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4.0 Hours of Non-Contact CEU Hours – Lecture and Asana
|Module 1||Handout: Feet and Ankles|
|Unit 1||Handout: Feet and Ankles|
|Module 2||Video Lecture: Yoga Therapy for the Feet and Ankles|
|Unit 1||Video Lecture: Yoga Therapy for the Feet and Ankles with Justine Shelton|
|Module 3||Asana Practice: Yoga Therapy for the Feet and Ankles|
|Unit 1||Asana Practice: Yoga Therapy for the Feet and Ankles|
|Module 4||Quiz: Yoga Therapy for the Feet and Ankles|
|Unit 1||Quiz: Yoga Therapy for the Feet and Ankles|
Fallen Arches & Plantar Fasciitis: A Common Cause and a Yoga Therapy Solution
In this excerpt from Soul Yoga Therapy’s Holistic Anatomy and Physiology course on the feet and ankles, Justine Shelton explains the supreme architecture of the foot, and the importance of strong arches. Learn a simple approach to standing yoga postures to help raise and strengthen fallen arches, thus preventing or easing inflammation of the plantar fascia.
Full Asana Practice
Learning Comes to Life!
The workshop material comes to life in a full Yoga Therapy Class for the Feet led by Justine Shelton and demonstrated by Monique Lonner. You will learn special adaptations, specific cues and sequencing to bring into your group Yoga classes or private student sessions.
Justine Shelton, C-IAYT is a graduate of The Soul of Yoga’s 200 hour training and a four year training program with Gary Kraftsow of the American Viniyoga Institute, she is a 500 hour AVI Certified Yoga Teacher and a 500 hour AVI Certified Yoga Therapist. Justine specializes in structural Yoga therapy, specifically spinal disc injuries, back pain management, as well as joint therapy - including prehab and rehab for replacements.
Her passion is working with people who have different forms of catastrophic illness, helping them to manage their condition, minimize and cope with pain and, most importantly, helping them to realize they are not their condition. She encourages her students to practice where their body is right now, allowing for the constant change and growth that comes with a dedicated practice. One of the reasons she loves Yoga is that there is always more to learn, always room to grow.....this, in addition to her love of anatomy and physiology, keeps her curious mind in learning mode.