Facilitator - Shri. Vivek Tiwari
29th & 30th June 2020 | 4.30 pm to 6.30 pm
Why this workshop?
- As a Yoga Professional/ Teacher/ Therapist, one should know, how to read posture and mind of the students. If you don’t know postural defects and physical capacity of the student, how can you decide the line of Yoga practices?
- For that, “Postural Analysis” is a key point to understand the capacity and defects of the student.
- By understanding concept of ‘Core Connections’ and ‘Core strengthening’ you can protect you and your students from injuries.
- To practice Asana, flexibility is not the only consideration, but one needs to understand the concept of strength and stamina also.
Key points –
- Learn Postural Analysis
- Understand core connection
- Understand the concept of flexibility, strength and stamina
- Protect yourself and your students from injuries
- Progressive advancement of Asana with body mind coordination.
- Classical principles with anatomical understanding.
- Yoga professionals/ teachers/ therapists will learn the technique of postural analysis, to understand the physical and postural defects of the students.
- Learn how to improve strength and stamina through core connections and how to protect yourself and your students from possible injuries.
About Facilitator –
- Shri. Vivek Tiwari is highly educated and experienced Yog Acharya of Kaivalyadham Yoga Institute, Lonavla.
- He is practicing Yog since more than 24 years and teaching Yog since 21 years. He also conducted workshops in various National and International Yog Conferences.
- More importantly, he conducted Yog awareness programs in various schools in the rural areas.
- He was selected as a Yoga Teacher (Ambassador) through Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR), Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India, and was deputed to Uganda and Rwanda for the celebration of first International Day of Yoga in June 2015.
- Recently he was deputed in the Consulate General of India, Saint Petersburg, Russia from April 2016 to July 2018 as a Yoga Teacher through ICCR, Government of India.
- He is always trying to spread Traditional Yoga Culture of Kaivalyadhama in a scientific way.
4.30 to 5.00 pm – Introduction and importance of core connections.
5.00 to 5.30 pm – Introduction of important joints and muscles utilized during Asanas
5.30 to 5.40 pm – Break
5.40 to 6.00 pm – Different terms of movements of spine and joints
6.00 to 6.30 pm – Practice of some Asanas with understanding of connections
Day 2 –
4.30 to 5.00 pm – Introduction and importance of Postural Analysis
5.00 to 5.30 pm – Practical of Postural Analysis
5.30 to 5.40 pm – Break
5.40 to 6.15 pm – Asana Practice with progressive/ intensive modifications
6.15 to 6.30 pm – Question and Answer session
Please pay and book your spot through the link above. We will send you email instructions with credentials post registration.
Recordings will be provided for a duration of 7 days, post workshop.