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Vinyasa Flow Sequencing & The Art of Theming CPD Module 7-8 September & 5-6 October 2019 10:00-18:00 each day Vinyasa yoga is often misunderstood. It is not just lots of chaturanga's or downward facing dogs sandwiched between lots of postures! Vinyasa Krama ('wise progression', to place in a special way, or 'to flow with grace') can be applied to ALL types of yoga, whether that be gentle, or yin or hatha, or pranayama, as well as life off the mat. WHY is sequencing important? Come and join Jackie as we work through many different ways to sequence ALL types of yoga, and 'flow with grace'. Weekend 1 - The Art of Vinyasa Yoga and Sequencing (15 Hours) Saturday 10am to 6pm ( 1 hour for lunch, and 2 - 15 minute breaks) The History and meaning of 'Vinyasa Krama' What does 'sequencing' mean and how can we apply it to all styles of yoga? How to work toward a 'peak pose'. What are the different 'levels', and how can we best apply them for effective teaching and flowing, effortless lesson plans? The 'basics' of lesson planning, including the 'arc of effort' How to ensure that ALL levels of students are included and catered for. The physical considerations for safe sequencing. The importance of 'transitions' in yoga class planning. Sunday 10am to 6pm ( 1 hour for lunch, and 2 - 15 minute breaks) The meaning of 'Namaskar', and traditional sun and moon namaskaras, plus Jackie's own sequences that she has worked on over her many year's teaching vinyasa flow yoga. How to teach: Bhumi Namaskar (Honouring the Earth) Chandra Namaskar (The Moon) Surya Namaskar (The Sun) Agni Namaskar (Fire) Jala Namsakar (Water) Akasha Namaskar (Space) Shanti Namaskar (Peace) Tula Namaskar (Balance) Prana Namaskar (Life Force) Hridaya Namaskar (Love) And how to use the different sequences above in different seasons, throughout the class to support themes or peak poses, and to support different styles of yoga. Work throughout the weekend will be a mix of listening, practice, and group work. A sequencing work book and manual will be given to all attendees, including full lesson plans for the 10 namaskar's above. Weekend 2 - The Art of Theming, and the use of Myth and Metaphor Theming in yoga is an art form, it takes time, experience, and knowledge, and when used effectively, can catapult a yoga class into a truly amazing experience for the students. It is a great way to introduce the philosophy and history of yoga into asana based classes, as well as enhancing the meaning behind some of our most beloved postures! Saturday & Sunday 10am to 6pm (1 hour lunch and 2 - 15 minute breaks) What is 'Theming' in yoga? HOW can we implement it into classes? WHY does it make the teachings of yoga more effective? The history of asana, and why some of our postures have unusual names, and how we can use the very name of the pose as our theme. How effective theming can help in lesson planning, long term, making it much easier to plan classes well ahead of time. How to make philosophies RELATABLE to your students. Theming workshops and retreats. Themes covered will include: Yama and Niyamas from the Sutras The Rig Veda and the Churning of the Ocean of Milk Ganesh (Elephant Headed God) Shiva Shakti -The Goddesses The Chakras The 5 elements (Pancha Bhutas) The 5 winds (Pancha Vayus) The 5 layers (Pancha Koshas) Hanuman and Vayu Prana The Bhagavad Gita, Krishna and Arjuna Enlightenment The SELF (I am) How to use the above to create intelligent sequences, meaningful classes, exciting workshops, and unforgettable experiences for your students. The weekend will consist of story telling, asana practice, group work, and reflection. A full theming manual/workbook, including some of Jackie's favourite stories and lesson plans, will be given to all attendees. A certificate of attendance upon full completion of each weekend. Note, this will be a 30 hour CPD, however the weekends can be split into two if requested, and done independently of each other. Both weekends would be advisable to get the most out of the 4 days however. Total investment £375.00 Each weekend (if split) £200.00
Bookings for workshops and courses cancellation policy When booking for courses and workshops, please note that we can only provide a full refund (less a 10% admin fee) for cancellations made more than 28 days before the start date. For any other cancellations there will be no refunds or transfers unless your place can be filled from a waiting list, in which case we will refund the fee (less a 20% admin fee). If a course or workshop is cancelled you will be offered either a cash refund or the option of being transferred to an alternative event. Once you have committed to a course or workshop, we recommend that you attend the scheduled number of sessions to get the most out of the programme.
The Yoga Bank 2019 © All Rights Reserved. Website Design GC_Wood
0151 257 8202
Courses
Vinyasa Flow Sequencing & The Art of Theming CPD Module 7-8 September & 5-6 October 2019 10:00-18:00 each day Vinyasa yoga is often misunderstood. It is not just lots of chaturanga's or downward facing dogs sandwiched between lots of postures! Vinyasa Krama ('wise progression', to place in a special way, or 'to flow with grace') can be applied to ALL types of yoga, whether that be gentle, or yin or hatha, or pranayama, as well as life off the mat. WHY is sequencing important? Come and join Jackie as we work through many different ways to sequence ALL types of yoga, and 'flow with grace'. Weekend 1 - The Art of Vinyasa Yoga and Sequencing (15 Hours) Saturday 10am to 6pm ( 1 hour for lunch, and 2 - 15 minute breaks) The History and meaning of 'Vinyasa Krama' What does 'sequencing' mean and how can we apply it to all styles of yoga? How to work toward a 'peak pose'. What are the different 'levels', and how can we best apply them for effective teaching and flowing, effortless lesson plans? The 'basics' of lesson planning, including the 'arc of effort' How to ensure that ALL levels of students are included and catered for. The physical considerations for safe sequencing. The importance of 'transitions' in yoga class planning. Sunday 10am to 6pm ( 1 hour for lunch, and 2 - 15 minute breaks) The meaning of 'Namaskar', and traditional sun and moon namaskaras, plus Jackie's own sequences that she has worked on over her many year's teaching vinyasa flow yoga. How to teach: Bhumi Namaskar (Honouring the Earth) Chandra Namaskar (The Moon) Surya Namaskar (The Sun) Agni Namaskar (Fire) Jala Namsakar (Water) Akasha Namaskar (Space) Shanti Namaskar (Peace) Tula Namaskar (Balance) Prana Namaskar (Life Force) Hridaya Namaskar (Love) And how to use the different sequences above in different seasons, throughout the class to support themes or peak poses, and to support different styles of yoga. Work throughout the weekend will be a mix of listening, practice, and group work. A sequencing work book and manual will be given to all attendees, including full lesson plans for the 10 namaskar's above. Weekend 2 - The Art of Theming, and the use of Myth and Metaphor Theming in yoga is an art form, it takes time, experience, and knowledge, and when used effectively, can catapult a yoga class into a truly amazing experience for the students. It is a great way to introduce the philosophy and history of yoga into asana based classes, as well as enhancing the meaning behind some of our most beloved postures! Saturday & Sunday 10am to 6pm (1 hour lunch and 2 - 15 minute breaks) What is 'Theming' in yoga? HOW can we implement it into classes? WHY does it make the teachings of yoga more effective? The history of asana, and why some of our postures have unusual names, and how we can use the very name of the pose as our theme. How effective theming can help in lesson planning, long term, making it much easier to plan classes well ahead of time. How to make philosophies RELATABLE to your students. Theming workshops and retreats. Themes covered will include: Yama and Niyamas from the Sutras The Rig Veda and the Churning of the Ocean of Milk Ganesh (Elephant Headed God) Shiva Shakti -The Goddesses The Chakras The 5 elements (Pancha Bhutas) The 5 winds (Pancha Vayus) The 5 layers (Pancha Koshas) Hanuman and Vayu Prana The Bhagavad Gita, Krishna and Arjuna Enlightenment The SELF (I am) How to use the above to create intelligent sequences, meaningful classes, exciting workshops, and unforgettable experiences for your students. The weekend will consist of story telling, asana practice, group work, and reflection. A full theming manual/workbook, including some of Jackie's favourite stories and lesson plans, will be given to all attendees. A certificate of attendance upon full completion of each weekend. Note, this will be a 30 hour CPD, however the weekends can be split into two if requested, and done independently of each other. Both weekends would be advisable to get the most out of the 4 days however. Total investment £375.00 Each weekend (if split) £200.00
Bookings for workshops and courses cancellation policy When booking for courses and workshops, please note that we can only provide a full refund (less a 10% admin fee) for cancellations made more than 28 days before the start date. For any other cancellations there will be no refunds or transfers unless your place can be filled from a waiting list, in which case we will refund the fee (less a 20% admin fee). If a course or workshop is cancelled you will be offered either a cash refund or the option of being transferred to an alternative event. Once you have committed to a course or workshop, we recommend that you attend the scheduled number of sessions to get the most out of the programme.
The Yoga Bank 2019 © All Rights Reserved. Website Design GC_Wood
0151 257 8202
Courses
Vinyasa Flow Sequencing & The Art of Theming CPD Module 7-8 September & 5-6 October 2019 10:00-18:00 each day Vinyasa yoga is often misunderstood. It is not just lots of chaturanga's or downward facing dogs sandwiched between lots of postures! Vinyasa Krama ('wise progression', to place in a special way, or 'to flow with grace') can be applied to ALL types of yoga, whether that be gentle, or yin or hatha, or pranayama, as well as life off the mat. WHY is sequencing important? Come and join Jackie as we work through many different ways to sequence ALL types of yoga, and 'flow with grace'. Weekend 1 - The Art of Vinyasa Yoga and Sequencing (15 Hours) Saturday 10am to 6pm ( 1 hour for lunch, and 2 - 15 minute breaks) The History and meaning of 'Vinyasa Krama' What does 'sequencing' mean and how can we apply it to all styles of yoga? How to work toward a 'peak pose'. What are the different 'levels', and how can we best apply them for effective teaching and flowing, effortless lesson plans? The 'basics' of lesson planning, including the 'arc of effort' How to ensure that ALL levels of students are included and catered for. The physical considerations for safe sequencing. The importance of 'transitions' in yoga class planning. Sunday 10am to 6pm ( 1 hour for lunch, and 2 - 15 minute breaks) The meaning of 'Namaskar', and traditional sun and moon namaskaras, plus Jackie's own sequences that she has worked on over her many year's teaching vinyasa flow yoga. How to teach: Bhumi Namaskar (Honouring the Earth) Chandra Namaskar (The Moon) Surya Namaskar (The Sun) Agni Namaskar (Fire) Jala Namsakar (Water) Akasha Namaskar (Space) Shanti Namaskar (Peace) Tula Namaskar (Balance) Prana Namaskar (Life Force) Hridaya Namaskar (Love) And how to use the different sequences above in different seasons, throughout the class to support themes or peak poses, and to support different styles of yoga. Work throughout the weekend will be a mix of listening, practice, and group work. A sequencing work book and manual will be given to all attendees, including full lesson plans for the 10 namaskar's above. Weekend 2 - The Art of Theming, and the use of Myth and Metaphor Theming in yoga is an art form, it takes time, experience, and knowledge, and when used effectively, can catapult a yoga class into a truly amazing experience for the students. It is a great way to introduce the philosophy and history of yoga into asana based classes, as well as enhancing the meaning behind some of our most beloved postures! Saturday & Sunday 10am to 6pm (1 hour lunch and 2 - 15 minute breaks) What is 'Theming' in yoga? HOW can we implement it into classes? WHY does it make the teachings of yoga more effective? The history of asana, and why some of our postures have unusual names, and how we can use the very name of the pose as our theme. How effective theming can help in lesson planning, long term, making it much easier to plan classes well ahead of time. How to make philosophies RELATABLE to your students. Theming workshops and retreats. Themes covered will include: Yama and Niyamas from the Sutras The Rig Veda and the Churning of the Ocean of Milk Ganesh (Elephant Headed God) Shiva Shakti -The Goddesses The Chakras The 5 elements (Pancha Bhutas) The 5 winds (Pancha Vayus) The 5 layers (Pancha Koshas) Hanuman and Vayu Prana The Bhagavad Gita, Krishna and Arjuna Enlightenment The SELF (I am) How to use the above to create intelligent sequences, meaningful classes, exciting workshops, and unforgettable experiences for your students. The weekend will consist of story telling, asana practice, group work, and reflection. A full theming manual/workbook, including some of Jackie's favourite stories and lesson plans, will be given to all attendees. A certificate of attendance upon full completion of each weekend. Note, this will be a 30 hour CPD, however the weekends can be split into two if requested, and done independently of each other. Both weekends would be advisable to get the most out of the 4 days however. Total investment £375.00 Each weekend (if split) £200.00
Bookings for workshops and courses cancellation policy When booking for courses and workshops, please note that we can only provide a full refund (less a 10% admin fee) for cancellations made more than 28 days before the start date. For any other cancellations there will be no refunds or transfers unless your place can be filled from a waiting list, in which case we will refund the fee (less a 20% admin fee). If a course or workshop is cancelled you will be offered either a cash refund or the option of being transferred to an alternative event. Once you have committed to a course or workshop, we recommend that you attend the scheduled number of sessions to get the most out of the programme.
The Yoga Bank 2019 © All Rights Reserved. Website Design GC_Wood
0151 257 8202
Vinyasa Flow Sequencing & The Art of Theming CPD Module 7-8 September & 5-6 October 2019 10:00-18:00 each day Vinyasa yoga is often misunderstood. It is not just lots of chaturanga's or downward facing dogs sandwiched between lots of postures! Vinyasa Krama ('wise progression', to place in a special way, or 'to flow with grace') can be applied to ALL types of yoga, whether that be gentle, or yin or hatha, or pranayama, as well as life off the mat. WHY is sequencing important? Come and join Jackie as we work through many different ways to sequence ALL types of yoga, and 'flow with grace'. Weekend 1 - The Art of Vinyasa Yoga and Sequencing (15 Hours) Saturday 10am to 6pm ( 1 hour for lunch, and 2 - 15 minute breaks) The History and meaning of 'Vinyasa Krama' What does 'sequencing' mean and how can we apply it to all styles of yoga? How to work toward a 'peak pose'. What are the different 'levels', and how can we best apply them for effective teaching and flowing, effortless lesson plans? The 'basics' of lesson planning, including the 'arc of effort' How to ensure that ALL levels of students are included and catered for. The physical considerations for safe sequencing. The importance of 'transitions' in yoga class planning. Sunday 10am to 6pm ( 1 hour for lunch, and 2 - 15 minute breaks) The meaning of 'Namaskar', and traditional sun and moon namaskaras, plus Jackie's own sequences that she has worked on over her many year's teaching vinyasa flow yoga. How to teach: Bhumi Namaskar (Honouring the Earth) Chandra Namaskar (The Moon) Surya Namaskar (The Sun) Agni Namaskar (Fire) Jala Namsakar (Water) Akasha Namaskar (Space) Shanti Namaskar (Peace) Tula Namaskar (Balance) Prana Namaskar (Life Force) Hridaya Namaskar (Love) And how to use the different sequences above in different seasons, throughout the class to support themes or peak poses, and to support different styles of yoga. Work throughout the weekend will be a mix of listening, practice, and group work. A sequencing work book and manual will be given to all attendees, including full lesson plans for the 10 namaskar's above. Weekend 2 - The Art of Theming, and the use of Myth and Metaphor Theming in yoga is an art form, it takes time, experience, and knowledge, and when used effectively, can catapult a yoga class into a truly amazing experience for the students. It is a great way to introduce the philosophy and history of yoga into asana based classes, as well as enhancing the meaning behind some of our most beloved postures! Saturday & Sunday 10am to 6pm (1 hour lunch and 2 - 15 minute breaks) What is 'Theming' in yoga? HOW can we implement it into classes? WHY does it make the teachings of yoga more effective? The history of asana, and why some of our postures have unusual names, and how we can use the very name of the pose as our theme. How effective theming can help in lesson planning, long term, making it much easier to plan classes well ahead of time. How to make philosophies RELATABLE to your students. Theming workshops and retreats. Themes covered will include: Yama and Niyamas from the Sutras The Rig Veda and the Churning of the Ocean of Milk Ganesh (Elephant Headed God) Shiva Shakti -The Goddesses The Chakras The 5 elements (Pancha Bhutas) The 5 winds (Pancha Vayus) The 5 layers (Pancha Koshas) Hanuman and Vayu Prana The Bhagavad Gita, Krishna and Arjuna Enlightenment The SELF (I am) How to use the above to create intelligent sequences, meaningful classes, exciting workshops, and unforgettable experiences for your students. The weekend will consist of story telling, asana practice, group work, and reflection. A full theming manual/workbook, including some of Jackie's favourite stories and lesson plans, will be given to all attendees. A certificate of attendance upon full completion of each weekend. Note, this will be a 30 hour CPD, however the weekends can be split into two if requested, and done independently of each other. Both weekends would be advisable to get the most out of the 4 days however. Total investment £375.00 Each weekend (if split) £200.00
Courses
Bookings for workshops and courses cancellation policy When booking for courses and workshops, please note that we can only provide a full refund (less a 10% admin fee) for cancellations made more than 28 days before the start date. For any other cancellations there will be no refunds or transfers unless your place can be filled from a waiting list, in which case we will refund the fee (less a 20% admin fee). If a course or workshop is cancelled you will be offered either a cash refund or the option of being transferred to an alternative event. Once you have committed to a course or workshop, we recommend that you attend the scheduled number of sessions to get the most out of the programme.
The Yoga Bank 2019 © All Rights Reserved. Website Design GC_Wood
Vinyasa Flow Sequencing & The Art of Theming CPD Module 7-8 September & 5-6 October 2019 10:00-18:00 each day Vinyasa yoga is often misunderstood. It is not just lots of chaturanga's or downward facing dogs sandwiched between lots of postures! Vinyasa Krama ('wise progression', to place in a special way, or 'to flow with grace') can be applied to ALL types of yoga, whether that be gentle, or yin or hatha, or pranayama, as well as life off the mat. WHY is sequencing important? Come and join Jackie as we work through many different ways to sequence ALL types of yoga, and 'flow with grace'. Weekend 1 - The Art of Vinyasa Yoga and Sequencing (15 Hours) Saturday 10am to 6pm ( 1 hour for lunch, and 2 - 15 minute breaks) The History and meaning of 'Vinyasa Krama' What does 'sequencing' mean and how can we apply it to all styles of yoga? How to work toward a 'peak pose'. What are the different 'levels', and how can we best apply them for effective teaching and flowing, effortless lesson plans? The 'basics' of lesson planning, including the 'arc of effort' How to ensure that ALL levels of students are included and catered for. The physical considerations for safe sequencing. The importance of 'transitions' in yoga class planning. Sunday 10am to 6pm ( 1 hour for lunch, and 2 - 15 minute breaks) The meaning of 'Namaskar', and traditional sun and moon namaskaras, plus Jackie's own sequences that she has worked on over her many year's teaching vinyasa flow yoga. How to teach: Bhumi Namaskar (Honouring the Earth) Chandra Namaskar (The Moon) Surya Namaskar (The Sun) Agni Namaskar (Fire) Jala Namsakar (Water) Akasha Namaskar (Space) Shanti Namaskar (Peace) Tula Namaskar (Balance) Prana Namaskar (Life Force) Hridaya Namaskar (Love) And how to use the different sequences above in different seasons, throughout the class to support themes or peak poses, and to support different styles of yoga. Work throughout the weekend will be a mix of listening, practice, and group work. A sequencing work book and manual will be given to all attendees, including full lesson plans for the 10 namaskar's above. Weekend 2 - The Art of Theming, and the use of Myth and Metaphor Theming in yoga is an art form, it takes time, experience, and knowledge, and when used effectively, can catapult a yoga class into a truly amazing experience for the students. It is a great way to introduce the philosophy and history of yoga into asana based classes, as well as enhancing the meaning behind some of our most beloved postures! Saturday & Sunday 10am to 6pm (1 hour lunch and 2 - 15 minute breaks) What is 'Theming' in yoga? HOW can we implement it into classes? WHY does it make the teachings of yoga more effective? The history of asana, and why some of our postures have unusual names, and how we can use the very name of the pose as our theme. How effective theming can help in lesson planning, long term, making it much easier to plan classes well ahead of time. How to make philosophies RELATABLE to your students. Theming workshops and retreats. Themes covered will include: Yama and Niyamas from the Sutras The Rig Veda and the Churning of the Ocean of Milk Ganesh (Elephant Headed God) Shiva Shakti -The Goddesses The Chakras The 5 elements (Pancha Bhutas) The 5 winds (Pancha Vayus) The 5 layers (Pancha Koshas) Hanuman and Vayu Prana The Bhagavad Gita, Krishna and Arjuna Enlightenment The SELF (I am) How to use the above to create intelligent sequences, meaningful classes, exciting workshops, and unforgettable experiences for your students. The weekend will consist of story telling, asana practice, group work, and reflection. A full theming manual/workbook, including some of Jackie's favourite stories and lesson plans, will be given to all attendees. A certificate of attendance upon full completion of each weekend. Note, this will be a 30 hour CPD, however the weekends can be split into two if requested, and done independently of each other. Both weekends would be advisable to get the most out of the 4 days however. Total investment £375.00 Each weekend (if split) £200.00
Courses
Bookings for workshops and courses cancellation policy When booking for courses and workshops, please note that we can only provide a full refund (less a 10% admin fee) for cancellations made more than 28 days before the start date. For any other cancellations there will be no refunds or transfers unless your place can be filled from a waiting list, in which case we will refund the fee (less a 20% admin fee). If a course or workshop is cancelled you will be offered either a cash refund or the option of being transferred to an alternative event. Once you have committed to a course or workshop, we recommend that you attend the scheduled number of sessions to get the most out of the programme.