Being a modern yoga teacher requires many skills and talents from the practical to the intangible. When teach from passion and purpose, we dive deep into our own inner experience and share from an embodied wisdom. Through this practical course, you will unlock a toolkit of yoga class theming and sequencing skills that will inspire you with confidence to take your teaching to the next level!
Theming yoga classes can create a rich and meaningful experience for your students, and requires careful preparation and planning. You will discover how to effortlessly weave themes through your yoga classes, making the ancient wisdom of yoga accessible and relevant to your students.
Sequencing is both an art and a science, and through this course you’ll learn a variety of sequencing techniques that prepare bodies safely and intelligently as they progress from simple to complex asana. Putting together class sequences can be a fun way to express your creativity as a yoga teacher, but your sequences need to have purpose.
- Learn sequencing techniques to take your students on empowered journey through their asana practice.
- Receive 20 tried and tested sequences that you can adapt and vary according to your students’ individual and collective needs, and different levels of ability.
- Dive deeper into yoga philosophy and discover practical and relevant ways to bring this wisdom into your teaching.
- Take your teaching to new levels of empowerment and confidence through this practical exploration!
This training is open to those with a 200hr yoga teacher training qualification, either with InYoga or other Yoga Alliance/Yoga Australia registered schools.
This training forms part of InYoga’s 200, 350 and 500-hour teacher training pathway through Yoga Australia. Participants who have already completed 200 hours of yoga teacher training will receive a 50 hour certificate.
This course will be held at InYoga studio, 115 Cooper Street Surry Hills.
Wednesday 7th November - Sunday 11th November 2018, 7:00am-5:00pm
The course will include morning asana and meditation practice, theory sessions and practical sequencing sessions.
Please bring a yoga mat, notebook and pen, and your favourite yoga inspiration books - ancient texts and modern classics alike.