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[Live Streamed] Bedside Yoga ~ Yoga and End of Life Care 60 hour on-line training
January 11| $500
Bedside Yoga ~ Yoga and End of Life Care 60 hour on-line training
(34 hours over 13 calls + self-study)
If you have been interested in death doula work, death cafe or death matters conversations, if you are a nurse or clinician wanting to bring a different dimension to your work, if you are a yoga teacher or therapist wanting to include this work in your skill set, or if you yourself have accompanied a love one during their dying process, this course is for you.
There will be additional required reading as well as self-directed study and group connection through a password protected page on the website.
If you are a chaplain, nurse or clinician wanting to bring a different dimension to your work, if you are a yoga teacher or therapist wanting to include this work in your skill set, or if you yourself have accompanied a love one during their dying process, this course is for you.
- Sessions are always:
- Tuesdays 6 – 8:30 pm Central
- Thursdays 6 – 8:30 pm Central
- Sundays 11 – 2 Central
- January – March 2022
- January 11, 20, 23
- February 1, 10, 13, 22
- March 3, 6, 15, 24, 27
- Closing session: March 31
Total cost: $500-$1,275
Begins Tuesday, January 11. Save $250 if you register and pay in full by December 1, 2021.
About the instructor: Molly Lannon Kenny
Molly Lannon Kenny, MS-CCC, E-RYT licensed speech-language pathologist and certified yoga instructor, has been a leading developer of programs to help people with life challenges for well over fifteen years. In her role as project supervisor at a large tenant support agency, Molly successfully re-structured several of her programs to promote greater independence and well being to the tenants in her care. While earning her Master’s Degree at The University of Washington, Molly pioneered a program to bring key players in the disabilities field to motivate students within the department to think outside of the box. As assistant to the department head, Molly earned a position with The Washington Assistive Technology Alliance in which she served as project manager, developing a network of advocacy organizations to bring assistive technology funding to The U.W.
Having received her degree in speech-language pathology, Molly was brought on as a lead clinician at Group Health Cooperative, Washington’s largest HMO. During her five years in both acute and on-going care programs at GHC, Molly created and headed multiple committees to streamline service delivery and developed several innovative programs to improve quality of care. She has been featured in The Seattle Times, the New York Times, the LA Times, Yoga Journal and in Seattle Magazine for her groundbreaking work with stroke survivors, and is well known and respected in the field for her work with head trauma population.
In partnership with researchers from The University of Washington, Molly has conducted several studies on the effects of yoga as therapy in specific disorders including depression and ADHD. She has been published in multiple editions of The International Journal of Yoga Therapy, and has been featured on MSNBC, NPR and the BBC.