Yoga anatomi med Stu Girling

Välkommen till ett fantastiskt tillfälle att dyka djupare in i din yogapraktisering och fördjupa din anatomikunskap med Stu Girling (UK). Du behöver inga förkunskaper för att delta.
Stu har lärt ut yogarelaterad anatomi de senaste 7 åren både på teachertrainings och internationella workshops. I hans workshops läggs mycket fokus på individen, hur vi kan fårstå vårt eget rörelsemönster och eventuella begrönsningar och hur vi utifrån det kan jobba för att undvika skador och istället skapa balans i våra kroppar. Han undervisar med mycket humor och glädje och vi är så stolta och glada över att han vill gästa oss i september. Missa inte detta tillfälle!
Du kan välja att gå båda dagarna eller en, du kan oxå välja att lägga till morgonyoga med Linda fredag till söndag.

 

Fredag 20/9
17.30-20.00 introduktion & ledd Ashtanga yoga hela första serien med Linda

Lördag 21/9
07.30-09.30 ledd ashtanga grundläggande ställningar sedan mysore med Linda
09.30-10.00 frukost (lätt snacks ingår, eller ta med frukost)
10-12.30 Anatomy workshop with Stu: Arm balance workshop
12.30-14.00 lunch (ingår ej)
14.00-17.00 Anatomy workshop with Stu: Spine, SI joint, backbending and twists

Söndag 22/9 – anatomy workshops with Stu sunday is for yoga teachers only
07.30-09.30 ledd ashtanga grundläggande ställningar sedan mysore med Linda
09.30-10.00 frukost (lätt snacks ingår, eller ta med frukost)
10.00-12.30 anatomy workshop with Stu: Breath workshop
12.30-14.00 lunch (ingår ej)
14.00-17.00 anatomi workshop with Stu: personal trainingskills for yogateachers

Pris:
Anatomi workshop med Stu 1000:-/ dag (obs söndagens workshops med Stu är för dig som är yogalärare)
Yoga med Linda fred-sönd 450:- (ingår om du har vårt årskort)
OBS: sista anmälningsdag är 21/8, din anmälan är bindande.

Arm Balance Workshop
Arm balances can be fun and exciting to play with even if they are not part of your normal practice. They build strength, co-ordination and focus but they can also put pressure on the wrists and shoulders if we are not ready for them. In this workshop we will take an anatomical look at the skills, proficiencies and ROM we require, before exploring the technical detail of how to perform the different arm balances. There will be a large percentage of practical experimentation with the exact content being tailored to suit the general ability of the class. Instead of handstands will be looking to include: Bakasana, Parsva Bakasana, Koundinyasana A and B, Eka Pada Koundinyasana, Eka Pada Galavasana, Astravakasana, Grasshopper, As well as a variety of lifts

Spine, SI joint, Backbending and Twists:
It is not uncommon for students to feel a degree of discomfort when performing backbends or when embarking on taking on some of the more challenging foot behind head postures. By understanding the construction of the spine and the surrounding muscles it becomes evident as to the types of movements that it is designed to perform in certain areas as well as the potential mechanism of injury. We clarify the common spinal injuries such as herniated and bulging discs as well as discuss the possible causes of SI Joint pain. The groups of postures discussed and explored practically are backbends and twists, and the importance of the integration of movements at other major joints of hips and shoulders will be demonstrated. We will endeavour to during the course of the workshop to allow students to determine where their own restrictions are and how to work with them. For those students that feel they are already too mobile we will look at how to build strength and stability.

Breath Workshop
I don’t think that anyone would argue that the breath is a central theme in Yoga and that it may influence us profoundly on many different levels both on the mat and in everyday life. In this workshop we will start by exploring the mechanics of breathing, looking at both the internal workings and the visible external shape changes to the ribcage and belly. From there we can easily then apply those concepts to asana. We will also consider how breath influences the nervous and circulatory systems, the effects of manipulating the breath when doing various pranayama practices and play with the various options when linking movement and breath.

Personal Training Skills for Yoga Teachers
Using yoga anatomy to enhance the quality and effectiveness of personal yoga programs
This workshop is designed to provide the skills necessary for teachers to be able to tailor yoga programs to the needs of their personal clients. We are not talking Yoga Therapy but instead the ability to assess and determine how best to progress your student in the direction they desire or require.It is clearly evident that we are not all made the same and along with that comes differences in strength, flexibility, endurance, psychology and much more. To raise the quality of your teaching and deliver the best programs for your students you need to be able to make informed decisions about where they are now and what is required to take them to the next level. By providing specific skills in the following key areas this workshop aims to assist you in becoming a more professional and effective teacher:

  • Foundation in evaluating asana (postures)
  • Basics in body reading
  • Determining strength and restrictions in clients
  • Progressions and working with restrictions
  • Practical implementation of concepts
  • Guidelines on beneficial sequencing and program requirements

About Stu:
Stuart has been teaching yoga related anatomy for years both on teacher trainings and international workshops. He has been practicing yoga for 15 years, and has completed a Yoga Alliance accredited 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training with Gregoe Maehle and Monica Gauci. For the last 10 years has been offering Therapeutic Bodywork exclusively for yoga practitioners. Stuart is the founder of the popular website loveyogaanatomy.com and has taught on both Ashtanga and Vinyasa based teacher trainings including ones run by Matthew Sweeney, Yoga Arts, Elton Yoga, Brahmani Yoga.

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