Tutor: Natalie Wiltshire
Date: 16th June 2019
Time: 10:00 - 15:45
Natalie’s aim is to demystify the workings of the spine, whether you are at the beginning of your yoga teaching journey or a seasoned professional or someone with an active interest in the spine, she will refresh and unravel relevant spinal anatomy. We will explore key spinal movements that should be incorporated into a safe and thorough yoga practice preparation: extension, flexion, rotation, lateral flexion and inversion. We will practice these spinal preparation movements in the prone, seated, all-fours and inverted elevations on the mat. There will be group discussion as well as some asana work as we explore different yoga asanas to ensure that we and our students get the best out of our spines and what we can do to help when there are limitations in this area.
Natalie's teaching is informed by her background in spinal injuries, both as a Registered Nurse at the Royal Free Hospital, London and as a qualified RSA personal fitness trainer. Natalie has a special interest in those suffering from acute and chronic back pain ensuring all her students are building strength, stability , flexibility and mobility through their Hatha Yoga practice as well as profoundly increasing self-awareness and confidence.
Natalie works and studies annually with Pete Blackaby and Lesley Dike and has also studied with Donna Farhi. Natalie is registered with the Complimentary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC)
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