Part time course tutor
Chris graduated as a prize winning Osteopath in 2000 with a degree in Osteopathy and since then has been working as an Osteopath in London and Brighton . He has had research published and written articles for national papers on health and posture. During his training he attended dissection at Guys hospital and was privileged to be taught anatomy by Dr Hutchinson, a surgeon from Guys hospital who made preparations for the classic book, Grays Anatomy. Chris regularly teaches anatomy and physiology to yoga practitioners, teachers and body workers throughout the UK . His aim is bring the subject of anatomy alive through the use of models, colourful visual images, anecdotes taken from his working experience and interactive exercises.
Chris has been practicing yoga for over 23 years and teaching since 1986. He has further studied Shingon Buddhism which emphasises both active and passive systems of meditation (sitting and dynamic movement) with intensive studies of yoga philosophy, notably the Yogacara philosophy of Asanga and Vasubandhu. He received initiation into this vajrayana tradition in 1993 after living as a full time student with his teacher in a temple.
Chris is present at the weekend modules on the yoga teacher training course.