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Teaching Methodology: (April 9-11, 2021)


Having the ability to teach multiple styles of yoga and different levels of practitioners is key to being an effective yoga teacher. In teaching methodology we’ll explore a number of topics to help you find your voice and lead a class. Topics will include communication and group dynamics, establishing priorities and boundaries when you teach, addressing different levels of practitioners, the needs of individuals and populations in a group setting, and how students learn. We’ll also discuss what makes a good class and a good teacher, how to hold space for your students, and how to find your own teaching style.


April 9-11, 2021

Friday: St. Clair Happy Dog Yoga Studio, 7:15pm – 9:30pm
Saturday: Port Huron Happy Dog Yoga Studio, 11:00am – 7:00pm
Sunday: Port Huron Happy Dog Yoga Studio, 11:00am – 5:00pm


Practice Focus: Vinyasa Flow

You’ll learn about:

  • Finding your own voice and teaching style
  • Principles of demonstration and observation
  • The qualities of a yoga teacher
  • How to see bodies so that you can identify poses and practices that will work best with each individual student
  • Addressing the specific needs of individuals to the degree possible in a group setting with varying levels of practice experience
  • The differences between teaching private and group lessons


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