Tutor: Dawn WESSELBY
Date: 5th November 2022
Time: 10:00 - 16:00
This is an interactive day to help the creative juices flow and revitalise your lesson planning. By sharing some of Dawn's favourite methods for inspiration you will find a number of ways to inspire you in creating lesson plan content. This is very much a student led session.
During the day you will be working in small groups creating and sharing lesson plans based on themes, philosophical quotes, and from asana cards.
Dawn will share some ways of finding inspiration and clearing your lesson planning blocks by providing a list of themes and philosophical quotes that you can use to inspire your lesson planning.
By making the day interactive, it will be fast paced and fun with thinking outside the box encouraged to help create stimulating and original lesson plan content for your students and your own practice.
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I am a BWY trained teacher with over 19 years experience and also a DCT (teacher trainer) . I am also qualified in Kundalini Yoga and Restorative Yoga (with Judith Lassiter). I have also undertaken modules in Philosophy, Pranayama, Yoga Nidra and Yoga for Mental Health. I am also a Yoga In Health Alliance teacher. I have always been interested in energy and have been exploring the pancha vayus and how that can inform our teaching and personal practice. I am also qualified in a number of complimentary therapies including Reiki, crystal therapy and shamanic healing as well as physical practices such as massage and reflexology. I feel that yoga is a wonderful tool to help us understand ourselves and the world around us and how we can apply that to our daily lives to help us deal with living in modern times.