Join Saraswathi and Dr Rob as they work with real students experiencing foot and ankle issues. Together they will share first-hand the different but complementary approaches they take when working with this region of the body.
The Workshop in Detail
Starting with how to take a focused history of foot and ankle: what questions should you ask, and what information can we gain from the answers given?
We will then discuss what to look for when observing the foot and how to identify changes to its architecture. Finally, we will explain ways you can challenge the foot’s function to assess how well it works during movement. This will include how to observe the foot and ankle in various postures.
Finally, we discuss specific ways to help improve the foot and ankle with movement and yoga therapy based on what we learned from these 3 steps.
Saraswathi Vasudevan is a yoga teacher, trainer and therapist in the tradition of Sri T Krishnamacharya. She has nearly three decades of study, practice and teaching experience in this tradition, having studied directly with Sri TKV Desikachar for over 17 years and other senior teachers.
She is the co-founder of YogaVahini, a Specialised Yoga Training, Therapy and Research Centre with centres in Chennai & Hyderabad and a presence in other cities in India and worldwide. Saraswathi currently serves on the Voluntary Board of Directors of Yoga Alliance, the largest international yoga certifying and credentialing body.
Dr Rob Lamport specialises in the Gonstead method of Chiropractic, a precise approach to correcting problems of the spine and joints. He was awarded a Master’s degree in Chiropractic from the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic in the United Kingdom.
He is the founder of More Than Anatomy, an online education platform for yoga teachers that aims to help them better understand the human body in health and disease.
Having first developed a strong interest in health in 1992, he has been practising yoga for the past 25 years and the last 11 under Sri O P Tiwariji.
So join us for this unique session that will illustrate new ways to conduct an assessment and the rationale behind the personalised therapeutic approach.
Indian students living in India: 2500 INR for current Yoga Vaidya trainees and 3000 INR for all other participants.
International students & Non-resident Indians: 35 EUR for current Yoga Vaidya trainees and 40 EUR for all other participants.
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Last Date for Registration: 17th Jan 2023.