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Workshop 1-“Tips on Teaching Pranayama
Are you confused about how to begin, sequence and progress pranayama? What about kumbhakas? What is the role of the bandhas? Learn intelligent steps of sequencing pranayama and more from senior yoga trainer Flo Fenton.
In this two hour session, you will learn:
The principles and benefits of pranayama
The Categories of pranayama and how to use them for specific effects
The most important pranayamas and why
The role of bandhas
How to introduce and how to safely progress in pranayama
Postures to use with pranayama and bandha
Workshop 2-“How to Teach and Practice Classical Yoga Nidra”
How does yoga nidra work, and what are the ‘rules’ of yoga nidra?
In this workshop, learn the things that must be included, and the things that are optional, for yoga nidra to have it’s intended, deep effect on the psyche, as well as tips on delivering appropriate yoga nidras to beginners, those with mental health issues etc.
Workshop 3-“More on Bandha and Mudra”
Go deeper into your understanding of how and why to use and teach these subtle, yet profound and oft misunderstood, yogic tools.
What are bandhas, what is their purpose, and how should they be applied?
What is the order of teaching/practicing bandhas?
How can bandhas be applied during asana, and during pranayama?
What are mudras, and what are their effects?
What are some simple mudras that can be used to enhance our yoga classes/practice
A short practice to experience how to use and apply mudra and bandha will form a part of this session.
Workshop 4-“Tips on Building Core Strength”
What does ‘core strength’ mean-and what are the steps towards achieving it? How do we recover core strength after injury?
For teachers and practitioners. Learn the steps towards safely building lasting core strength.
Workshop 5-“Injury Prevention and Management in Yoga”
What do you do if a student comes to class with an injury? Is it different if it is long term, as opposed to recent? What can we offer as teachers (or do ourselves as practitioners) to not only avoid aggravating, but to support and enhance the healing process at any stage of injury?
Flo Fenton will provide clear tools on how to;
Identify the stage of an injury
Work within each stage with static or dynamic, weight bearing or non weight bearing postures
Break down key postures to suit each stage
Construct step by step sequences to progress towards full functionality.