‘An Act of Giving’ Teaching Methodology with Monica Gauci

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    Date/Time
    Date(s) - 17/08/2019 - 20/10/2019
    8:30 pm - 4:30 pm

    Location
    Ashtanga Yoga Centre of Melbourne

    Address
    1/110-112 Argyle St
    Fitzroy 3065
    Victoria
    Australia


    Learn sophisticated verbal instructions combined with the essential principles of communication to help your students reach their desired goals. We teach you how to effectively structure, conduct and deliver various levels of asana classes safely to a broad range of student abilities. Learn about the role of the teacher and intra-class dynamics.

    You will learn various ways of giving students feedback so that they can improve their Yoga practice. These will include verbal and light touch corrections as well as anatomically sound hands-on adjusting techniques.

    After having demonstrated a particular posture you will often find the class practising as many variations of the posture as there are students in the room! Learn effective demonstration techniques so that there is the smallest possible deviation in the class from the posture taught.

    You will also have the opportunity to rehearse the learned content so you receive valuable individual feedback and can then confidently step before a class and teach.

    This workshop is taught over four full weekends (approx. 64 hours).

    17, 18 August 2019

    24, 25 August 2019
    28, 29 Sept 2019 and
    19, 20 October 2019

    The last two weekends can only be attended by those who completed the first two.

    Bookings

    4 Full Weekends

    $1,400.00


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    Gregor Maehle began his practice of Raja Yoga in 1978 and added Hatha Yoga a few years later. For almost two decades he yearly travelled to India where he studied with various yogic and tantric masters. Since then he has branched out into research of the anatomical alignment of postures and the higher limbs of Yoga. He obtained his anatomical knowledge through a Health Practitioner degree and has also studied History, Philosophy and Comparative Religion. Gregor lived many years as a recluse, studying Sanskrit, yogic scripture and practising yogic techniques. He has published a series of textbooks on all major aspects of yoga. His mission is to re-integrate ashtanga vinyasa practice into the larger framework of Patanjali’s eight-limbed yoga in the spirit of T. Krishnamacharya. He offers trainings, retreats and workshops worldwide.

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