This course assumes a basic understanding of yoga asana and is intended to take individuals deeper into an exploration of principles of alignment, inner and outer form of the poses, and the basics of foundation, breath and movement. How to provide direct and effective instructions will also be covered.
NOTE: In Asana 102 and 103, we will move more into variations for certain conditions, principles of sequencing and vinyasa, Naada Yoga’s specific sequencing for various levels, etc.
GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
To encourage each student to explore their personal experience of the yoga asanas to better understand how to teach from this living experience. To understand the form, foundation, breath and movement within each pose. How to provide effective instructions for moving into, within and out of poses.
REQUIRED AND RECOMMENDED READING
Naada Yoga Accessible Asana Manual, Light on Yoga: BKS Iyengar, selections from “Yoga Anatomy” (Leslie Kaminoff).
Basic understanding of yoga asana, a consistent yoga practice (min. 4 days/week), attending regular classes at Naada Yoga and/or another institution. Reading all required assignments. Keeping a practice journal and in-class notes, and discussing practice-related questions.
Dates: SEPT 24, 25, 26, 27 2020
Instructor: Elizabeth Emberly
- Access to full weekend workshop : Thursday – Sunday
- All additional resources or readings.
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