Ageing Well: Science & Coaching
Dates: Saturday 6th October & Sunday 7th October : 9am to 6pm Saturday & 8am to 3pm Sunday
Location: Manorbarn Studio, Canterbury, Kent
A workshop for movement professionals and motivated movers interested in a deeper understanding of movement, ageing and health.
This workshop is designed for movement professionals that serve anyone over the age of 40 and motivated movers interested in a deeper understanding of movement, ageing and health.
In this workshop we will:
» Explore what recent scientific research says about ageing, exercise and movement
» Use coaching strategies to make the content real and immediately actionable for your business, your clients and yourself
» Provide lots of movement instruction taught in a way that will help you present and understand movement in an ageing context
» Take some of our learning outdoors to explore some natural movement
You will come away with
» Key scientific information that you can present easily in your own movement classes
» A series of studio-based movement practices designed around specific issues of ageing
» An individual action plan incorporating what you have learned into your business and your day-to-day life
» Handouts! We all know how hard it is to remember everything so we will provide handouts for the science, worksheets for the coaching and movement sequences.
This workshop will be held over a Saturday and Sunday. The weekend will include approximately 7 hrs of studio movement classes, 2.5 hrs of science discussion and 2.5 hrs of coaching along with a walk each day in the beautiful SSI Larkey Valley Wood.
About your instructors
Tanya Gribble and Jeannette Loram are both Nutritious Movement™ certified Restorative Exercise Specialists. Jeannette has a PhD in biology and used to do cell science research on molecular mechanisms of ageing in very long-lived animals. Tanya is a qualified coach with over 15 years business & personal coaching experience.
This course has been approved for RES CEUs. Please contact us for details.
Book your place
By dropping us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org