Art of Developing Class Content and Yogāsana Sequencing

Ensuring a class has all necessary components allows a student to feel ‘complete’ at the end of a class. More important though, is the sequence of the āsana. Building the sequencing beyond the bell curve often taught, we will discuss the subtle body effects of āsana and draw a broad picture of why āsana could flow in various sequences for optimal class experiences. This will incorporate a strong component of adapting yogāsana to a multi-level class. A homework assignment between sessions will allow you to practically apply the concepts and get feedback.

 

Taught by: 

Mary-Ann 

PranaYoga Teacher Training: 300 Hour +

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300-hour trainings are typically the next step for teachers.

We offer the option to attain 300-hours and more, with an excess of over 1000 hours of advanced classes available.

A required 200 hours of core courses must be supplemented with 100 hours additional elective courses to complete the 300 Hour + certification.

And, then you can continue your studies and earn the Certificate of PranaYoga Advanced Yoga Teacher Training (CPYT) for attaining 1000 hours of education.

You must have a 200 hour YTT certification before you can register. Courses can be used as continuing education.

Samples of core topics include these and more:

Chakra, Tantra, and Esoteric Anatomy
Patanjali Yoga Sutras
Yoga Teaching Methodology
Hatha Yoga Classical Texts
Ayurveda for Yogasana Teachers
Bhagavad Gita

Samples of special interest electives include:

Children’s Yoga
Prenatal Yoga
Senior Yoga
Yoga Nidra
Sanskrit
Yoga as Therapy