Injury Management & Therapeutics

Friday 14 August – Sunday 29 August 2020

at Surry Hills & Redfern

Injury Management & Therapeutics

Friday 14 August – Sunday 29 August 2020

at Surry Hills & Redfern with Sarah Routhier & Joanne Gates
$895.00 Injury Management & Therapeutics

Dive into the foundations of energetic and physical understandings of common injuries, and how to use yoga as therapy for healing, recovery and better wellbeing.

Led by Jo Gates and Sarah Routhier, this topical training will teach you how to apply lifestyle and a safe, effective asana practice for individuals with different needs and conditions – from back and disc problems to scoliosis and injuries, headaches, anxiety, depression and stress.

You’ll learn the physical, emotional and energetic aspects of ill health and disease, and how to restore balance in the body through tailored asana, pranayama and meditation.

  • Friday 14th August: 6pm to 9pm
  • Saturday August 15th 8am – 6pm
  • Sunday August 16th: 8am – 2pm
  • Friday 28th August: 6pm to 9pm
  • Saturday August 29th: 8am – 6pm
  • Sunday August 30th: 8am – 2pm

Completion of all days of training and the homework assignment (practical exam) are mandatory

Who is it for?

Students and teachers who have completed a 200hour Yoga Teacher Training.

Teacher Training Accreditation

50 hours Advanced Teacher Training accredited by Yoga Alliance and Yoga Australia. Note completion of this course does not make you a yoga therapist.

Pricing Package Options:

Sign up for 350 or 500 Hour Teacher Training and receive significant discounts to regular tuition fees. Email: or call the studio on 02 9211 0457 for more information.

Event Facilitators

Sarah Routhier VIEW PROFILE

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