9/18 & 9/19 Proprioception and Use of Ethical Touch
September 18 @ 12:30 pm$299
The intention of this weekend intensive is to provide additional tools yoga teachers and yoga therapist trainees can use to assess and support their clients. We will discuss ethics and consent, hand placement and quality of touch, longevity and safety for the Yoga Therapist as related to transference and body mechanics, and how clear verbal and visual cues can provide a similar result without using touch when it may be contraindicated. Touch can help improve musculoskeletal imbalances, breath awareness, proprioception and provide security and connection, and our sense of touch provides us with essential information for enhancing kinesthetic learning.
- Included in 300hr auto-pay
- Saturday September 18th, 12:30 – 6:30 pm
- Sunday September 19th, 12:30 – 6:15 pm
Cheri Dostal Ryba, Franklin Method Movement Educator and Yoga Therapist, has been teaching movement for 20 years, full time since 2007. She started practicing Yoga as a student in a B.A. Dance degree program, and began teaching and studying Yoga more formally in 2007.
Studying and teaching about the human body and brain is her lifelong passion. Anatomy is often at the core of her lessons, giving students what she playfully calls ‘x-ray vision’. She blends yoga, dance, Franklin Method, and fitness education to address your goals.
Cheri offers one on one private sessions to adults. As a yoga therapist, she’s helped people with chronic pain, sacroiliac joint and back injuries, stroke survivor, mental health/anxiety, TMJ and neck issues, digestive health, pelvic pain and incontinence.
Proprioception and Use of Ethical Touch
For Yoga Teachers, discussion of ethics and consent, hand placement and quality of touch, longevity and safety.