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The Anatomy of Movement and Injury Prevention
May 20, 2015 - May 24, 2015€650
Module 1 – 40 hours
The Anatomy of Movement and Injury Prevention with Lucas Benet
This is the first module of our +300/500 hour training.
All modules can be taken as stand alone trainings subject to availability
This foundational module will provide the yoga student/teacher/therapist with a practical way of understanding the anatomy of movement. This 40 hour module will help the student to access the structure and function of the human body in an easily applicable way. Learn to identify imbalances or dysfunctions can lead to injury. Further you will develop skills and tools to identify and treat these injuries through your deeper understanding of the biomechanics of yoga and movement.
We will cover
- Bio mechanics of movement
- The fascinating Spinal Column (Spine &Thorax)
- The Pelvis – The Great Connector(Hip)
- The Inferior Limb (Hip) (Foot & Knee)
- The Scapular Girdle (Shoulder)
- The Superior Limb (Elbow, Wrist & Hand)
5 Day Training Costs:- €650
(Full +300 hour training – €3,450/ Early Bird Registration fee is €3,250 up to April 30th 2015)
Lucas Benet – bio
Lucas Benet is a certified Anusara Yoga Teacher and an avid practitioner of Meditation for many years, among other facets of Yoga and other multiple complementary Therapies.
He has worked professionally for 20 years, with his own private consultation practice and yoga studio in sunny Marbella where he lives with his partner and two young children. He integrates his deep knowledge of the body therapeutically with his profound experience with Anusara Yoga – this sets the strong foundation of Lucas’s teachings.
Since a small child has been participating in almost every outdoor Sport imaginable that had something to do with the wind, water, mountains, beach you name it Lucas was there. His most successful adventure and sport was Windsurfing, where he was the National Champion of Spain/Europe and went on to participate in the World Championships.
Along with his many successes he has had many injuries that come along with hard competitive sports. These injuries led him to learn and investigate therapy and rehabilitation to heal and repair his own body. This path led Lucas is also an Integral Osteopath and holds a diploma in the ‘Rolfing Technique of Structural Integration’.