Location: The Prancing Peacock
Date: Sunday December 2, 2018 9-5pm
Deepen your relationship to your breath and learn how to share the basic foundations of the Pranayama practice with your students. The fourth limb of Patanjali’s 8-limbed practice, Pranayama is considered to be more advanced than Asana and requires that the practitioner be firmly situated in the art of relaxation and awareness in order to begin. On this training day teachers will learn how to set up simple supported relaxation poses recommended for breathing as well as how to practice and teach observation of the breath and connection to the subtle body. Once relaxation is established, teachers will learn finer points of technique for practicing and teaching a handful of Pranayama breathing exercises and Kriyas as well as how and when they should be introduced in the classroom setting
*This is a part of the core requirements of the 300hr Teacher Training at Prancing Peacock but is also available as a stand-alone workshop for all 200RYT's with certification from any program. This qualifies as 8 CE credits with Yoga Alliance. Space is limited for outside sign ups!