Art of Sequencing Yoga

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Art of Sequencing

Practicing and teaching yoga is an art form. The way poses are sequenced is an important aspect of the experience students have in the classroom. How teachers leave the students are important as well. We will look at sequences from several methods including, Ashtanga, Bikram, Anusara, Bowspring, Power Vinyasa. What made these sequences powerful? Then we will create new sequences for the new populations of people practicing. From athletes, the children, to new students the art of sequencing is important. From a power flow, to hips practice to slow flow, the way we sequence become the product we deliver. You will learn what works, what doesn’t. You will learn to keep the students safe and also empower students to reach for more possibility so that you leave your students in their greatness.


Schedule: (20 Hour Module)

July 22, 2020 / Wednesday Evening 6:30 - 7:30 pm Skype

Each weekend includes, Wednesday evening check in via Skype. Homework and reading assignment and any prep materials will be sent out and discussed on Wednesday night session. Asana, practice, meditation and workshopping is included for each weekend session.

July 24, Friday 4:30 - 9:30 (5-Hours)
July 25, Saturday 12:00 - 6:00 pm (6-Hours)
July 26, Sunday 12:00 - 4:00 pm (4-Hours)

Part of the Teacher Training Track: 200-Hour & 300-Hour

Open to the Public: Weekend Cost: $350 (non-members) / $325 (members)

Yoga Alliance Certifications Available with 200 or 300 Completed Hours.

 
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