Myfascial Release Training For Teachers with Rachel Land
Hot Yoga Dublin
Sat September 28th 2019 12:00 pm – Sun September 29th 2019 5:00 pm (BST)
Myofascial Release for Teachers - 12 hrs CPD With YA
Saturday 28th 12-5pm & Sunday 29th September 9am-5pm
It’s not enough to support muscle strength and flexibility; the connective tissue, or fascia, that surrounds, supports and interconnects our muscles must be supple and elastic as well. As teachers we want every possible tool to help our students care for their health and wellness, and myofascial release is a powerful, yet accessible, tool that perfectly complements the other yoga practices in your teaching toolkit.
Through this interactive teacher workshop, you’ll learn:
- What fascia is
- How fascia functions and common areas of dysfunction
- The role of fascia in communication and interoception
- Principles of myofascial release
- Tools and techniques for myofascial release in a yoga setting
- How to incorporate myofascial release into group and private sessions
- Common teaching challenges
- Themes and sequencing approaches
- You’ll leave with a pair of Rad Roller Yoga Medicine Recovery Rounds and a handout to help you remember key lessons learned.
Rachel found yoga as a teenager, relishing how it challenged her body and calmed her mind. Over the next 20 years, through a Business Degree, a stint in corporate marketing, and international travels, yoga became a touchstone that she returned to repeatedly until it sparked the idea of something more. In 2011 Rachel finally became a Yoga Alliance registered teacher. Since then she has completed courses in Anatomy & Physiology, Nutrition, Sports Training & Development, Mentoring and Yin Yoga, as well as a 500-hour yoga training with Yoga Medicine, focusing on the anatomy and function of the shoulders, hips and spine. Rachel is now an E-RYT500 yoga teacher and Yoga Medicine teacher trainer based in Queenstown, New Zealand. Rachel continues to study extensively with Yoga Medicine and has been personally mentored by Tiffany Cruikshank. Passionate aboutreal-world application of her studies in anatomy and alignment, she uses yoga to help her students create strength, stability and clarity of mind. She takes her role seriously, but takes herself lightly.
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