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In this 3-hour workshop, you will learn about the science of mindfulness as well as practical tools to help make lasting healthy change. Using evidence-based research, this workshop explains how mindfulness can help reduce pain, improve mood, and create healthy habits that are sustainable.
The workshop will be taught as personal exploratory experiences for practicing students and for teachers, and will include:.
Embodied movement practices taught as practical application to tap into the nervous system.
Explanation and utilization of research- driven methods for optimal movement awareness and relearning .
How to play with and teach these techniques in a home practice, class, and private setting.
Discussion about the downside of moving too fast and relying on physical and mental momentum .
Getting to the bottom of why alignment isn’t enough
This workshop is designed for all students and teachers of movement or mindfulness.
Emily Tomlinson Co-Director Threes Physiyoga,Yoga Teacher, Physical Therapist, Warwick, NY Emily unites the practices of yoga and physical therapy to provide an integrated treatment and teaching approach. Her 15 journey as a licensed physical therapist and yogi have blossomed hand in hand. She has practiced physical therapy in a variety of settings, including The Hospital for Special Surgery. Emily teaches the anatomy requirements for multiple teacher training programs and has taught in academic, professional, and community outreach settings. She received her Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy from Springfield College, Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Temple University and served as an adjunct professor for Hunter College. She has completed both Vinyasa and Restorative teacher training programs.
Diana Zotos Florio Co-Director Threes Physiyoga,Yoga Teacher, Physical Therapist, Long Island and New York City Diana is a licensed physical therapist, mother and yoga teacher. She completed her yoga teacher training at OM Yoga with Cyndi Lee in 2010 while working at Hospital for Special Surgery as a physical therapist. She is passionate about teaching and creating a bridge between Yoga and PT to increase safety and referrals across these disciplines. Diana received her Bachelor’s degree in Biology from American University, her Masters in Physical Therapy at Hunter College in 2006 and has attended numerous post-graduate continuing education courses. She is an adjunct professor at Hunter College and co-developer of the Threes PhysiYoga Method.