If you have completed the yoga Instructor course and have acquired the basics of teaching postures, the basic training in how to approach your students safely and practically and you wish to continue advancing this knowledge, then this Teachers training course will help you to qualify, and become a true professional Teacher.
The contact hours that make up this curriculum are distributed among the different training areas already outlined in the instructor course. In them, however, the expansion of knowledge and the deepening of your study will fulfill the expectations of your professional qualification and your personal enrichment.
- Techniques, Methodology and Practical Application: practical knowledge of the variants of advanced postures, their different techniques and their multiple adaptations, oriented to a personalized, differentiating teaching, able to attend the different capacities that are observed in the classroom, incorporating the most current new methodologies.
- Pedagogy: Methodology of planning and learning. Advanced knowledge of programming and class design. Pedagogical and creative strategies for the elaboration and individual creation of teaching plans and oral performance techniques.
- Anatomy and Physiology: specialized knowledge of applied anatomy during the practice of postures.
- Philosophy and Tradition: Comparative multi-faceted study of the yoga tradition: history, literature, philosophy, its practical application and its conciliation with Western culture.
- Meditation, practice of advanced pranayamas and kriyas
- Practicum: Throughout the course, what is learned in the theoretical and pedagogical classes is practiced, reinforcing the knowledge of the postures, variants, substitutions and use of aids for the improvement of personal practice with a view to teaching.
- Already at this stage of the Teacher training course, the asana technique is thoroughly in hand, and the next question that arises is "and now what?"
Now appears the ability and the possibility to go a step further, to venture to explore the limits of the posture and direct it with purpose.
You will learn to recognize the fine line that differentiates yoga from acrobatics or gymnastics.
- In this course we will move towards a conscious and integrative asana.