Yoga in Rehabilitation and Sport


Et 4 dages intensiv yoga kursus til alle, der er vant til at bevæge og bruge kroppen. Et kursus hvor du lærer at praktisere sikker og funktionel yoga til rehabiliteringen og til sport. Den ene underviser er Clive Farelly fra Australien, kiropraktor og Iyenga underviser. Den anden underviser er Martina Jezková fra Tjekkiet, fysioterapeut, yoga underviser og fra Pragskolen i Tjekkiet. Begge instruktørerne arbejder til dagligt med DNS principperne.

Praktiske oplysninger

Kurset vil blive afholdt i hos Yoga by Mikenta i Albertslund lige ved S-tog stationen (ingen dato sat endnu). Kun 20 min. i S-tog fra Hovedbanegården.
Let forplejning indgår i prisen til kun 5.500 kr.
Medbring venligst eget yogabælte, yogablokke og yogamåtte.

Undervisningen vil foregå på let forståeligt engelsk.

Tilmeldingen er bindende og tilbagebetales ikke ved evt. afbud. Der er begrænset antal pladser så skynd dig at tilmeld dig til dette spændende kursus.

Alle kursister vil efter endt kursus straks kunne undervise i yoga i eget regi.

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In English

A four-days intensive yoga course for everybody who are used to move and work with the body.  

A course where you will learn to practise safe and functional yoga for rehabilitation and sports.

One teacher will be Clive Farelly from Autralien, chiropraktor and Iyenga yoga teacher.  The other teacher will be Martina Jezková from The Czech Republic, physioterapist and yoga teacher and from the Prague school. Both instructors work with the DNS principles on a daily basis.

Practical information
The course will take place in Yoga by Mikenta in Albertslund (near Copenhagen, Denmark) near the S-train station on (no date jet). The train ride from Copenhagen Central Station is only 20 minutes.
The price is 5.500 danish kr. and includes light meals.
You have to bring a yoga mat, yoga blocks and a yoga belt yourselves.

The teaching will be in easy spoken english.

Enrolement is binding and the course fee will not be refunded in case you cancel or do not show up.

The number of seats is limited so hurry and take up this unique offer before there are no left.

After the course all students will be able to teach yoga themselves.

Questions and registration mails can be sent to:

Deskription of the course

"Yoga in Rehab and Sport" part 1.

Learning how to practice yoga safely, prevent common yoga injuries, and apply functional rehabilitation through the different yoga asanas.

Foundations of the basic principles of physiological movement through functional joint centration and their applications in asana practice.
Feet and hand support relationships, principles of skeletal symmetry, muscle balance/ imbalances.
Watching for functional joint centration during static and dynamic loading.
Working in closed/open kinetic chains.
Correcting dysfunctional patterns with coordinated co-contraction of antagonists.
Applying all these principles to the specific groups of yoga asanas –standing poses, sitting poses, forward bends.

Information of the teachers

Clive Farelly

Clive Farrelly completed his degree in Masters of Chiropractic at Macquarie University in 2012. While studying at university, he was very interested in the rehabilitation side of the patient and has been greatly influenced by Professor Pavel Kolar’s, Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilisation. The foundation of developmental kinesiology and functional stabilisation through DNS awareness is the underlying current of Clive’s appreciation for Professor Kolar’s work.

 Clive has dedicated his life to Iyengar yoga for the past 17 years and he travels to India regularly to study at the Iyengar Yoga Institute in Pune with BKS Iyengar, one of the worlds most respected and leading authorities on yoga therapy today. As a teacher, it is important to continue as a part of one’s training to visit the Iyengar Yoga Institute in India to deepen their knowledge of yoga therapeutics which includes asanas, pranayama and rehabilitation.

Clive furthers his studies with acupuncture as his interests lie with the ancient arts. This in combination with his other learnt disciplines; he hopes to present a multimodal approach with skill and precision, offering a management strategy that takes into consideration the entire person.

Martina Ježková

Martina Ježková completed her Physiotherapy Master’s degree at the Faculty of Physical Education and Sport, Charles University, Prague in 2001. Since, she has been working as a physiotherapist at the Rehabilitation Clinic, University Hospital Motol in Prague both at the outpatient and inpatient departments. In 2002, she became an instructor in rehabilitation, teaching both physiotherapy and medical students at the 2nd Faculty of Medicine, Charles University, Prague.

Specialized in the functional assessment and treatment of both adult and paediatric patients, she has completed numerous professional courses including the Brügger approach; functional assessment and treatment according to Mojžíšová; Klapp Crawling; and kinesiotaping.

A certified Vojta therapist since 2004, Martina has completed courses in Reflex Locomotion, “Vojta treatment approach for adult, children, and newborn patients”. Martina has, since 2004, served as a certified instructor in musculoskeletal techniques according to Lewit and since 2005, as an international certified instructor in Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization according to Kolar.

In her rehabilitation practice, Martina particularly focuses on the treatment of babies with cerebral palsy, children with central coordination disturbance, neurological patients and gynaecologic patients with functional sterility and urinary stress incontinence.

Since January 2014 she has been working as a certified yoga instructor.