Durante questo corso cercheremo di accompagnarvi sul cammino dello yoga per approfondire la vostra pratica individuale. Il nostro obiettivo è quello di aiutarvi a trovare la vostra propria espressione creativa e mostrarvi come condividerla con gli altri. Attraverso lo studio delle asana, dell’allineamento, della sequenza, degli aggiustamenti, delle scritture, della filosofia, della gestione e molto altro ancora, gli insegnanti di Yoga Roof vi offrono una formazione che eccede gli standard raccomandati per le qualificazioni di primo livello. Siamo dediti a creare uno spazio per l’apprendimento che promuova la fiducia e vi dia la forza di trovare la vostra propria voce d’insegnante.
Che vogliate insegnare o solo approfondire ciò che sapete di questa meravigliosa e antica arte, questo corso vi offrirà un ambiente sicuro, divertente e compassionevole in cui imparare, crescere e approfondire la vostra comprensione dello yoga.
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This training is 200 hours. It is the standard, first level yoga certification training. Those wishing to continue as teachers are expected to continue their studies independently and through continued trainings. The course will be held over a 6 month period: during 4 weekends and one intensive immersion of 7 days.
The course will give you:
-an embodied knowledge that will be with you forever
-guidance in designing 4-8 week beginner courses as well as teaching to mixed-level/drop-in classes and special groups such as pregnant, elderly and kids
-a professional and ethical framework from which to practice and teach
-an awareness of issues that can arise for you as a teacher and how to handle them
-practical advise on how to create a source of income in teaching yoga
-how anatomy & physiology apply practically in asana
-the tools to develop your own practice
-how the yoga philosophy can be integrated into your own daily life
-how to create a safe and inspirational setting
-personal practice: understanding it in your body will give you the best foundation for teaching it to others
-alignment and form
-practical knowledge of how to teach the muscles to move the bones into proper alignment
-de-construction of key level 1/2 poses and how to teach them
-common postural modifications for a safe practice and to prevent injury
-how to make verbal adjustments and safe, sensitive manual adjustments of Level 1-2 poses
-pranayama, breath and anatomy of breath and how to teach pranayama
-practical anatomy & physiology
-meditation techniques and the art of teaching them
-the history of yoga
-foundation in the main yoga philosophies: Tantra, Vedanta and Classical
-study of key texts: Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras and Bhagavad Gita
-teaching skills: languaging and voice, methodology, practicum, giving clear demonstrations, class planning, the art of sequencing, the art of inspiring a class, class theming, assisting and visual skills
-business of yoga
-level 1 therapeutics and contraindications
-how to teach restorative and to special groups: kids, elderly, pregnant
-introduction to Ayurveda and the Bhandas
-the Subtle, Energetic Body
-creating a home practice
All required assignments and full attendance must be completed in order to receive diploma. You will receive 200 hour Yoga Teacher certification from YogaRoof & Kelly Griswold. This qualifies you for the USA and International Yoga Alliance RYT-200 Vinyasa. Each trainee will be assessed individually for graduation. In some cases, additional hours may be required in order to receive certification.
All applicants must have at least one year of regular yoga practice in order to be accepted for the training.
All class requirements must be met.
Readings assignments (click here for a full list of texts and the dates they should be read by).
Homework and tests will be given during the course of the training. They are designed to help you understand strengths and weakness more thoroughly and must be completed prior to certification.
– 6 hours observation (of 4 classes formerly approved of)
– 3 hours assisting (of 2 classes formerly approved of)
– 1 class observed teaching (1 class is taught by the student and observed by the teacher)