Yoga for Sports 15 hr Workshops and Yoga For Sports 60hr Training
Yoga For Sports – Level One – Weekend introduction 15 hrs program
Covers the basic concepts of Yoga For Sports and provides a foundation for working with yoga as an athlete or as a yoga teacher working with athletes.
Cost : 2950.00.
Key outcomes are:
Understanding and practicing healthy breathing, and breath practices for calming, and recovery
Key biomechanical alignment principles for safety in yoga and for sustainable training.
A tried and tested foundation asana sequence with modifications for tight sportspeople.
Yoga Breathing – Pranayama, the mind and entering flow state
An introductory, accessible meditation practice for beginners
Functional movement and injury prevention in Yoga
Yoga For Sports -Level two 60 hr immersion
This is a deeper immersion into the yoga for sports techniques and methodology. We build on the foundation of the short program and as such, some prior study of basic Anatomy and Physiology will be useful. This course refines the art of teaching for the needs of Athletes and takes a deeper dive into the anatomy of spinal posture, injury management, optimum joint function and 31 alignment keys.
It includes intermediate Yoga Breathing Techniques, Meditation and delves into yoga psychology and sports psychology.
Includes a supervised 6 week case study for Yoga Teachers to put into practice the lessons learned.
(5 day immersion or 6 single days)
Cost : R7900.00
A must for athletes, physiotherapists, biokineticists, yoga teachers and sports professionals. This cutting-edge training includes the most relevant and critical information in the field of Yoga for Sports.
- Yoga keys for competitive advantage in sports
- Breath-work for sports, respiratory fitness and VO2 Max
- Sports Injuries: how yoga compliments pre-hab and rehab
- How we learn. Conditioning, motor control, neuroplasticity and the role of yoga
- Designing specific yoga programmes for individual athletic performance
- Posture, optimum sports posture, and managing muscular imbalances.