Teaching Yoga & the Body’s Intelligence
Asana Training Course for Yoga Teachers
with Lesley Dike
October 2019 – March 2020
at Sheffield Yoga School, South Rd, S6 3TA
A new 5 day course for yoga teachers who are open to renewed exploration & self-enquiry, for a better understanding of the practice and teaching of Asana.
About the Course
This course has at its core the belief that yoga should promote healthy movement, based on an understanding of anatomy. This is a highly practical course, aimed at guiding teachers to improve their competence and confidence in teaching movement.
It will give you all-round skills to offer balanced teaching to your students.
The course provides a forum for discussion and reflection, and each participant is expected to play an active role in the learning process.
Places are limited to 15 people allowing for maximum discussion and close supervision.
What will you learn?
The course will teach key principles which underpin the safe and effective teaching of Yoga postures. Main subject areas will be:
• Is what we teach worthwhile?
• Meeting the world through our feet
• Learning from the cat, the dog and the bridge
• What does understanding the spine teach us about movement?
• A cornucopia of teaching skills ie. tricks, prompts, cues.
Who this course is for?
This course is for Yoga teachers & student teachers. It is designed to build on your previous learning base, with challenging new ideas.
The fee for this course is £450.00. To reserve a place, please fill in the booking form overleaf and return it with either the full payment or a deposit of £100.00.
- Cheques are payable to ‘SYS Courses’
- Contact us if you prefer to pay by bank transfer.
A certificate of attendance (for CPD points) will be provided for each day of the course. A final course certificate (dependent on at least 80% attendance) will be presented at the end of the course.
Course dates (All Saturdays)
- 5 October 2019
- 23 November
- 25 January 2020
- 22 February
- 14 March
One extra date (21st March 2020) has been reserved in case of any cancellations due to weather etc.
from Yoga Days Info, posted October 2018