Tutor: Mary MACKIE
Date: 13th November 2021
Time: 10:00 - 15:45
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For many people their first introduction to yoga is through the desire to become fitter and healthier. In time one will find there is more to yoga than simply ‘special’ exercises. Our nervous, endocrine and digestive systems are fundamental to our evolution, physically, mentally, and emotionally.
This day is an overview of the evolution and development of body systems and how we can use this knowledge to explore modern, functional movement in yoga. It's a fascinating exploration of how the whole being revolves around the felt awareness of ourselves, the chemicals deployed by our nervous and endocrine systems and the microbiota of our digestive systems. The effect of the interplay of all of this on our well-being is far-reaching. It's an interesting and fun day full of practices that you can use in your own life as well as a teacher.
BWY trained Mary has taught adaptive yoga for many years, runs a yoga therapy practice, Scaravelli style yoga classes, has been a DCT for 10 years and is on the faculty of Yoga United - Yoga Therapy Diploma training course, plus teaches anatomy and physiology for yoga teachers.
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I teach in the Scaravelli style and am passionate about empowering you to reach your full potential through yoga practiced intelligently. Originally a nurse, I qualified as a yoga therapist in 2010 and I teach one to one sessions for a range of specific conditions such as back pain, joint problems, arthritis, stress & anxiety, digestive disorders, diabetes and respiratory conditions. I am on the faculty of Yoga United Yoga therapy teacher training course. I also teach general classes for all abilities. I am also a Diploma Course Tutor for the BWY and train teachers at level 4 in Central London. I am co-tutor on the BWY Chair Module and teach chair yoga cpd. I also teach anatomy and physiology for yoga teachers and am on the faculty of IYNTTC and Yoga Campus TTC. I can deliver CPD on various aspects of this as well.