Yoga In Healthcare
Aiming to integrate yoga in the Belgian healthcare system
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Are you an experienced administrator and accountant? Are you passionate about digital communication (social networks, websites)? Do you have a good command of Dutch?
We’re looking for a part-time administrative and communications assistant!
The candidate will be responsible for :
- managing administrative tasks
- providing communications support
Find out the full job description and apply now!
Yoga classes resume in healthcare centres
As of September, yoga classes will resume in six medical centres, including a new one: the Centre de Santé Le Goéland, in Linkebeek.
What’s new this year?
- Health professionals will be able to send their patients to the classes with a yoga prescription.
- The cost of the classes will be covered 100% by the healthcare centres.
- Over the course of the year, two meetings per healthcare centre will be organised to raise awareness among healthcare professionals of the health benefits of yoga and to practise a yoga session together.
Find out more about our yoga classes in healthcare centres!
Yoga has the potential to support patients with a range of health conditions and is gradually being integrated into healthcare in many countries.
Although healthcare professionals are essential to this integration, there has been no research into their perception of yoga for health, their willingness to recommend yoga to patients and the barriers to doing so.
Read the article to find out more!
On-line continuing education (EN) :
"Yoga Therapy & Mindfulness for Chronic Pain"
Chronic pain is one of the most widespread health problems in the world. Increasingly, mindfulness and yoga therapy are being used in the treatment and management of chronic pain. A training course on this subject will be given by Raquel Chinchetru, a yoga therapist for chronic pain within the NHS in the UK.
In this course, she will share her practical and academic knowledge, enabling yoga and healthcare professionals to use yoga therapy and mindfulness with patients suffering from chronic pain. As pain is present in nearly every state of health, the insights gained from this course are applicable to a wide range of patients in addition to those suffering from chronic pain.
From Wednesday 27 September 2023 to Sunday 1 October 2023
10am – 5pm (each day, UK time)