Tracy Prowse

Tracy Prowse

Tracy Prowse

MPhil (Sports Physio), BSc(Physio)Hons, Pain Management Cert., Mindfulness-Based Interventions Cert.

Physiotherapist

Founder of Flourish Retreats & Physifun

About Tracy Prowse

Tracy is a child and adolescent health physiotherapist, mindfulness teacher, pain practitioner, lecturer and trainer

Tracy Prowse is a registered practising physiotherapist in South Africa. She uses an integrative and functional medicine approach in order to facilitate a journey towards wellbeing. Her special interest lies in paediatrics and the adolescent patient, although she has a varied caseload of all ages. Tracy divides her time between running her private practice in Stellenbosch and consulting privately, as well as lecturing and facilitating both the Physifun Programme and some of the modules on the Train Pain Academy Pain Certification Programme. Tracy has a Masters Degree in Sports Physiotherapy, a Certificate in Pain Management & Treatment, and a Certification in the two-year training programme in Mindfulness-Based Interventions Certification through Stellenbosch University.

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Benign Joint Hypermobility Syndrome

Benign Joint Hypermobility Syndrome (BJHS) is a connective tissue disorder that can cause pain in multiple joints. BJHS often occurs in younger patients and while it is a well-recognised condition, it is often overlooked and not considered as a differential diagnosis. This course will introduce BJHS and explore evidence based physiotherapy management strategies for paediatric populations.
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Introduction to Mindfulness for Children

Have you ever reached the bottom of a page just to realise that you have no idea what you just read and that you were thinking of the future or the past instead of the task at hand? Mind-wandering, or the tendency to shift attention away from the present moment and toward internal information, seems to be the “default mode” of processing and it is proposed to take up nearly 50 percent of our awake life. Now imagine missing 50 percent of your day at school? And how often have you seen children meltdown or explode with anger or frustration associated with a difficult task or big emotions? Children are growing up in a rapidly changing world with increasing demands and pressures. Knowing how to notice what is happening around and within themselves, before reacting and having the necessary skills to regulate themselves and their emotions, sets them up for success in life and in school. In this course, Tracy Prowse will introduce you to the different concepts in mindfulness and how it applies to children.
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