This weekend training is designed for Yoga Teachers who want to better support their students and loved ones when they are experiencing cancer. There are so many ways in which yoga including asana, pranayama, mudra, bhavana, philosophy, psychology and meditation can help. Yet there are also myths, risks and contraindications to be aware of so that yoga can be of most benefit. The weekend will be both theoretical and practical and you will leave feeling better able to support people in your life during health issues and at the end of life, as well as run your own Yoga for Cancer programs in your community. This weekend is facilitated by senior yoga teacher and registered yoga therapist Chandrika Gibson ND MWell C-IAYT PhD candidate in integrative oncology, who is currently the Director of Wellness Education and Research at Solaris Cancer Care, and has previously facilitated yoga for Cancer council WA and Cancer Support WA.
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Workshop: Melbourne Yoga for Women's Hormonal Wellness
Time: 9.30am - 4.30pm
This one day intensive training is designed to help yoga teachers support women through the different phases and experiences of their lives. Informed by current research, this practical day of learning will allow you to craft suitable practices for teenagers, premenstrual syndrome, dysmennorhoea, polycystic ovarian syndrome, peri-menopause, menopause and post-menopausal well-being.
Your facilitator is experienced trainer Chandrika Gibson, a naturopath, yoga therapist (C-IAYT) and researcher who is skilled in bringing forth your strengths and talents, to help you thrive as a yoga teacher, and allow you to broaden your offerings to include a more diverse range of students.
This weekend can be taken as a stand alone training, or as part of our Yoga Australia registered 650 hour Yoga Therapist training programme.
Allied health professionals with more than one year yoga experience are welcome, along with qualified yoga teachers.