Yoga Therapy - Musculoskeletal (Spine and Joints) issues
Time & Location
About the Event
As per WHO: Approximately 1.71 billion people have musculoskeletal conditions worldwide. Among musculoskeletal disorders, low back pain causes the highest burden with a prevalence of 568 million people.
Musculoskeletal conditions are the leading contributor to disability worldwide, with low back pain being the single leading cause of disability in 160 countries.
Musculoskeletal conditions significantly limit mobility and dexterity, leading to early retirement from work, lower levels of well-being and reduced ability to participate in society
When traditional Yoga has been used and how to alleviate musculoskeletal pain and has been associated with significant improvement in range of motion and function, decreased tenderness, lower levels of depressive symptoms, and decreased pain during activity in patients with musculoskeletal disorders
How exactly Yoga fits into a therapeutic mode?
Yoga Therapy can extend the benefit of yoga to specific ailment for specific individual. Depends of the case, it works holistically, addressing not only the pain, but the root cause it, yoga therapy using:
- Asanas (modified, and creative movements)
- breathing and pranayama
- Lifestyle and diet recommendation
to help the individual either to heal completely, speed the effect of the clinical medication if any and at least maximize the functionality of the individual under the condition he/she has
Yoga Therapy, highly individual. Each student has its own challenges and capacities, case studies proved YT methodology highly adaptable, active vinyasa style that encourages movement coordinated with breath, and accompanied by relaxing and stress relief practices to ensure a cancer survivor achieves the maximum benefits from yoga.
4-days Program should have theoretical part as well as hands on experience.
Workshop provides the scientific facts and tools so yoga and healthcare professionals can addresses specific physical and emotional side-effects of different problems of Musculoskeletal issues
•Introduction to Yoga Therapy methodology
•Introduction to Musculoskeletal System
• Spine curvature; Scoliosis, Kyphosis, Lordosis, understanding and how yoga intervene
• neck, lower back and Knees pain-how to address The physical and physiology effect of yoga
•Short and long term side-effects and how yoga can alleviate them
•Asanas and Pranayama (Modifications and adaptation to each case)
•Guidance on how to create an effective and safe class or practice
•Supervised practice teaching
Who to Attend
200 Euros including:
4 days lecture and practical sessions and cases
Full Assessment and practice for 1 patient per attendees