CPD - Shoulders – Normal Function and Dysfunction
Tutor: Frances LUMLEY
Date: 14th May 2022
Time: 10:00 - 15:45
This day is prepared for yoga teachers and trainee yoga teachers to enable them to better understand the biodynamics of the shoulder girdle in normal function, the general effects and limitations during dysfunction, and how yoga can help them improve and maintain maximum function with minimal stress.
The students will be sent handouts digitally where possible, to print, read and bring to class with space for note taking where required.
The students will be asked to bring their usual mats, blocks, belts and blankets.
It will include normal anatomy &
biomechanics revision and simple exercises to improve function, whilst
rehabilitating common injuries. Handouts will be sent digitally where possible,
to print, read and bring to class with space for note taking where required.
Frances qualified as a BWY teacher in 1996 and went on to
qualify as an Osteopath in 2000. Both these areas of expertise aid her patients
and yoga students towards an understanding of their bodies in order to achieve
and maintain health and wellbeing. She regularly gives talks to various patient
groups, occasionally helps to run yoga courses and workshops, and has
previously run CPD days for the BWY.
Please note the refund policy can be found in the terms
and conditions section of the national BWY website.
Nutley War Memorial Hall
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