Preventing Injury & Hands on assist with Kate Ellis
Saturday 17th November 2018
Includes lunch, (provided by the amazing Tanya from Knife and Fork) snacks and herbal teas.
Join senior yoga teacher Kate Ellis for a day devoted to the art of teaching. This weekend is designed specifically to help teachers and trainees develop their teaching skills and gain confidence in their ability to manage common issues and prevent injury whilst teaching. During our time together, we’ll cover:
Body reading and anatomy
Touch and adjustments
Common issues and how to support them
There will be plenty of time to explore personal practice and for questions you may have about any aspect of teaching, including questions about postures, the art of teaching, adjusting, and how to support students who present with a range of common injuries and issues.
Suitable for all teachers and teacher trainees and newly qualified teachers who have questions and would like to refine their teaching skills.
About the Teacher
Kate is a senior teacher at triyoga and longstanding faculty member of their Teacher Training programme and has been teaching for over 15yrs. Her experience of receiving one-to-one yoga for over ten years and her 20 year practice in Thai Yoga massage had a profound effect on her understanding of structure and energy and revealed the importance of having a constant guide in the unfolding process of yoga. More recently her practice has gravitated towards exploring the mental and emotional body and she has trained as an Embodied Relational Therapist (a form of body psychotherapy). She now practices a synthesis of approaches in her private practice in Brighton and London.
Limited spaces to ensure a personal teaching experience
Cpd points= tbc