Tutor: Daniel Baines
Date: 23rd April 2022
Time: 10:00 - 15:45
They call Dan "The Magic Man" in Hastings where he works as an osteopath, anatomy teacher and movement specialist. After retiring from the dance troupe 'STOMP', he retrained in movement therapy and gained a Masters in Osteopathy at the London School of Osteopathy. He is a Kinesiologist, a Hypnotherapist, an Anatomy teacher for Yoga Haven in London, and a practitioner of Functional Medicine, a system biology-based approach that identifies and addresses the root cause of disease.
Students can be asymmetrically imbalanced in warrior 3, or struggle to rotate in one direction during twists. They might have constant niggles in their knee, back or even neck….and you think, ‘There is something going on here but what is it? This workshop will take you on a journey to understanding why.
You’ll explore the biomechanics of the foot and learn skills to assess its functioning and work with it. You’ll experience how a stiff big toe or old ankle sprain can affect your practice, how gentle movement can create space and ease throughout your whole kinetic chain. What
goes up must also come down so we will unwrap how injuries further up such as a broken rib, a concussion or an episiotomy tear can then affect how your feet make contact on earth.
Event Organiser: Gemma Newton-Smith07714578230 Please do not hesitate to contact if you have any queries.
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