THE AYM MASTERCLASS SERIES

Understand, Integrate and Excel

CONTINUED PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Anatomy & Physiology Courses

These course gives a good basic knowledge of anatomy, physiology and pathology, necessary for the good practice of Ayurvedic Yoga Massage.
These additional knowledge will brings confidence to the AYM therapist, helping with a better understand of field the are working.

Pré-requis : Open to everyone
Durée : 15 heures

Program: The Basic anatomy 1 workshop deals with a first study of the anatomy of the musculoskeletal system, both panoramic (the whole body is observed, except the skull) and brief (30 hours of training). It gives an overview, either for a basic knowledge, or to complete courses or books with more detailed topics and connect them to the whole body.

The working method used is multisensory: it alternates textual presentations, mold recognition workshops, selective coloring, observation of anatomical illustrations and many practical experiences.

The Basic anatomy 1 course is based on the book Anatomy for the Movement, which includes some of the pages and texts. Trainees are asked to bring this book throughout the course (possibility of getting it on site). It is proposed to colorize according to a color code some drawings of the book.

During the internship, visuals specific to the internship are provided and are intended to be colored or completed, this being part of the didactic process.

The Basic anatomy 1 workshop deals with the first study of the anatomy of the musculoskeletal system, both of which are noticeable (30 hours of training). It gives an overview, either for a basic knowledge, or to complete the course of a course of action.

The working method used is multisensory: it alternates textual presentations, mold recognition workshops, selective coloring, observation of anatomical illustrations and many practical experiences.

The Basic anatomy 1 is based on the book Anatomy for the Movement, which includes some of the pages and texts. Trainees are asked to bring this book into the race. It is proposed to colorize according to a color code some drawings of the book.

During the internship, this article is intended to be completed or completed, which is part of the didactic process.

Pré-requis : Open to everyone
Durée : 15 heures
Program: The Basic anatomy 1 workshop deals with a first study of the anatomy of the musculoskeletal system, both panoramic (the whole body is observed, except the skull) and brief (30 hours of training). It gives an overview, either for a basic knowledge, or to complete courses or books with more detailed topics and connect them to the whole body.

The working method used is multisensory: it alternates textual presentations, mold recognition workshops, selective coloring, observation of anatomical illustrations and many practical experiences.

The Basic anatomy 1 course is based on the book Anatomy for the Movement, which includes some of the pages and texts. Trainees are asked to bring this book throughout the course (possibility of getting it on site). It is proposed to colorize according to a color code some drawings of the book.

During the internship, visuals specific to the internship are provided and are intended to be colored or completed, this being part of the didactic process.

The Basic anatomy 1 workshop deals with the first study of the anatomy of the musculoskeletal system, both of which are noticeable (30 hours of training). It gives an overview, either for a basic knowledge, or to complete the course of a course of action.

The working method used is multisensory: it alternates textual presentations, mold recognition workshops, selective coloring, observation of anatomical illustrations and many practical experiences.

The Basic anatomy 1 is based on the book Anatomy for the Movement, which includes some of the pages and texts. Trainees are asked to bring this book into the race. It is proposed to colorize according to a color code some drawings of the book.

During the internship, this article is intended to be completed or completed, which is part of the didactic process.

Anatomie de la Colonne Lombaire, Thoracique, Cervicale, et mouvements de colonne.

What you will never find inside the books.

THERAPIST SELF-CARE

Anatomy for AYM therapists and masseurs practicing on the floor

OVERVIEW

Masterclasses bring additional knowledge in anatomy and physiology on a specific topic useful to the practice of Ayurvedic Yoga Massage or any bodywork done on the floor. They can be taken individually and in the order that suits you.

Prerequisite: AYM Certified Therapist, Diploma Therapist, Yoga Teacher or any professional bodyworker
Duration: 7 hours per module (1 day or 2 half-day)

Articulations de hanche, charnière lombosacrée et ceinture pelvienne;

1 « SE PLACER SOI-MÊME AVANT D’AGIR »
Le positionnement du masseur est essentiel pour pratiquer en toute sécurité et sans perte d’énergie. Il fait l’objet d’un apprentissage spécifique afin de : placer son centre de gravité et ses appuis ; maîtriser les transferts de poids et contrepoids ; acquérir les différentes formes de prises, contre-prises, maintiens et leviers …

2 « S’ENTRAÎNER POUR AFFINER ET SÉCURISER SON GESTE »
Donner une ou plusieurs séances d’Ayurvedic Yoga Massage d’environ un heure est une pratique physique intense. Le praticien doit apprendre à préserver son énergie et constamment veiller à ce que nul ne se blesse durant les mouvements de massage et les séries d’étirements assistés.  Une attention constante est portée sur ses actions et leurs dosages. La formation de praticien est à 90% pratique et axée sur des démonstrations faites par l’instructeur, suivi de la pratique des étudiants, donnée entre eux et de leurs retours d’expérience. Cet apprentissage interactif permet d’expérimenter les bénéfices du soin et de corriger rapidement les erreurs jusqu’à une bonne assimilation; d’adapter sa pratique à un rythme de travail personnalisé ;  d’harmoniser le physique, l’énergétique et le mental ; d’établir une respiration consciente entre le thérapeute et le patient ; d’affiner sa perception pour bien ressentir les limites propres à chacun.

3 « COMPRENDRE SON GESTE »
Mobiliser les structures en profondeur n’est pas anodin, de même donner un soin complet. Pratiquer en toute sécurité demande une bonne compréhension du corps humain, des contraintes liées aux actions engagées et des relations de causes à effets. Aussi, la formation progressivement introduit : Une approche de l’anatomie intégrée au massage ARYM, basée sur la méthode Anatomie pour le Mouvement donnant des bases de connaissances anatomiques et physiologiques essentielles dans la pratique du massage au sol. Cette approche est spécialement détaillée lors des Masterclass ; les pathologies les plus couramment rencontrées ; les indications et les contre-indications des techniques ; des questions-réponses fréquentes avec l’instructeur ; un suivi de formation (Pratique de réflexion).

  • Protéger ses épaules, cou et bras :
    La ceinture scapulaire et mouvements d’épaule;

Anatomie de la Colonne Lombaire, Thoracique, Cervicale, et mouvements de colonne.

  • La ceinture pelvienne et les viscères du petit basin.
  • Donner un massage à une femme enceinte et donner un massage en étant enceinte.
  • The complete neck, face and skull massage and stretching work

The available props and their best uses.

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