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Technique Training and Practice
Includes Asana, Pranayama, Chanting and other traditional yoga practices, to include both (1) analytical training in how to teach & practice the techniques & (2) guided practice of the techniques
Includes the process of teaching, principles of demonstration, observation, Assisting, correcting instruction, conscious use of self as a teacher and the business aspects of teaching yoga.
Human Anatomy & Physiology
Includes both structural & functional anatomy as it applies to yoga asana and other yoga practice (e.g. Pranayama, Meditation). Also includes bodily systems and organs & their relation to yoga practices.
Includes the study of basic yoga philosophy as presented in the yoga sutras and ancient yoga texts with an emphasis on their ethical application as a yoga teacher and in everyday life.
Includes practice teaching, receiving and giving feedback, and observing, as well as, participating as a student while others teach while in the classroom. This also includes teaching and/or assisting outside the classroom under supervision and consultation.
For more information on upcoming Teacher Training Certifications please contact Emma Tranter.