Therapeutic One to One
Therapeutic One to One Yoga
with Mathew Bergan – 40 hours
Module Cost $790
Saturday 22nd & Sunday 23rd May
Saturday 19th Sunday 20th June
Venue: St Peters Primary School, Saint Peters, Sydney
This module prepares you to work individually with clients that may not be suited to attending group exercise classes, such as a regular yoga class. Students/Clients may have individual ailments or special needs that need to be addressed before they gain the confidence to attend a yoga class. You will also gain a ‘diagnostic, one to one tool kit,’ to gauge your client’s health, physical ability and emotional framework, with the ultimate goal to facilitate embodiment and energetic awakening.
Some of the practices you will be learning include:
- How to asses a clients range of motion within their joint structures
- Joint hydration and mobilisation
- When and how to use strengthening exercises
- How to facilitate movement using release based therapeutic asana aided by yoga props and hands on assist
- Myofascial release techniques
- Partner assisted contract and release stretching, (PNF)
- How to take a case history of a client and prepare a treatment plan
- Feedback on your clients case history and your personalised treatment plan
- Observation and feedback on your clients final assessment and how you executed your treatment plan
- Working with strong emotion and trauma
- Develop practices that support increased awareness in the body including pranayama, meditation and mindfulness.
- How to develop a nurturing and inclusive personal manner that recognises cultural and sexual diversity
- How to devise set homework for a clients treatment plan and improvement
What is Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation?
PNF stretching has been proven to improve active and passive range of motion. It can be used to supplement stretching and has been shown to help athletes improve their range of motion and make speedy gains in range of motion. Not only does PNF increase flexibility, but it can also improve muscular strength.
What is Myofascial Release?
helps loosen scar tissue and help restore normal function of the tissue while stimulating the parasympathetic nervous system. Myofascial release is applyed across the surface of the skin and commonly used as a relaxation technique.
This module is presented via lectures, group practice sessions, discussion and home practice sessions with your chosen client/s.
For your final assessment on the last day, you are required to invite one client and present your treatment plan that you have been working with over the duration of the course.
This course has helped many graduates gain the skills they need to run treatment sessions from their own home, or offer as home delivery.