The dialogue will always be your greatest tool. However given the time limitations within a class, workshops provide an excellent platform for expanding on and further clarifying the complexities of the 26 and 2.
I really do understand that it is not possible to give all the information required during a class. You would agree that the dialogue can only go so far in providing information whereas the workshop has the capacity to expand ones knowledge base quite quickly.
I was given permission by Bikram to conduct workshops back in 2007. Since then I have travelled throughout Australia and abroad conducting posture clinics and workshops.
My workshops and clinics are light, educational and fun for all. I am confident your students from new to old will benefit from my extensive knowledge of the 26/2.
I am versed in delivering a variety of different styles of clinics. I’ve put together below some working ideas as a foundation to build the ideal clinic for your studio.
Contact me for details as to how we might customise a workshop for you.
3 hour session. (Standing series or floor series)
Start time 12:30pm
12.30pm- 1:45pm Introduction and postures
1:45pm – 2:00pm short break
2:00pm – 3:30pm postures and Q&A and general yoga topics
I then teach the next afternoon class highlighting things we talked about in the clinic. Admission to the posture clinic includes admission to the class.
Full day 6 hours (Standing series in the morning and floor series in the afternoon)
Start time 9:30am (or after your regular morning class)
9:30am – 10:30am standing series postures
10:30am – 10:45am short break
10:45am – 12:00m standing series postures
12:00pm – 12:45pm lunch
12:45pm – 2pm floor series
2:00pm – 2:15pm short break
2:15pm – 3:15pm floor series and Q&A and general discussion.
I then teach the next afternoon class, highlighting the topics discussed during the clinic. Admission to the posture clinic includes admission to the class.