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CPD - Hypermobility - Risks, Skill Development and Longevity

26th June 2022
at St John's Lye Memorial Hall


CPD - Hypermobility - Risks, Skill Development and Longevity

Tutor: Carol TREVOR

Date: 26th June 2022

Time: 10:00 - 15:45

Location: St John's Lye Memorial Hall

Type of Event: CPD

Places Available: 7


Hypermobility is commonly evident in yoga classes (and among yoga teachers), but is it catered for? Are adaptations optional or essential for a condition that can range from asymptomatic to debilitating, and what happens with age? Hypermobility may initially seem like a blessing in yoga, yet it can present unique - and possibly surprising – challenges, ranging from joint pain, stiffness and tension, a propensity for injury and compensatory imbalances, to a scattered mind and difficulty with spatial awareness. 
With care and patience, yoga is a supportive practice for hypermobility, with benefits extending far into daily life. How can we, as teachers, best work with hypermobility, so that yoga remains safe, enjoyable, beneficial and sustainable? How can approaches for hypermobility benefit the whole class? Join us to explore this important subject and refine new skills and understanding in a supportive, interactive environment.  
Carol Trevor began practising yoga in 1991. Qualified with the BWY in London, she has contributed to teacher training programmes since 2008 and offers CPD workshops and trainings. She is an Advanced Relax and Renew Trainer®, having studied with and assisted Judith Hanson Lasater, is certified in yoga nidra and qualified in sports massage therapy. Through personal exploration, study and teaching she is experienced in working with hypermobility and associated conditions such as neurodiversity. Much of her local teaching is on a one-to-one basis. Originally a linguist with corporate and public sector experience, Carol has an interest in ways of life, universal wisdom and yoga philosophy. Her intuitive and collaborative approach to teaching encourages curiosity, self-inquiry and autonomy.

Venue

St John's Lye Memorial Hall
St John's Lye
Woking
Surrey
GU21 7SQ

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Summary

About Carol TREVOR

Carol Trevor began practising yoga in 1991. Qualified with the BWY in London, she has contributed to teacher training programmes in Cambridge, Hertfordshire and London since 2008 and offers CPD workshops and trainings. She is an Advanced Relax and Renew Trainer®, having studied with and assisted Judith Hanson Lasater, is certified in yoga nidra and qualified in sports massage therapy. Through personal exploration, study and teaching she is experienced in working with hypermobility and associated conditions such as neurodiversity. Much of her local teaching is on a one-to-one basis. Originally a linguist with corporate and public sector experience, Carol has an interest in ways of life, universal wisdom and yoga philosophy. Her intuitive and collaborative approach to teaching encourages curiosity, self-inquiry and autonomy.