I’ve just scheduled a five-day teachers’ intensive to give you concrete and copious tools and sequences no matter what style of yoga (or other movement classes) you teach. This workshop, which meets August 12–16, 2013, is part of a larger initiative at Carrboro Yoga to include more continuing education (more on that in a few months) and gives a fun opportunity for those of you who’ve done my yoga for athletes teachers’ intensives to reunite. As a bonus, a brand-new Hampton Inn will be opening a block from the studio later this spring, so you’ll have a great home base if you’d like to be car-free for the week!
Do you feel uninspired or intimidated when you face a room of students, despite your love for the yoga practice? Does your creativity freeze up when you need to modify on the fly? Have you ever taught a class that felt great, then forgotten what made it special? This is the intensive for you! This workshop, designed for yoga teachers from any tradition, will give you concrete techniques to craft, teach, and reflect on sequences that will keep your students safe, healthy, and inspired. Sage Rountree, your teacher, is the leading expert on yoga for athletes and a prolific author of articles on sequencing for various issues. She has developed a simple, useful approach to keeping students engaged that will help you take your teaching to the next level.
It's a joy to have a live, in-person yoga teacher training on the schedule at Carolina Yoga Company! As part of my planning for this fall's weekend-format YTT, I created a guide, "Essential Questions to Ask About Yoga Teacher Training." Get it here.
If you have a race coming up in the summer, do you have a plan to match? Systematic training—and systematic rest—will […]