Advanced Sequencing: Dosha Flow
Ayurveda for Yoga Teachers with Julia Clarke
Yoga’s sister science, Ayurveda, teaches of using foods and herbs as medicine to balance different body types and seasons, but yoga asana too can be approached as a way to retain inner harmony instead of adding to depletion and stress. This training explores Tridosha theory as it pertains to seasons and body types, and is based on the foundational concept of “vishesha,” or balancing with opposites, to approach your class sequencing according to weather, season, world events and modern lifestyle. Learn how to tailor your sequencing to tame the high winds of anxiety, ignite the heaviness of a static lifestyle and cool the heat of stress and cultivate sustainability in your teaching and practice. At the root of this Yoga & Ayurveda training is the understanding that not all yoga practices are created equally, and different bodies, minds and seasons require distinct yoga practices to establish and sustain balance.
This knowledge takes your sequencing to all-new levels of sensitivity and provides your students with a resource whose power is recognizable in their day-to-day lives.
This training counts for 20 hours of Continuing Education Units for Yoga Alliance. Though it is tailored to yoga teachers, it is also open to dedicated yoga practitioners interested in a home practice.
Dates: May 5-6, 2018
Times: 8:00am – 6:00pm Saturday & Sunday
Cost: $325 prior to April 6 (Earlybird) or $395 after April 6 (Regular)