IST Departure, Destination and Direction
Tutor: Andy Curtis-Payne
Date: 3rd August 2019
Time: 10:30 - 16:15
If you are looking for a wonderful day to assist you with lesson planning then this is for you!
With so many options, and such varied and distinct needs in the average yoga class, how do we decide what to teach? Which direction to take? Where do we start?
Happily, TKV Desikachar gave us some guidance in answering these questions: During the day we will explore these concepts theoretically and then put them into practice, using different practices for different directions, to experience for ourselves how they can work. Text references will be used where appropriate to underpin the teaching on the day and illustrate key points.
By the end of the day, we should all have a clearer understanding of these key principles, and how to apply them to plan and teach interesting and helpful practices for our students. The day will be useful as revision for more experienced teachers, but also provide useful guidance for those starting out or still in training.
Andy Curtis-Payne has been a yoga teacher for 25 years and is now Chair of The Society of Yoga Practitioners. He was appointed a teacher trainer in 2006 by TKV Desikachar and has also undertaken further specialist training in Yoga Therapy. He continues to have regular study with senior teachers in India at the Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram. Andy lives and teaches yoga classes in Sussex and specialises in 1:1 consultations.
The Event Organiser is Melanie Johnson - email@example.com
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