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This two-day course will introduce you to an exercise-based approach to patient care informed by hatha yoga principles. It is designed to help manual therapists and those who work with patients to develop their skills in delivering group exercise which will extend and support their patient care.
This course is aimed at osteopaths who have an interest in utilising existing knowledge to build and develop exercise prescription for low back pain. The course will enable practitioners to better encourage patients to use movement and tailored exercise to: address pain, improve musculoskeletal strength and stability, or have a broader knowledge base in order to signpost patients to exercise classes. This course will also touch on some ideas and thinking about relaxation and mindfulness. The foundation principles of the course are taken from hatha yoga practice.
About the course leader
Yinka Fabusuyi graduated from the UCO (formerly BSO) in 1992 and has been a practising osteopath since. From 2002-2005 she delivered workshops at Kings College Hospital medical school with fifth year medical students about the application of osteopathy in an NHS setting and how it fitted within the framework of musculoskeletal care. In 2000 she completed the British Wheel of Yoga teacher training course. She has taught yoga to adults, children, antenatally and to young people with hearing impairment over the last 17 years. At present Yinka teaches 2 yoga classes per week along-side her osteopathy practice. She is currently a clinic tutor at UCO, as well as a lecturer in communication and case history taking skills.
Yinka has practised yoga for many years and has seen at first hand the benefits of regular movement and exercise for chronic pain. She is excited about having the opportunity to share her knowledge with others.