INTRO TO YIN YOGA -
The Practice of Yin Yoga is to cultivate a complimentary approach to your standard yoga practice.
The intention of this battery is to define, and understand the practice of what makes yin yoga “yin.”
ADVANCED & FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY
common misalignments and their ailments in yoga practice
Cultivation of postural assessment in order to support the students understanding of their own anatomical functional cues
advanced a&p and kinesiology
Polyvagal Theory and the sympathetic/parasympathetic nervous systems.
Kosha and fascia integration
Guided relaxation vs. Guided Meditation
INTEGRATION of THEME & ASANA
for effective and memorable learning experiences.
TEACHING ADVANCED POSES & ASANA-
Level 2 & 3 Sylllabus- Get the Skill and Awareness to perform, demonstrate and teach students to further their practice while you do in kind with your practice
VENUE: rockport inn and suits
Video call ins with Hilary/Marc and monthly video classes
Payment plan : $500 deposit and pay per quarter
10% Friends and prior student discount
SPECIFIC DATES 2020
to be determined
Marc St. Pierre is grateful to share his experience, skill, and passion as a teacher of Yoga. He has been doing so from Australia and Japan, to Germany and Belgium! Wanderlust, Yoga Aid, Maine Yoga Festival, Ram Dass's Maui Retreat are just a few of the events at which Marc had been invited to lead and share his love for yoga. As a teacher's teacher, and over 20 years experience. Marc excels in guiding his students in a potent yet humorous way to effectively experience the practice of yoga both on and off the mat. Marc teaches on the North Shore of Massachusetts and abroad.
Hilary Richard (ERYT 500) is a multi-modality skilled teacher who lives in Cape Ann. Her instruction inspires others to look at their own practice in a way that nourishes their particular body and needs. With a belief that teachers should not put out work that is one-size-fits-all only, she has done extensive research of the many variations in the body from ailments, bone/joint variation, etc. Hilary encourages her students to question everything, and to cultivate bodily intuition. Knowledge is power, and absolutism is ignorance. She has earned a lot of respect in the area through her thoughtful teachings.