Part 4. Core Courses (Asana + Teaching Practice) 110 hours
Part 4 includes a 60-hour morning intensive scheduled on every Tue, Wed and Friday from 6:45pm-8:45am to help students establish a regular practice habit of teaching, helping you to find joy in your practice at a pace, more important that is convenient for you and your learning. The course offers bringing continuous teaching we might very well end up exacerbating or at best ignoring the very weaknesses that we and teach students brings to the mat. Combine this with our current obsession with images of extreme flexibility and range of movement, and we run the risk of doing ourselves more harm than good. Make no mistake, big ranges of motion require a corresponding level of strength in order to keep you and your students joints healthy and to avoid injury. With time and endurance, you will see the difference in your body, as it becomes more toned and firm. As our body gets stronger, so will our minds. We will not be easily shaken up or thrown out of balance with mundane situations and events.Thus the key to a stronger and more powerful body and mind becoming more powerful, toned and, eventually, stronger, For your daily yoga routine of practice and teaching. Also the course teaches yoga props, which can make the difference between an uncomfortable practice and a fully engaged session for beginner yoga students. Props are essential for practitioners, who may be holding postures for minutes at a time, in the best possible alignment. For those students who are less flexible, using props ensures correct, safe positioning. Learning the best ways of using within teaching, yoga tools such as used mats, blocks, straps and bolsters, on getting the most out of your equipment on teaching.
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