Learning about yoga is a never-ending process.
As a student, I continue to expand my knowledge about the physical practice, I study methodology, philosophy and other facets of yoga, shifting toward a more authentic and purposeful life.
In my trainings and courses, I share with you what I have learned, lived, and embodied with the intention to support you in your own personal journey.
In order to bring yoga to more people, to better understand and serve our students, and empower them to explore beyond the physical postures, we must dive into concepts of accessibility, inclusivity, and trauma. This course is specifically designed for yoga teachers who are ready to bring accessibility and inclusivity into their offerings and into the spaces in which they teach.
This course is packed with resources and practical tools on how to ensure your offerings are inclusive and accessible. You’ll learn how to adapt the physical practice of yoga to those with various disabilities. These include examples of seated, prone, and supine sequences, how to adapt Sun Salutations, how to incorporate adaptive and accessible components within a ‘regular’ Hatha or Vinyasa flow, plus a practice with an adaptive student.
You’ll learn how to ensure your cueing and language is inclusive, and how to make your workshops and retreats and the spaces in which you teach more accessible. You’ll understand how to adopt a holistic approach that empowers, supports, and inspires practitioners to explore and adapt the practice of yoga to their own unique needs, intentions, and lifestyle.
Practical ways to make yoga accessible
Learn how to adapt and make your classes, sequences, language and teaching spaces accessible and welcoming for those with different abilities, needs, ages and backgrounds.
Support, Empower & Inspire
Facilitate a holistic approach that empowers, supports, and inspires practitioners to explore and adapt the practice of yoga to their own unique needs, intentions, and lifestyle.