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Yoga I.S.®: Teaching to Multiple Levels

by Lauren Eirk

Description

The reality of teaching is that our students have different bodies and structures, learning capacities, mindsets and abilities. Our goal as teachers must always be to teach to the student, rather than the group. When faced with a room of individuals, this can be quite a challenge. In this video, explore the power of cuing, sequencing and modifications. Learn how to use these skills to make you a world-class teacher, creating an invigorating mind-body experience for the student.
By Lauren Eirk

Additional Content

Session Handout: Download Powerpoint

Video Chapters

1. Introduction Play
2. The Science of Microprogression Play
3. Levels of Practice Play
4. Questions to Ask When Teaching Hatha Yoga Play
5. Yoga Asanas Play
6. Triangle Poses Play
7. Dandasana Play
8. Conclusion Play

About the Presenter

Lauren Eirk

Lauren Eirk IDEA Author/Presenter

Lauren Eirk. MS is a certified E-RYT 500 level Yoga Instructor with over 30 years experience in fitness health management, group instruction, and personal training. Lauren is the owner of Yoga I.S. Wellness Center in Louisville, Kentucky and the owner and developer of Registered Yoga Teacher Training School Yoga Integrated Science™ (Yoga I.S®), which offers 200hr, 300 hour, and 500+ hour yoga coursework, emphasizing a strong curriculum in anatomy, physiology, and exercise mechanics. Lauren is an MATm, Mastery Level Muscle Activation Techniques™ Certified Specialist, MATRx Hand and Foot Specialist, and MAT Jump Start Instructor. She will graduate from the MATRx Full Body program in February of 2017. She is a Mastery Level Resistance Training Specialist® and certified personal trainer. Lauren has a specialty yoga, fitness and wellness studio in Louisville, KY called Yoga I.S. that offers with Group Classes, MAT, personal training, and education courses. She is the recipient of the 2007 OBOW "Most Mindful Program" award.