Dr. Sharon Phelan lectures in Physical Education and Dance at the Institute of Technology, in Tralee, Co. Kerry, Ireland. She has danced with Siamsa Tire, the National Folk Theatre of Ireland, for over twenty-five years and she is a National Facilitator in Dance with the Department of Education. Sharon was responsible for the first dance syllabus at second level in Ireland and she has also published internationally on dance, from educational, artistic and cultural perspectives. In 2014, her book, ‘Dance in Ireland: Steps, Stages and Stories’ was published by Cambridge Scholars Press. Her current areas of interest include supervision of dance research at masters and at doctoral levels and the use of distance learning in dance in third level. She is also completing another book, which focuses on dance-in-education from an all-inclusive perspective.
Dr. Sharon Phelan lectures in Physical Education and Dance at the Institute of Technology, in Tralee, Co. Kerry, Ireland.
Dr. John Ebnezar is an internationally renowned orthopedic surgeon, passionate about creating, conceptualizing, implementing preventive new orthopedic health awareness modules with an aim to propagate low cost orthopedic health care. He is specialized in trauma, spine, geriatric orthopedics and sports medicine. He holds Guinness World Records both for academics (2010) and social service (2015), only orthopedic surgeon in the world to do so. He is a PhD in yoga, involved in 6 original-yoga researches, won Best Research Award from SVyasa Yoga University (2012) for his work on knee arthritis and role of yoga in fracture healing (2010). He has pioneered a new treatment method, WHolistic Orthopedics, by blending modern orthopedics with Indian Yoga, which is simple, cheap, effective alternative for patients for whom knee replacement is not an option and also for patients with modern life style orthopedic problems and has redefined the way orthopedic ailments are treated across the globe.
Yoga, Musculoskeletal Development