A unique one day course exploring the integration of Myofascial Release and Muscle Energy Techniques (MET’s) with Yoga poses (Asanas). Following an introduction to Myofascial release, ‘Anatomy Trains’ and a review of current Manual therapy techniques, we will discuss how yoga postures can be effortlessly integrated into clinical practice to maximise patient outcomes. Practical sessions learning to apply facilitatory manual therapy techniques in progressive postures/positions will enable participants to utilise these two harmonious concepts to optimise therapeutic benefits of treatment. Reference will be made to Myers’ Anatomy Trains’ concepts throughout the day as they complement yoga theory so well. The course is suitable for those new to both Yoga and Myofascial release/MET’s or practitioners with experience of either of the skills who would like to explore the concepts further.
Here’s what previous participants have said about the day;
“Very practical and related to clinical practice. (We) covered a wide range of poses that can be adapted as well”
“The tutors (were) very experienced in their fields of practice. A good blend of theory and practical work, kept within the clinical model”
This course is open to Physiotherapists, Chiropractors, Osteopaths and Sports Therapists.
Following course completion participants will:
- Have increased confidence in applying Myofascial techniques
- Have a greater understanding of Yoga principles and postures.
- Effectively combine fascial techniques with yoga postures.
- Feel relaxed and supple!
This course will be held at:
Location: Royal United Hospital (RUH) Bath
June 24th 2017
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To book your place please contact Jo Galise on:
email@example.com or call 07917327322 or 01225 312522