October 16, 2017 at triyoga in London.
recommended for teachers and practitioners that have received their 200-hr teaching certificate or have practiced for 5 years or more
core themes include:
– How to work safely and effectively with the hip joint.
– How to work with hip dysfunction, pain, and injury.
– How to practice and teach advanced level postures like Hanumanasana, Padmasana, as well as inverted versions of these postures—and their alternatives.
– How to understand and communicate the rotational action of the legs and hip-joints.
– How to work with knee dysfunction, pain, and injury.
– How to use the legs and hips safely in every category of posture.
– How the principle teachings of Buddhism relate to the principle teachings of the Yoga Tradition.
Each module can be purchased individually if you want to deepen your education but are unable to register for the entire teacher training course
The Weekend Workshop
Please note that the weekend workshop series from October 20 – 22, 2017 is part of the training curriculum. You are required to participate in this weekend workshop if you are doing the “Creating Space and Freedom: Hips + Legs” Module. There is no additional charge for the workshop series if you are doing this module and you will be automatically enrolled.
* * * If booking for more than one person, please do so by calling 020 7483 3344. Do not book via website or the second person will not appear on the roster. * * *
About Jason and his teaching
Jason Crandell, is a natural teacher and author with more than 15 years of experience. His accessible, grounded classes integrate the best elements of power yoga, anatomical precision and mindfulness teachings. Jason’s articulate, down-to-earth teaching will educate and empower you.
Named “one of the teachers shaping the future of yoga,” by Yoga Journal, Jason has been one of the most in-demand teachers at conferences around the world for over a decade. Considered a “teachers–teacher,” Jason has taught on countless teacher–training faculties, leads trainings globally, and regularly presents teacher training content at esteemed conferences. Jason was a contributing editor for Yoga Journal Magazine where he has published over 25 articles and created their original series of practice podcasts. His critical thinking skills will support you on your path of practice, teaching and self-inquiry.
Find out more at www.Jasonyoga.com and Facebook/JasonCrandellYoga