An adjustment is an intimate relationship between student and teacher. It is a promise to safely guide another, into a place of more feeling, bigger sensation, and deeper understanding. Adjustments need to be done with intelligence, compassion and spot on guidance, to be effective and have a lasting effect on the way our students practice. It requires an unspoken trust, compassion and lots of other components that Jen and Neha will be covering in this training. The power of touch is truly an art and we’re so looking forward to helping you cultivate your techniques in your journey as an amazing teacher!
On this training, Neha and Jen will cover several different key areas related to effective adjustments including:
- The role of breathing in assists
- Use of props and partners
- Understanding the use of pressure in physical touch
- Online versus in class adjustments
- Hands on adjustment demonstrations and practice in:
- Standing balances
- Arm balances
Who is this training for?
Teachers who are
Students looking to deepen their understanding of postures
This training does not require you to have a 200HR TT prior. However, since this training is YA certifies, you will be able to add these training hours to your exsisting hours with Yoga Alliance.
Our goals for you
- More confidence in your verbal and visual assists
- More confidence, accuracy and safety in physical adjustments.
- Deeper knowledge in helping students in their understanding of their own bodies and capacities
PRICING Early bird pricing till Sept 4th:
Regular price from Sept 5th :
(Please make a payment in full to reserve your spot)
LOCATION | DAY | TIMINGS
15 HR ART OF ADJUSTMENTS TRAINING WILL TAKE PLACE AT:
Inspire Yoga (Al Manara), in Dubai
From the 23rd – 25th of September (Thursday – Saturday)
12-5PM each of the three days
Neha is a ERYT 600 Certified, International yoga teacher, who’s journey began close to10 years ago, as a means of recovery, building strength, resilience and balance into her life. Her love affair with yoga began in the hot room, after which she found her wings in a vinyasa class that allowed her to find her passion for creative flows, arm balances and inversions. Going beyond the physical, she realized that yoga is mental stretch. Stretching limitations, imaginations and possibilities! Her Vinyasa classes are creative, fun, challenging and focus on alignment, core strength and expanding student knowledge of their own bodies through postures and strength and flexibility building techniques. With a love of teaching, Neha will guide your practice to new depths and help you connect your journey on the mat with meaning off the mat.
- ERYT200 – Absolute Academy, Thailand
- ERYT100 – Lila School of Vinyasa
- RYT300 – SuperSoul Bhakti Yoga
- In depth movement and hand balancing training and certifications with international teachers
- Currently enrolled in a 2 year meditation teacher training from Standford University, with world renowned Insight Meditation Teachers, Tara Brach and Jack Kornfield
Jennifer has been practicing yoga for two decades, beginning in Ashtanga foundations, and further accumulating an eclectic style of physical practice in Vinyasa, Hatha, Iyengar, Anusara, Primal movement, aerial yoga, paddle-board yoga, yoga tune-up, calisthenics and gymnastics.
Jennifer has trained and certified through Downward Dog Yoga Centre in Toronto with my Yoga Alliance affiliation and has since deepened her yoga journey with teachers such as Maty Ezraty, David Swenson, Meghan Currie, Chuck Miller, Tom Myers, and many others.
Jennifer believes in a practice that nourishes and challenges the body through intelligent and creative movement.
Jennifer’s teaching is informed from her career as a rehab therapist, focusing on alignment and body function in both holding and transitioning through postures making anatomy fun, interesting and practical. She also holds certifications in pilates, fascial therapy and psychotherapy that supports and deepens her connection of the asanas.