Ashtanga Yoga Intensive
an advanced training course in traditional Ashtanga Yoga with Andrea Lutz
November 2013 to October 2014
Ashtanga Yoga - a challenging Yoga practice.
This course focuses on teaching traditional Ashtanga Yoga on an individual "one-on-one" basis within a group setting (Mysore style). The aim is to deliver a Yoga practice that corresponds individually to each student. It is the best method to ensure that everyone learns Ashtanga Yoga in a safe way, regardless of age and previous knowledge. This way of teaching requires a reliable and sound knowledge of Ashtanga Yoga, human Anatomy and Physiology, verbal and nonverbal guidance and support of students, as well as a profound analysis and understanding of Yoga itself with all its aspects.
Instructors: Andrea Lutz, Andrea Kohler (Anatomy/Physiology), Dr. Oliver Hellwig (Yoga History and Philosophie) Manju P. Jois (one week teachers training),
The training course focuses on: Yoga practice, Yoga technique, teaching methods, adjustment training, Anatomy, Living Anatomy, Physiology, Yoga philosophy, the history of Yoga in India, basic principles of a healthy and balanced diet, and the participation in one intensives week (workshop & teachers training "Primary Series") with Manju P. Jois, to connect with the source of Ashtang Yoga.
In total, it includes around 200 teaching units, 45 minutes each.
2013: 21 - 24 November
2014: 31 January – 4 February, 1 – 4 May, 1 – 5 October
Intensive week with Manju P. Jois: 28 June to 4 July 2014
This advanced training course is offered to all Yoga teachers and Yoga teacher trainees. Advanced long-time practitioners without teaching ambitions are also welcome to participate in order to get a deeper insight into the practice of Ashtanga Yoga. This course is designed to provide continuous accompaniment and support of your own practice as well as your teaching activity.
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