement

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Date: 15 Jan

Time: 1230 -1400 UTE+0

Venue: Online via Zoom

Event will be recorded for lifetime access

1hr 30min CPD Hours

Cost: £20.00

“It was great to have the chance at the workshop to apply in in practice the principles we learned to posture and transition. I learned things at this workshop that I can immediately apply to my teaching. Anthea Sweet is very knowledgeable and approachable and welcomes questions.  A useful and enjoyable day!” K.S. Yoga Teacher

 


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Course Outline:

This bite-size CPD is for you if you are keen to extend your knowledge of anatomy and apply it on the mat.  This event will be recorded for lifetime access.

How do we ensure our students move safely in sequence?

How can we apply our understanding of anatomy to enable movement that helps our students reduce and remove pain?

How can we help our students prevent injury in dynamic movement?

You will:

Improve your understanding of anatomy to help all yoga bodies in movement.

Learn why dynamic movement is central to our health

You will learn:

  • Some key anatomical components governing safe movement
  • Teaching tips, communication, cuing and adjustments to help your students develop safe and effective movement habits.

This event will take place via zoom.


 


Anthea Sweet

About the facilitator:

Anthea qualified with the BWY in 2006, completed the Yoga and Anatomy Series with Gary Carter two years later, and now teaches classes, workshops, retreats, 1:1 yoga and teacher training. Graduating with the Institute of Yoga Sports Science® (YSS) in 2011, she is an Advanced Yoga Sports CoachTM and Director of Academic Faculty for YSS on their teacher training and yoga for athletes courses. She combines these yoga skills with sports/remedial massage therapy and myofascial release, helping students and clients from all walks of life and sport. She specialises in postural anatomy and structural fitness, and has a strong belief in the potential of yoga for effective performance of the mind and body, injury prevention and lifestyle management. You can find out more about her at www.bodysenseyoga.co.uk