Being able to teach yoga in various ways makes for an excellent yoga instructor. This skill includes the ability to teach to a distinct population while welcoming a new person to the class at the same time. Throughout these nine weeks, we will look at the teaching methodology of Yin Yoga, how to teach with trauma sensitivity, anxiety issues, weight loss, contemplative disciplines, depression, and how to challenge the advanced practitioner to grow their practice.
In addition, we will be looking at the different yoga styles to understand why over 20 million Americans alone practice this wellness modality.
Our final weeks of this session will be based on the book Boundless: What Global Expressions of Faith Teach Us About Following Jesus by Bryan Bishop. This book will build upon our discussion of teaching methodology as it relates to faith.
Have any questions about this module? Be sure to post your questions in the comments below and check back with us on Wednesday, September 25 at 3:00pm Central time for a LIVE Q&A discussing all things Masters Training! You can head to our Facebook page on Wednesday to connect.
Post by: Christina Mroz is a Senior Trainer for Holy Yoga Global®, LLC. She leads an array of HYG’s specialty trainings from Kids, Pre/Postnatal, Chair/Senior, Weights, Yogalates, Plus, Adaptive, and Therapy Yoga certifications with an emphasis on alignment and accessibility for all ages and abilities. Christina is an E-RYT 200 hour and continuing education provider through Yoga Alliance. She teaches yoga and movement classes in Somerset, WI and through her blog christinamroz.com.