Date/TimeSat, Oct, 5th
2:30 pm - 5:30 pm
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LocationWild Lotus Yoga Uptown
This in depth workshop will address the more common injuries we see in yoga classes. The exploration of each injury will include anatomy, the involved physiological actions, safety precautions, and the modifications for asana. Injuries will include plantar fasciitis, ankle/knee/back pain and instability, shoulder impingement and upper extremity nerve syndromes including tennis elbow and carpal tunnel. You will learn therapeutic exercises that you can teach your students and manual adjustments for poses that relate to the injury. The intention is to provide you with a deeper understanding and hands on skills to assist you in teaching public classes and private sessions.
Bio: Tamarin Hennebury is an occupational therapist at Touro Rehabilitation Center in New Orleans where she uses yoga as the primary treatment tool. Her patients, who are referred by their physician, include those with neck/back pain, upper and lower extremity injuries, cancer, auto immune disorders, pelvic floor dysfunction, anxiety, and neurological disorders. In addition to her ongoing medical education, she has completed multiple accredited yoga teacher-trainings including the first ever 200-hour Soul School training, 500 hours with Geoffrey Roniger of Freret Street Yoga, and additional training with Mary Paffard, an esteemed Bay Area instructor. Tamarin taught for many years at Wild Lotus. She currently teaches public and private classes, and is on the teacher-training staff at Freret Street Yoga.
3 CEU’s towards Yoga Alliance
Investment $60. Members receive 10% off. NO Refunds