While the tendency for many is to either give up or burn out, yoga invites us to tap into a skillful empowerment, utilizing the strength of the body, vitality of the breath, lucidity of the mind, and courageousness of the heart. Embark on a journey of inquiry to awaken this innate potentiality which you already possess.
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In this class you will:. Ganapati is one of the most well known Hindu Gods. The half boy half elephant character is invoked at beginnings not in vein. Ganesha like all the other Hindu Deities can help us reflect and reawaken the primal energies that have always been present within.
In this exciting experience you will:. Danny's Bio:.
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His yoga training spans a wide range of topics and he has had the privilege to teach and be intricately involved with teacher training programs both at Kripalu Center, Todd Norian and Ann Greene of Anusara, as well as extensive study with Shiva Rea. His deepest passion in yoga is to support yoga teachers in expanding their practice while integrating effective use of yoga philosophy, themes and dynamic language into their classes.
His book Nourishing the Teacher: Inquiries, Insights, and Contemplations on the Path of Yoga is a resource on the above topics for teachers, as well as a wonderful wellspring of inspiration for students. Quick Links. Sacred Rivers Yoga.
The Aftertaste of Asana
Dear Sacred Rivers Yogis, practitioners, teachers, teacher training students. Workshop Information below. These 6 teachings are extremely simple and accessible, and hold an immense richness to and for the daily inquiry of living yoga.
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Whether you consider yourself a yoga practitioner, teacher, psychologist, wellness enthusiast, counselor, or simply a human being traversing this magnificent and sometimes challenging path we call life, there are many valuable gems in this text. Browse sample pages or purchase the book on www. The text is also available as an e-book and audio book. Closed to general public per Yoga Alliance.
Alignment to Heal the Body. So many books about yoga continue to be written to students, thereby offering only a small part of the story that helps teacher hone their craft. Specific support for teaching is lacking in most sources but Melanie Cooper addresses this need head-on and she does it very well.
In fact, her book is twice as good as most because she provides both great support on many aspects of teaching plus wonderful asana adjustment teaching. Highly recommended! This book is for teachers of all kinds of yoga.
It is a source of sadness to me that some yoga teachers look more for the divisions between types of yoga rather than what we have in common. I feel we are all doing essentially the same thing but with different emphases to cater to all the different personalities and body types doing asana.
While we have highlighted a few outstanding books, there are literally hundreds of wonderful books and we encourage you to peruse the entire list. Any one of these may be just what you need!
This spiral bound reference book offers a lot of value. Developing skills and confidence in alignment and sequencing are often the biggest challenges in the first few years of teaching.
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While some trainers and workshops provide excellent teaching support on these vital topics, becoming an expert in these areas requires ongoing commitment to practice and study. After the training workshop is over, you need a guide or reference to refer back to, but compared to other teaching topics, practical written support on these topics is slim.
So this guide really stands out as a quality support piece for teachers. It covers the fundamentals of alignment and explains the relationship between physical alignment and energy flow. And it includes sequencing guidance plus sample sequences for each type hip stretching, grounding, calming, invigorating, etc.