Anatomy workshop with Caroline Stuart – Sustain a health pelvis.
Friday 17th June 1/2 day workshop – times TBA.
The pelvis, the seat of the spine provides support and transitions forces and movement between the upper body and the lower body. Balances and imbalances in the pelvis play a crucial role in the health of both the internal and external structures of the Spine, pelvis and hip joints.
What is the pelvis. What are the healthy passive and active movements available to the pelvis. What affect do these movements have on the spine and the hip joints, and vise versa? What affect do standing, seated and lying postures have on the pelvis. What is safe movement, and what is potentially harmful movement.
Caroline Stuart is a Therapist and Yoga Anatomy teacher trainer, with 18 years of experience. She provides Massage Therapy, Yoga Therapy, training and consultation.
Her journey began as a Massage Therapist with a keen interest in Anatomy, Pathophysiology and Yoga. She went on to study Yoga, and completed her Yoga Teacher training in 2004. To deepen her knowledge of Yoga, she traveled to India to study at the Krishnamacarya Yoga Mandarim in Chennai. Her interest in Yoga as Therapy was ignited and Caroline went on to study Yoga Therapy for 7 years within the Krishnamacarya tradition.
In 2010 she began to teach Anatomy on Yoga Teacher Training courses. Upon request Caroline has written anatomy courses for training Yoga and Massage students. Upon invitation she runs workshop in VIC, NSW, SA and WA. She currently teaches for several yoga schools in Victoria and New South Wales.
Bookings are essential: Caroline is a popular and insightful presenter; make sure to book!
Contact: E: Agama Info and Bookings M: 0439 358 021