Perimenopause & The Pelvis
Date: Tue 13 Sept
Time: 1230-1430 BST
Venue: Online via Zoom
This training can be used for 2 hour CPD training recognised by Yoga Alliance CEP and British Wheel of Yoga and other training organisations.
"I have already recommended this course to some yoga colleagues - I thoroughly enjoyed it and thought it was really well presented and good value for money. I liked the mix of styles that Jane and Julia both brought. Having been trained by Uma Dinsmore-Tuli myself, Julia built on the knowledge I had already got from previous training, while Janes's Embodied Yoga Principles background brought a totally fresh element to the learning for me. It has been great - thank you."
Vicki Greer, Attendee, Perimenopause Training
- The Perimenopause is a time of great change, vulnerability and transition, not just to our lives but also to our bodies, and the pelvis in particular.It is the time that the menstrual cycle starts to fluctuate and eventually stop and this has implications for women physically as well as psychologically.
Therefore it is an ideal time to pay attention to this powerful part of the female body, to connect, create awareness and cultivate health and vitality.
This workshop will give a brief outline and understanding on what can arise with the female pelvis within the time of the perimenopause from a bio/psycho/social lens.
There will be a trauma-informed movement, visualisation and breathwork practise to explore and suggestions on how to create awareness and content within the yoga setting to accommodate the perimenopausal pelvis.
By the end of the workshop you will have
- An understanding of the vulnerabilities of the female pelvis during the perimenopause.
- A bio/psycho/social viewpoint on the perimenopause and how it can impact on a woman’s life.
- A physical experience of how pelvic friendly practises can be brought into yoga practises through movement, breathwork and visualisation.
"I've joined 2 workshops, both on the female pelvis, and I like the way Jane teaches. She makes any notions accessible, information are well organized and broadly discussed giving the group the chance to interact and share ideas. You'll have the opportunity to connect with your body by simple movements and a variety of tools she uses to better understand how the body works and its relation with emotions. If you want something that goes beyond yoga to deepen your knowledge and to give your clients the chance to explore their bodies in different ways, these workshops can be the tools you're looking for." Viola D
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