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Up and coming Yoga Courses in 2016 in the UK and Ireland

We are very pleased to announce the exciting line up for our Yoga courses this year! There are some new and some favourites returning, including welcoming back the internationally leading specialist Ginger Garner in the Autumn, teaching for the second time her very popular "Yoga as medicine course". Also, rumour has it, that some will be held at a world class sporting medical venue!

Here's a sneak peek at what's planned - 

"Introductory courses in Yoga for Physios" in several locations Hertfordshire 9th & 10th April, Dublin 23rd & 24th April, Leeds 14th & 15th May and London 18th & 19th November.

Two "Yoga in Elite sport" on 4th June and 1st October. Then, the year concludes with two courses in Birmingham "Yoga dealing with Persistent pain" 22nd October and finally, on 12th November "Breathing Workshop: Birmingham  Women's health (PF), Persistent pain, Stress management, respiratory, performance enhancement" 

Please get in touch if you are interested!


Upcoming Event...
Managing Menopause for Physiotherapists & Healthcare Professionals : West Midlands 9/10th November 2019

Saturday 9th November 2019

Managing Menopause for Physiotherapists & healthcare professionals

Treating and supporting women during peri-menopause, menopause and beyond.

A new 2-day course for Physiotherapists & healthcare professionals using a biopsychosocial approach to help manage this important transition in all women’s lives.

 

This course will look at the latest evidence and research and provide you with proven strategies and tools to work effectively with this group of women.

 

There are many symptoms of menopause including pelvic floor issues, pelvic pain, bladder dysfunction, pelvic organ prolapse, vaginal atrophy, bowel disorders, joint pain, osteoporosis, hot flushes, extreme fatigue and mood swings. Most women will experience some or all of these, and with differing levels of severity during their menopause journey. For many of these women approaching menopause comes with the continued commitments of elderly parents/growing children, work/career and maintaining existing or embarking upon new relationships. To effectively help this group requires an understanding of these challenges.

 

There is increasing evidence for a multi-faceted biopsychosocial approach to managing these symptoms. Combining appropriate medical treatment: HRT, pelvic health and musculoskeletal rehabilitation with a wellbeing and lifestyle management approach.

 

This course will develop your skills to offer a clinically reasoned approach to pelvic and musculoskeletal health and safe and effective exercise programmes for women at all stages of menopause.