The word vinyasa means “to put or place in a special way (to create the desired outcome).” Spend a weekend clarifying your intent, tapping into your body’s inherent intelligence, and learning skills and techniques to bring both into action. This weekend is open to both teachers and avid practitioners of flow-based yoga. The weekend consists of four sessions:
Peak Pose Sequencing — Build your flows so your students prepare their bodies and learn the actions they will need to approach your peak pose. Expect some technical training on how to identify component parts and key actions, and keep in mind, peak pose doesn’t have to mean advanced pose. Some of the best peak pose sequences create mastery of the basics.
Peak Flow Sequencing — This is a key tool for teaching all levels classes in an effective and approachable way. When you build your flow one wave at a time and place strategic options between each wave, everyone in your all levels classes can find the right level of challenge and support and have a gateway to learn and grow.
Elemental Sequencing – With just a handful of elements, you can create varied and dynamic classes. Over time, your students will begin to find familiar elements within a new creative class, and you will continue to build mastery through repetition without losing enthusiasm.
Find Your Muse – The flow style of practice lends itself well to a “chorus” —that is a series of movements or shapes that are repeated throughout class, that brings a feeling of unity to the arc of class and help students drop into the “flow state.” Learn to find your muse and weave it through your sequence.
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