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Yoga and Mindfulness in Clinical Practice

Date: 14 Nov 2015 - 15 Nov 2015

Australia, Victoria, Melbourne

Yoga and Mindfulness in Clinical Practice is an intensive training course designed to support you in growing into a professional who practices therapeutic mindfulness with specific yoga sensibilities (ie. prioritising practical balance, nourishment, compassion and connection from the physical to the spiritual). This means working with your patients to help them find their way of experimenting mindfully with establishing and extending meaningful connection in their lives. This course specialises in the clinical context of mindful connection through building the skills of connective competence.

In this course you will also be exposed to new options for integrating practices into your own life with an emphasis on rest and ease. This will give you a deeper sense of integrity in relating with patients – not as a master, but as a mature human being who has done the ‘work’ of finding what works best for you both as a practitioner and as a person.

Venue: Australian Association of Social Workers - National Office Level 7, 14-20 Blackwood St North Melbourne, VIC 3051

Website: Go to event website

Fees:
Pre-Early Bird $540
Until 31st of July

Early Bird $640
Until 31st of September

Standard Fee $740
From 1st of October

Discounts can be arranged for students if requested

Language: English

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