PEDAGOGY OF YOGA
HOW WE TEACH · HOW WE LEARN · HOW WE PRACTICE
Three Weekends of Continuing Education for Yoga Teachers
Facilitated by Morgan Andrews
PEDAGOGY OF YOGA is Studio 34’s new offering for anyone who teaches yoga or has completed a yoga teacher training. Each weekend will strengthen teachers’ abilities in three areas: communicating, sequencing and assisting. We will practice teaching yoga together and hone our skills through a curriculum of fun activities, provocative discussions and fully embodied learning. Each weekend is a stand-alone 20-hour module that includes three full asana and two extra pranayama classes, and trainees may sign up for one, two, or all three weekends to fulfill Yoga Alliance’sContinuing Ed Credential.
Weekend 2 • May 18–20
Sequencing a yoga practice can be as big as designing a curriculum of classes and as tiny as instructing an individual breath. It’s especially important in asana because our bodies need to warm up and get anatomically aligned before doing certain things. This weekend will break down principles of sequencing on every level, from how to put together a single pose, to safely organizing poses into a yoga practice.
$125/weekend if registered by April 16.
MORGAN ANDREWS has led both yoga classes and Theatre of theOppressed workshops at Studio 34 for 10 years. He has also taught for numerous schools and organizations, most recently at the Rotunda, Camp Common Ground inVermont, Bryn Mawr College, Widener University, Moore College of Art andDesign, and for the New Jersey Commission for the Blind and Visually Impaired.This year Morgan joins the faculty of the Institute for Somatics and SocialJustice and returns to teach the sequencing weekend for Studio 34’s annual YogaTeacher Training.