Balance: it’s more than just standing on one foot. It’s one definition of yoga. We strive for equilibrium in our bodies, minds, and lives.
Whether you’re a seasoned yogi or just starting your teaching journey, my upcoming workshop “Designing and Teaching Balance Focused Sequences and Classes” is tailored to revolutionize the way you approach balance in your classes.
📅 Dates: Saturday and Sunday, September 23–24
🕒 Times: Saturday, 10 a.m.–1 p.m., 2–5 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m.–1 p.m.
📍 Venue: Carrboro Yoga Company, Carrboro, NC (fly into Raleigh-Durham, RDU)
🎟️ Price: $399, includes mentorship on preassignments and postassignments, so you will have ongoing support in helping your students find balance
1. Flow Teachers: If you’ve been teaching vinyasa or any dynamic flow classes, you know the challenge of keeping sequences fresh and engaging. This workshop will introduce innovative balance postures and transitions that can spice up your class while working for all levels of students. It’s a hands-free way to add that extra zest!
2. Sports Enthusiasts & Coaches: Working with athletes? Balance plays a crucial role in enhancing athletic performance, ensuring stability, agility, and most importantly, injury prevention. Equip yourself with the tools to make your athlete students injury-proof.
3. Gentle Yoga & Senior Yoga Instructors: Balance is not just for the young or athletic. It’s vital for our older students, too. As we age, maintaining balance becomes essential in reducing the risk of falls. Learn sequences that scale for all ages, ensuring they can practice safely and confidently.
The beauty of this workshop? It’s not restrictive. The principles and techniques you’ll learn about balance can be integrated into any class. Whether it’s a high-intensity flow, a gentle session, or a specialized class for athletes or seniors, balance is the secret sauce for crafting a helpful class.
Spaces are limited, and the art of balance awaits. Secure your spot now!
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