Home Yoga Classes in Banjara Hills

Home Yoga Classes in Banjara Hills         Call on : 9849-150-590

Teaching  yoga one-to-one is a completely different experience to teaching a class. In order to realise the full potential of working one-to-one, it is necessary to cultivate a level of awareness, which extends both to our clients and ourselves by certified trainers

in physical, mental and emotional relationship. In this way, a profound and lasting transformation becomes possible.

Home Yoga Classes in Banjara Hills

Home-Yoga-Classes-in-Banjara Hills

This training will be divided into deepening teaching skills to effectively meet the needs of the individual and developing relational skills for working with the depth and intimacy that’s possible in one-to-one teaching. It will aim to highlight how working in an embodied and relational way also leads to working therapeutically.

Open to teachers and teacher trainees, this course covers:by certified trainers

Home Yoga Classes in Banjara Hills :

Reading a body: we will develop our understanding of the relationship between bones, muscles and fascia and investigate compensatory patterns and imbalance. Learning how to move all three tissue types in harmony gives us a much greater understanding of how to modify and prescribe poses, making tailoring for individual clients much more effective. Here we’ll also explore ways of developing our perception of energy and learn techniques and implications for the release and containment of it.

Structuring a session: we will learn how to evaluate a client’s needs and compose sessions that are uniquely tailored for them, including how to track and process information as we teach.

Common injuries: we will learn practical approaches to working with common musculoskeletal problems and crucially, consider the contention that no injury and no body is the same

The art of touch: we will learn hands on skills to help you take clients into a deeper practice. We will learn effective techniques for releasing fascial restriction and assisting muscles to recover from motor amnesia. In this part of the course we’ll also develop our sense of touch and how our embodied awareness impacts upon how we ‘make contact’ with our clients.

Embodiment: continuing to delve deeper into our own practice and sense of embodiment we’ll explore how this affects the relationship that we have with our clients.

 

 

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