CPD Hand, Wrist and Forearm with Gary Carter
Tutor: Gary CARTER
Date: 24th April 2022
Time: 10:00 - 15:45
Gary will describe and explain the anatomy, articulation and function of the hand, wrist & forearm relating to its connective tissue & tensegrity of the entire body with new neuro-fascial discoveries. We will develop an understanding of how the hand, wrist & forearm works in key asanas and develop our kinaesthetic awareness, examining the balance of weight and developing greater subtlety within postures, movement and response to gravity mechanisms.
Gary brings his own unique teaching style together with his ‘skeletal’ models to give a great insight into how the body moves in yoga postures and the potential problems if we overlook the anatomical aspect of how we work. These sessions are great for both teachers and students who want more in depth knowledge of how to approach postures
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About Gary CARTER
Gary is a well known, highly respected teacher of Yoga with over 25 years of experience in movement physical training, anatomical study and bodywork practices.. He has lectured extensively on the anatomy of Yoga in the UK, Europe and America. He founded Natural Bodies movement & education, dedicated to teaching, training and encouraging kinaesthetic awareness, ease of movement and efficient body use. Gary's yoga background is based on the work and approach of Vanda Scaravelli which was not so much about executing postures but cultivating the conditions that allow the body’s natural intelligence to awaken.