WORKSHOPS & COURSES
Back Pain Course
Heal your low back pain in this comprehensive self study course that gives you all the tools you need to overcome the fear of moving and move past your pain.
Non-specific Low Back Pain
Persistent & undiagnosed Pain
Degenerative disc disease
£80 + option to add 1-2-1 sessions
Understanding Pain Workshop
For body workers, manual therapists and curious others, this workshop will help you understand the science behind your clients' pain, why it hangs around and what you can do to help them.
You will learn:
basic neuroscience of pain
the mind body connection
understand the mysteries of pain without structural damage
how to apply pain science to your practice
how specifically manual therapy helps (and doesn't)
alternative ways to help your clients
Falling From Inversions
Want to do inversions but too afraid? Want to know what to do if you fall? What if there was a workshop that could teach you how to fall without it being a big deal?
This workshop is for people who want to do inversions but are too scared to do them without a wall.
Sunday 13th June 2-4pm
Triyoga Camden (not online)
Restorative Flow Workshop
Great workshop for teachers who want to gain tools and ideas to bring to their yin classes.
~how moving helps us to relax
~the nervous system and how it relates to this practice
~types of stretching
~the benefits of moving in a stretch
~fascia & the nervous system
~types of stretching and ways to improve flexibility
Injuries Workshops (For movement teachers)
If injuries in yoga plague or frighten you, this workshop is for you. If you're a teacher anxious to keep your students safe, it's a must watch.
You will learn:
~how and why injuries occur
~who is responsible
~how to rethink them
~turn injuries to our advantage
The Handstand Course
If you love a handstand but can't quite stick it, this is for you. You will learn how to get up, how to come down and exactly what to do with your body to achieve balance.
In this self-study course you will be given the drills and skills to get upside down and stay there.
Level 1 - you're newish to handstands, are afraid of falling, or are working on the basics.
Level 2 - you can balance for a blink of an eye and want to develop your skills, refine your line and work on new challenges
Buy them individually or as a bundle to get the best out of your handstand training.