Thanks for listening to J’s Podcast with me where we discussed safe models for learning.
You’re now invited to download my keynote speech given at the 2013 Australian Yoga Therapy Conference, titled The Art & Science of Teaching Yoga.
You may gain insights into the following topics:
- How to create a safe and fear-free environment that supports both the teacher and the student
- How to build teaching awareness so students are challenged and not overwhelmed
- How to encourage participation in learning
- What happens when safe techniques are filtered through unsound teaching models
- Cultivating your student’s inner reference system as a movement towards independence
- Developing a horizontal communication model
- Embodying acceptance and compassion as the base state for all interactions
The recording of this speech and the accompanying slide presentation PDF, are normally sold through our shop for a combined price of $25, but today they are yours free, simply complete this form.
You’ll also get access to two free sample chapters from my fifth book, the first in ten years. Pathways to a Centered Body: Gentle Yoga Therapy for Core Stability, Healing Back Pain, and Moving with Ease, co-authored with Leila Stuart, is due to be published mid-May this year.
This book has been described as . . .
Capturing the very essence of how to approach healing back pain with Yoga therapy and core stability. – Elise Miller
. . . clear, intelligent, and an easily absorbed guide with beautiful illustrations and photos . . . – Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen
. . . a bible for Yoga teachers, dancers and somatic practitioners. – Peter Appel
. . . this is embodied anatomy at its very best–a veritable treasure trove of tried and tested practices. Prepare to enter with one body and leave with another. – Lisa Petersen
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