What's on this year with The Australian Institute of Aquatic Bodywork


UPCOMING COURSES:




MAY 2020


1. HALLIWICK FOUNDATION COURSE 4th - 7th MAY


For anyone in the field of aquatic education or therapy who wish to enrich their toolbox and gain access to helpful approaches when teaching or treating in water.


JULY 2020


2. WATSU I COURSE 6th - 12th JULY


3. WATSU II COURSE 13th - 19th JULY


For those wishing to become practitioners, for existing practitioners, and for anyone interested in aquatic bodywork and therapy in water.


We have scheduled Watsu I and Watsu II to run consecutively as to make it convenient for those wishing to complete both in one go, or for those wishing to only take one or the other.



HALLIWICK

FOUNDATION

COURSE


DATES: MAY 4th to 7th 2020

PRICE: AUD $1490

LOCATION: Rocky Bay, Mosman Park, Western Australia

TRAINER: Fezia Tyebally

ENROL: Contact us via info@aquanat.com.au | +61 (0) 8 9496 1622

(Enrolments close on 5th of April 2020)



ABOUT HALLIWICK:

Halliwick is an approach to teaching all people, in particular those with physical and/or learning difficulties, to participate in water activities, to move independently in water, and to swim.


It is based on a belief in the benefits that can be derived from activities in water, and sets out the fundamentals necessary for their learning. These benefits include physical, personal, recreational, social and therapeutic aspects.


The Concept has influenced hydrotherapy techniques and has been developed into specific therapeutic exercises.


HALLIWICK FOUNDATION COURSE:

This 4 day intensive course covers the theory behind the method, focusing on The Halliwick Ten-Point-Programme and implementation of the theory in the water.


Upon completion of this course students receive an internationally recognised certificate of completion issued by the International Halliwick Association (IHA).


More about The Ten Point Programme: vimeo.com/channels/halliwick

International Halliwick Association: halliwick.org/about/


THE TRAINER:

Fezia Tyebally is a Halliwick Lecturer with the IHA (International Halliwick Association).

For more about Fezia please visit:

www.facebook.com/notes/amirs-gym/halliwick-foundation-courses-2020/962366500810379/



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WATSU I

COURSE





DATES: JULY 6th to 12th 2020

PRICE: AUD $1590 (Vegan food supplies provided)

LOCATION: Perth, Western Australia

ACCOMMODATION OPTION: visit www.aiab.net.au/post/watsu-courses-july-2020

TRAINER: Anat Juran

ENROL: Contact us via info@aquanat.com.au | +61 (0) 8 9496 1622



ABOUT WATSU:

Watsu is an extremely gentle form of therapeutic aquatic bodywork conducted in warm water.  It works at many levels, from the purely physical to the emotional and spiritual. Watsu has been shown to relieve pain, release tension and reduce stress. It increases the body’s range of motion, improves circulation and radiates warmth, promoting deep relaxation and well-being.


More about Watsu: www.aiab.net.au/watsu

Worldwide Aquatic Bodywork Association: www.watsu.com


WATSU I COURSE:

Watsu I is the first 50-hour module and the first step towards international practitioner certification.

It is also a lovely opportunity for anyone, practitioner or novice, to learn new skills, fine tune existing ones, be introduced to the world of aquatic bodywork, and spend 6 intensive days of personal learning and professional development in a unique environment gaining a memorable experience.


Students learn:

  • Techniques of how to stay grounded while floating a client in water 

  • Practicing communication skills within a therapeutic context   

  • Establishing body mechanics which utilise water properties

  • How to use breath to establish connection 

  • The Watsu sequence (positions and movements) 

  • Applying self care while supporting and moving others in water effortlessly 

  • Applying grace within the flow of movements  

  • Introduction to the concepts of Zen Shiatsu  

  • Experiencing being held in water


Students successfully completing this course will be able to safely perform a simple 1-hour Watsu session, will be eligible for a ‘Watsu Student’ listing on the World Wide Aquatic Bodywork Association Registry (WABR), as well as be able to progress to the next module, WATSU II, in the practitioner certification program.


THE TRAINER:

Anat is an aquatic bodywork specialist, an internationally certified Watsu trainer and therapist.

More about Anat: www.aiab.net.au/anat-juran


WATSU I & II OPTION:

We have scheduled Watsu I and Watsu II to run consecutively as to make it convenient for those wishing to complete both in one go, or for those wishing to only take one or the other.



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WATSU II

COURSE





DATES: JULY 13th to 19th 2020

PRICE: AUD $1590 (Vegan food supplies provided)

LOCATION: Perth, Western Australia

ACCOMMODATION OPTION: visit www.aiab.net.au/post/watsu-courses-july-2020

TRAINER: Anat Juran

ENROL: Contact us via info@aquanat.com.au | +61 (0) 8 9496 1622



ABOUT WATSU:

Watsu is an extremely gentle form of therapeutic aquatic bodywork conducted in warm water.  It works at many levels, from the purely physical to the emotional and spiritual. Watsu has been shown to relieve pain, release tension and reduce stress. It increases the body’s range of motion, improves circulation and radiates warmth, promoting deep relaxation and well-being.


More about Watsu: www.aiab.net.au/watsu

Worldwide Aquatic Bodywork Association: www.watsu.com


WATSU II COURSE:

Watsu II deepens the concepts from Watsu I by teaching students to:

•    Expand on the basic movements learnt previously with additional movements

•    Use movements and positions to apply bodywork

•    Incorporate the concept of Zen Shiatsu into a Watsu session

•    Use the learnt techniques in a creative explorative way

•    Apply stronger stretches

•    Follow the client’s tendency to move while using own movements

•    Recognise expressions of emotions in the water

•    Apply adaptive movements and positions

•    Refine the grace within the flow of movements.


Perquisite: successfully completing Watsu I


Students successfully completing this course will be eligible to progress to Watsu III towards becoming an internationally certified practitioner.


THE TRAINER:

Anat is an aquatic bodywork specialist, an internationally certified Watsu trainer and therapist.

More about Anat: www.aiab.net.au/anat-juran


WATSU I & II OPTION:

We have scheduled Watsu I and Watsu II to run consecutively as to make it convenient for those wishing to complete both in one go, or for those wishing to only take one or the other.



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