What to expect from a Workshop Course
If you are a yoga teacher, young or old, there may come a point when you ask yourself, ‘why do I do what I do‘? Whether it is the way you touch people, your ability (or inability) to inspire those in the classroom with the power of your voice, or the anxiety, frustration or uncertainty that may or may not arise while teaching, we all can use a mirror from time to time to help find clarity.
The Workshop Course format is for those who are willing to ask questions. What makes an assist feel good versus dangerous? Why do some sequences feel so right in the body, and others not? How come when some teachers chant it resonates deeply and others feel like you are not quite connected?
The Workshop Courses are not just for new teachers or seasoned teachers specifically; rather, they aim to encourage and celebrate curiosity wherever you are in your teaching journey. Not unlike a laboratory, we will explore, make mistakes, be challenged and arrive at a place of more depth, confidence and joy in teaching and practicing yoga.
The next course is coming up Tuesday November 8th from 3:30-5:30pm.The focus is on assists. Each week we will spend class time understanding theory and anatomy, always taking time to embody the ordered placement of asana. There will be homework each week that enables the students to be empowered to put what they learn into practice right away.
The Assists Workshop Course is on Tuesdays, beginning November 8th, 3:30-5:30. Part Two of the Sequencing Workshop Course begins Thursday, November 10th 3:30-5:30. You can still join this if you have been teaching at least 2 years.
Check out the Workshop Course descriptions for more information.
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