Yoga, Ayurveda & Reiki Workshops and Education:
Spring Renewal Cleanse
Yoga to Promote Optimal Health, Skeletal "Ease", Continuing Education Weekend
Yoga to Promote Optimal Health
Yoga Teacher Continuing Education Courses
Dawn Usha De Marco and Maria Sudasi Di Santi
The Yoga Loft, Farmingdale, NJ
Yoga to promote Optimal Health is broken up into 4 weekends.
Each weekend can be taken individually or as a 4 weekend series.
Date to be announced
12:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Related to Spine (back) & Joints (Shoulders, Wrists, Hips, Knees, Ankles)
During this weekend learn and explore how to apply the following principles in creating a class environment that benefits your students.
* Asana * Pranayama * Koshas * Chakras * Ayerveda (Doshas) * Gunas
If you want to be:
Safe and supportive of your students’ needs
More knowledgeable & confident in helping students’ with specific challenges
Able to work one on one with student’s special needs
Able to learn how to use props as tools supporting “Skeletal Ease”
Confident in verbalizing cues and adjusting students to promote proper aliment and ease in their practice
What you will gain from this “Skeletal Ease” Training:
Knowledge about injuries and dysfunctions of the Skeletal System and how to accommodate that population
Better understanding of the skeletal system, specifically the spine, and joints.
The ability to create an asana class for those with specific “Skeletal Dis Ease”
Confidence working with a mixed population of students in open level class
Greater understanding of specific yoga principles (ex: pranayama, koshas, chakras)
The ability to create an individual program for a student with joint or spine issues.
Be able to work with people with joint replacements
24 Yoga Alliance CEUs
Yoga to Promote Optimal Health will be broken up into 4 weekends focusing on each of these topics
Skeletal (October 9-11)
Auto Immune (to be announced)
Respiratory & Digestion (to be announced)
Mental (Anxiety & Depression) (to be announced)
* There will be a minimum of 5 people required for class to run.