A New Pedagogic Model for Teaching Yoga

$40.00

3 Part Series
Pedagogy refers to the science or art of teaching and education. How we teach, what we teach and the value we wish to communicate through our Yogic teaching are all heavily influenced by our pedagogic model. This 3-part lecture goes into greater depth than the audio The Art & Science of Teaching Yoga.

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Pedagogy refers to the science or art of teaching and education. How we teach, what we teach and the value we wish to communicate through our Yogic teaching are all heavily influenced by our pedagogic model. Unfortunately, for many teachers the pedagogic model with which they are working remains largely unconscious and thus their teaching has no clear navigational system from which to plan classes and assess the effectiveness of those classes. A conscious pedagogic model underlies the very way in which we communicate our core values to our students.

Topics include

Creating a safe learning environment; Understanding what it means to Educate; Education Threshold; Active Involvement versus Passive Intervention; Cultivating Inner Reference Systems versus External Reference Systems; Moving from Dependence to Independence, Horizontal Communication models, Working with Deduction versus Presumption and the role of acceptance and compassion in guiding the whole student.

This seminar is the basis of Donna Farhi’s 21-day Yoga Teacher Training program and up until now has only been available to students studying directly with her. Her teacher training programs have had long wait lists, so this is a unique opportunity to get an inside view into what has made Donna one of the most sought after guest instructors in the world.

Please note: These audio recordings are supplied as mp3 downloads [13.9Mb, 16.2Mb and 17.5Mb]. If you have any problems downloading them:
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