Fri, May 15|
Spira Power Yoga
Hands on Assisting – a 300hour Teacher Training Module
Finding alignment with Hands-on Assisting – May 15th-17th, 2020
Time & Location
May 15, 2020, 6:00 PM – May 17, 2020, 3:30 PM
Spira Power Yoga, 2403, 2332 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116, USA
About the Event
Finding alignment with Hands on Assisting – May 15th-17th 2020You can buy the 300 HR teacher training two ways. Either purchase it module per module or buy all 15 modules and save $400.00. If you want to buy all 15, please look for the link under the main page 500-HR Teacher Training.
To receive your 300-Hr diploma from Spira you must complete 15 modules and pass the final exam and presentation. The training can be completed in as little as 2 years. Most students can comfortably complete the training in 4 years. However, our program is flexible: You can study at your own pace, taking as many years as you need to finish all 15 modules. After each 4-year period, we will charge an additional $100 to reactivate your enrollment in the training
Family and Work Friendly Schedule for Weekend Modules:
Fridays, 6:00pm – 10:00pm Saturdays, 11:30am – 4:00pm Sundays, 11:30am – 3:30pm
Price of this module: $335
This module is designed for teachers who have already completed a 200-Hr yoga teacher training, and wish to accumulate 300 credits toward their 500-Hr certification.
In this heavily hands-on course will cover the following topics:
The different types of hands-on assists
Learning to see and understand students in asanas
How to use your hands to guide students into a more balanced and stable alignment that is in harmony with their own abilities
Being aware of your students’ energetic space as well as your own energy
How to help different bodies achieve comfortable, powerful, and safe physical and energetic alignment in various asanas
Ethics of touching; how not to touch
You will walk away with a better understanding of correct alignment for different body types as well as an understanding of how to help practitioners reach a more challenging pose in a safe and supportive way.