CANCELLED - Creating Compassionate Care: Practical Mindfulness, Meditation & Yoga-Based Breathing & Movement for Healthcare Professionals - Part 2

*Registration payment includes Credit Cards and Interfund Transfers ONLY.

Target Audience

Social Workers, case managers, public health professionals, health educators, any other healthcare professionals interested in yoga & mindfulness.

Description

With compassion being at the forefront of healthcare practices, it is important to use various tools to create ideal being for patients and practitioners alike. Integrating the best of the eastern evidenced-based practices with your current modalities can be an amazingly effective way to care for your patients. You will walk away from this workshop with a better personal and professional understanding of mindfulness, meditation, yoga-based breathing and movement.

This workshop is a continuation of Part 1 using the most effective uses of these ancient technologies so that you and your patients can receive the ultimate benefits (Please note Part 1 is not necessary for completion of this workshop).

It is scientifically proven in that many aspects of mindfulness, meditation, breath work and yoga can help with stress reduction, pain management, anxiety, depression, trauma and overall emotional health as well as help with joint mobility and injury prevention. This workshop will show you how to practically and easily use these techniques to enhance compassionate care in your practice.

Speaker
Aly Faber CBP, CMP, CYT, RYT, IYTA

***Attendees are encouraged to wear yoga attire, loose or similar clothing for the class to allow for stretching and/or comfort. Please also bring a yoga mat or towel***

Objectives

  • Bring Mindfulness Practices into Everyday Life through Easy Techniques
  • Experience Various Styles of Meditation and Application for Your Specific Patient Population
  • Practice Breathing Exercises and Learn the Application for Your Specific Patient Population
  • Learn Simple Yoga-Based Movement Techniques and Application for Your Specific Patient Population
  • Experience Using Props to Create an Ideal Environment for Compassionate Client Care

Contact

Kimberly Jester, BS, 704-512-6528

Sessions

Status
Canceled
Presenter(s)
Aly P Faber, E-RYT, IYTA
Date(s)
Sep 21, 2017
Time
9:30 AM - 2:30 PM
Check-In Time
9:00 AM
Credit
0.45 - CEU
4.50 - Contact Hours
Location
Charlotte AHEC
Room
Classroom 14
Description
With compassion being at the forefront of healthcare practices, it is important to use various tools to create ideal being for patients and practitioners alike. Integrating the best of the eastern evidenced-based practices with your current modalities can be an amazingly effective way to care for your patients. You will walk away from this workshop with a better personal and professional understanding of mindfulness, meditation, yoga-based breathing and movement. This workshop is a continuation of Part 1 using the most effective uses of these ancient technologies so that you and your patients can receive the ultimate benefits (Please note Part 1 is not necessary for completion of this workshop). It is scientifically proven in that many aspects of mindfulness, meditation, breath work and yoga can help with stress reduction, pain management, anxiety, depression, trauma and overall emotional health as well as help with joint mobility and injury prevention. This workshop will show you how to practically and easily use these techniques to enhance compassionate care in your practice. Speaker Aly Faber CBP, CMP, CYT, RYT, IYTA ***Attendees are encouraged to wear yoga attire, loose or similar clothing for the class to allow for stretching and/or comfort. Please also bring a yoga mat or towel***
Details
Status
Canceled
Date(s)
Sep 21, 2017
Time
9:30 AM - 2:30 PM
Location
Charlotte AHEC
Room
Classroom 14
Credits
0.45
CEU
4.50
Contact Hours