Yoga for the Healthy Lower Back with Lesley Isaacson
Published on: 25/05/16
As Bucks County Rep, Pat Jenkins, I have the privilege of hosting a BWY IST day in Milton Keynes.
I welcome Lesley Isaacson who will be delivering the Yoga for the Healthy Lower Back workshop.
10.00am - 4.00pm, Sunday 13 November 2016.
Venue Old Stratford Community Hall, Deanshanger Road, Milton Keynes MK19 6NL.
The day will be interactive with practical and theory.
- The spinal column – looking at the skeleton
- Awareness of potential spine problems.
- Taking a look at the University of York Back Pain trails and outcomes.
- Develop the range of postures in the back pain ‘tool box.'
- Practice postures that can be weaved into your classes.
- Apply yoga philosophy to the experience of back pain.
- Relaxation for a healthy lower back.
The day is suitable for all yoga teachers, Pilates instructors who wish to deepen their experience of supporting clients, students or friends/family with lower back pain.
Please bring mat, block, blanket and belt.
Workshop fee: BWY Member £35
Workshop fee: Non BWY Member £45
To book or more information email email@example.com
Lesley has been a BWY teacher for over 30 years, gaining experience in teaching yoga in corporate environments, muddy yurts at arts festivals, private classes and 1-2-1. She is the past Chair of the BWY education committee and has gained nationally recognised qualifications in both assessment and verification. She is currently running her 8th teacher training course and co-tutoring the BWYQ teacher training qualification. She has studied for many years with an Iyengar teacher, who has instilled in her a detailed approach to asana. Studies with teachers in the Krishnamacharya tradition, and visits to the Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram in Chennai, have engendered in her a love of working with sound and the application of the asana practice to philosophy. She recently completed a 2 week Pilgrimage of Sound seminar in Chennai. Her approach is eclectic, and sessions are filled with her joie de vivre and consistent linking of “on the mat” yoga to “off the mat” daily life.