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Self-Care Practices Inspired by Contemplative Neuroscience and Yoga

Presented by Cheryl Van Demark, PT, MA, C-IAYT

Self-Care Practices Inspired by Contemplative Neuroscience and Yoga

Details

event September 3, 2020
access_time 5:00 pm 8:15 pm EDT
group
  • For PTs/PTAs, Intermediate
  • For OTs/OTAs, Intermediate
  • For ATs, Essential
  • For SLPs, Intermediate
  • For Nurses, Intermediate
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Self-Care Practices Inspired by Contemplative Neuroscience and Yoga

Description

Contemplative practices historically offer practical means to promote human flourishing. This experiential presentation will inspire rehabilitation medicine professionals to adopt an expansive view of how we utilize both movement and stillness to promote well-being in ourselves and our patients. We will
highlight relevant research in contemplative neuroscience and embodied contemplative movement-based practices as well as directly experience simple, immediately applicable informal practices. Participation in this interactive learning experience will be enjoyable, engaging and of benefit to all through its impetus to incorporate practices to improve self-regulation and build resilience in self and others.

Instructor

Cheryl Van Demark, PT, MA, C-IAYT

Cheryl Van Demark is a physical therapist, yoga therapist, and yoga teacher with a master’s degree in physical education and exercise science. She has enjoyed more than 30 years of helping individuals optimize body alignment, restore movement, build strength, and cultivate…

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Disclaimer

Financial: Cheryl Van Denmark is a managing member of Health in Motion LLC and receives compensation from MedBridge for this course.


Non-Financial: Cheryl Van Denmark has no competing non-financial interests or relationships with regard to the content presented in this course.

Accreditation

Requirements

To receive CEU credit all disciplines must attend the webinar for the full duration, complete the quiz with a minimum score of 70%, and complete the participant survey.

"Live" CEUs

Even if this webinar is accredited for your discipline and location, it may not count as a “Live” CEU. View our list of governing bodies that count our accredited webinars as “Live” CEUs.

"Live" CEUs

Approved Status applies to “Live” requirement for:

PT/PTA

AR, DC, FL, IL, IN, KY, NE, NJ, NC, OK, TN, TX, VA

OT/OTA

DE, FL, KS, NY, TN, AOTA

AT

BOC, FL

SLP

CA, CT, ME, MS, ASHA

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How to Prepare

Learning Objectives

  1. Create contemplative practices using movement and stillness to enhance patient engagement and accountability in rehabilitation.
  2. Explain the relevance of interoception (sensing inner experience) to self-regulation to encourage its incorporation into clinical practice and self-care for the purpose of building resilience.
  3. Recall the complexity of consciousness, embodiment and selfhood as it relates to the understanding the mind body relationship for relief of suffering to promote healing.
  4. Apply simple, informal practices that develop skill sets to gather and direct our attention as a prerequisite to learning in all domains.
  5. Apply simple, informal practices that develop skill sets to sense our autonomic nervous system to enhance our emotional intelligence and develop compassion towards ourselves and others.
  6. Translate the intellectual stimulation and somatic experience that motivates further study and practice.

Agenda

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5:00 PM5:30 PM
The Inter-relationship of Movement & Stillness
5:30 PM6:10 PM
Embodiment, Selfhood & Consciousness
6:10 PM6:20 PM
Break
6:20 PM6:50 PM
Qualitative Evaluation of Gross & Subtle Movement
6:50 PM7:15 PM
Building Resilience Via Contemplative Practice
7:15 PM7:40 PM
Insights to Inform Rehabilitation
7:40 PM7:45 PM
Break
7:45 PM8:15 PM
Question & Answer Session

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