Learn how to help move your clients from basic mobility & stability to strength with awareness, embodiment, interoception and proprioception as key guiding principles.
Learn the key functional movements that help your clients re-train better walking and reduce/eradicate their limp.
Understand why people feel stuck when trying to get off the floor (which makes them avoid even trying to get to the floor) AND, learn the key movement patterns to retrain so they CAN get off the floor, smoothly.
Understand why working with shoulders, neck and jaw are vital for improving your client's hip and knee results.
Know how to truly meet your client where they are at - however they are experiencing their new hip or knee joint.
Honour a client's pain experience and help them to discern what is danger and what is safe.
Recognize the wisdom of resistance, and why pushing or forcing often slows down the process.
Understand the common pitfalls with typical knee and hip protocols and how to anticipate, avoid, or navigate them.
Here is what a recent client said to me:
I was more than 3 months post surgery. My surgery had gone well. I had been given the exercises, but I didn't know what I was doing. This was not a time to mess around. I didn't want to over-do, I didn't want to under-do. I wanted to get better, and I wanted to get back to my cycling, walking, hiking, long car rides to great vacation spots. I wanted to be smart about it. You helped me do that. ~ Jen P
You can be the bridge between their formal medical in/outpatient rehabilitation
and helping the get back to the activities they love.
Join me live on:
MONDAY NOVEMBER 13 - 100-230 MT
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 14 - 130-230 MT
MONDAY NOVEMBER 20 - 100-230 MT
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 21 - 130-230 MT
MONDAY NOVEMBER 27 - 100-230 MT
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 28 - 130-230 MT
Can’t make it live for all or some of this program?
You will get access to all lesson videos edited into short segments
Each week's lessons will be available on Friday of the same week
Lifetime access to the training's recordings to watch and rewatch at a time that works for you
Ask me and/or my resident Physical Therapist your questions throughout the training.
I am a medical doctor with a growing interest in Integrative Medicine and Susi's teachings have been particularly helpful in managing patients suffering from pain and chronic disease. Susi has succeeded in transforming modern pain psychology into something more human. On a personal level, in my recovery from hip surgery, Susi’s input has been invaluable. She introduced me to stillness and breath work when my default mode was to push through the pain and ignore my body. This allowed me to cultivate a more refined sense of bodily awareness which, among other things, has enabled me to unravel the movement patterns that were no longer serving me. ~ Jennifer
I was more than 3 months post surgery. The surgery had gone well. I had been given the exercises, but I didn't know what I was doing. This was not a time to mess around. I didn't want to over-do, I didn't want to under-do. I wanted to get better, and I wanted to get back to my cycling, walking, hiking, long car rides to great vacation spots. I wanted to be smart about it. You helped me do that. ~ Jen
I will share how thrilled I've been to find ease in poses that I once felt great in but had "lost" through my compensation patterns as I managed my knee. Specifically, revolved triangle, plank, and crow. What a gift this program has been and I look forward to sharing it with my students as we take it one movement at at time, one pose at a time and work on staying within a pain-free range of movement. ~ Sarah
I really appreciate Susi's depth of knowledge, approach, ease of being along with sense of humor and obvious passion for what she is are doing. With much appreciation! ~Lisa
I went to another yoga therapy class, and it was lovely but also more about relaxing and feeling good. You've taught me to follow principles, teaching the person to heal themselves as I guide them thru movements. There is more of a game plan and substance. Essentially you give us the meat and potatoes; foundational skills we can build on. For me this is important so when I am on my own with a client I feel confident I have the skills to help them. ~ Stephanie
No worries. If you’re here, you WANT to help your clients. Buy the training and each Friday of each training week, you’ll have the replays.
IAYT APD Credits are available, and NCBTM credits are in process
Susi Hately, B.Sc. Kinesiology has helped people get out of pain since 1995 and has been training yoga teachers and health professionals how to integrate yoga therapeutically into their practices since 2001. She is the best selling author of Anatomy and Asana: Preventing Yoga Injuries, and two of her programs have been studied at the University of Calgary.
She sees what works and doesn't.
She continually evolves to help bring about better and better results.
She teaches her graduates how to grow yoga businesses they love.
Now she wants to help you grow your skill and ability to help others get out of pain.