Yoga as a Therapeutic Approach in Pelvic Health Care
About The Course
Yoga is one of the most popular complementary health practices and is increasingly becoming more recognized and valued by health professionals and organizations. We have growing research that shows yoga can be safe and effective for people with certain pelvic health conditions.
This online physiotherapy course will introduce yoga therapy as a practical and accessible approach for people with various pelvic floor dysfunctions.
In This Online Healthcare Course, You Will:
- Gain an introductory understanding of how yoga practices and principles might be used as an adjunct approach to support optimal pelvic floor health for people who may be suffering from a variety of pelvic floor dysfunctions.
- Gain basic, introductory knowledge of yoga, yoga therapy, and PhysioYoga.
- Understand and appreciate the practical value, accessibility, and benefits of integrating yoga into physiotherapy treatments.
- Outline biopsychosocial factors that can influence pelvic floor function and performance and how yoga can play a role in addressing these factors using a panca maya kosha model of health.
Who Is This Course For?
This online course is for all rehabilitation professionals, including physiotherapists, physiotherapy assistants, occupational therapists, occupational therapy assistants, chiropractors, athletic therapists, exercise therapists, kinesiologists among others.
Whether you are a pelvic floor physiotherapist looking to expand your current approach or rehab or yoga professional wanting to learn more about pelvic health and yoga therapy, this course is meant to introduce how yoga can address pelvic floor health in an evidence-informed manner.
What’s Included In This Online Healthcare Course?
- More than 30 minutes of video lessons.
- Bite-sized information: all of the content is broken down into bite-sized chunks, so that you can easily watch a video on your break, over lunch, or for a few minutes at night.
- Lifetime access. You can return to this course at any time. If any material is updated or added, you will have access to the new content.
- Certificate of completion. Once you've completed the course, you will receive a certificate for your professional portfolio.
- Access to this course is through Embodia, and although some of the content may be downloadable (such as a workbook or slides if included), the majority cannot. This is to protect the instructor’s material and to prevent the content from being shared freely on the Internet.
- Embodia is mobile-friendly and can be accessed by phone, tablet, and computer.
- There is no start date or completion date. You can complete the course at your own pace.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will respond to your request within 2 business days.
PT, CPI, C-IAYT
Shelly is a physiotherapist, yoga therapist, educator and pioneer of PhysioYoga with over 20 years of experience integrating yoga into rehabilitation with a focus on helping people suffering from chronic or persistent pain, pelvic health conditions and professional burnout. She guest lectures at yoga and physiotherapy programs, presents at yoga therapy and medical conferences globally, provides mentorship to health providers, offers onsite and online continuing education courses for yoga and health professionals and is a Pain Care U Yoga Trainer. She maintains a clinical practice in Sylvan Lake, Canada and believes that cultivating meaningful connections, compassion and joy can be powerful contributors to recovery and well-being. Shelly is co-editor of the book Yoga and Science in Pain Care: Treating the Person in Pain.
Please visit www.physioyoga.ca to learn more
Course Material included in this course
Yoga As A Therapeutic Approach in Pelvic Health Care
Yoga Principles in Physiotherapy Sessions
Integrating Yoga into Your Practice
Prescribing Yoga Poses
Charting Your Sessions
Yoga Teaching and Certifications
Yoga and Pelvic Floor Weakness
Conclusion and What's Next
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