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​SATURDAY-SUNDAY

March 27 - 28 , 2021

Presented by H-OM-Events

LOCATION / HOTEL

Le Westin Montréal Hôtel

270, St-Antoine O.

Montréal, Québec

Canada H2Y 0A3

Metro : Place-D'Armes

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Tracey Eccleston

IPT, C-IAYT, E-RYT500

BIO

Tracey Eccleston

IPT, C-IAYT, E-RYT500

www.agelessartsyoga.com

 

Tracey Eccleston is owner & educational director of Ageless Arts Yoga offering 200 hour Yoga Teacher Trainings and workshops across North America. She is the creator two Chair Yoga Teacher Trainings - "The Foundations of Chair Yoga” &" Chair Yoga Therapeutics; Balance & Support." After completing her 200 & 500-hour yoga teacher training, Tracey saw the need to make yoga even more accessible.  She studied and was co-director of Lakshmi Voelker Chair YogaTM.  She has also Trained and assisted Lee Albert in Integrative Positional Therapy at Kripalu.  She has taught around Canada & the United States at venues such as Kripalu, The New York Open Centre & Toronto’s Yoga Conference & Show. Tracey believes in the importance of working within each individuals natural range of motion and exploring somatic movement. Tracey works with her clients alongside doctors, physiotherapists and occupational therapists and many others in the medical field. It is her passion to make yoga accessible to everybody and every body.

Understanding and Applying IPT (Integrated Positional Therapy) to Yoga


SUNDAY / 10:20 - 12:20


Are you overstretching your clients?
Yoga teachers all know that a balanced yoga class is important,  but what exactly does “a balanced class” mean?
Why do so many yoga classes lean heavy on forward bends and hip openers? Especially when many of our clients spend a large percentage of their days sitting?
Do you move clients equally in all directions? or do you adjust your design to balance out the imbalanced daily life that many clients live?
Applying IPT (Integrated Positional Therapy) to your yoga class design can help create a truly balanced yoga experience for each individual. With the added bonuses of reducing pain caused by muscle tension and realigning the bodies posture.
Learn some simple IPT techniques based on the osteopathic techniques of Strain/Counterstrain and MET (Muscle Energy Technique).