The right way to teach yoga to those with senior physiology and psychology
• Creating the proper sequence
• Use of a wall, chair, strap or towel to correct asanas
• Introducing ayurveda and marma points to seniors
Many instructors are unsure about how to teach yoga to those who have a fuller experience of life than themselves.
This workshop reveals how drawing on your experience as an instructor can lead to good results.
|Date:||December 6 (Saturday) 15:30 ~ 19:30|
|Venue:||Be Yoga Japan, 4F ORE Hiroo Building, 5-10-26 Minami-azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo (see Google Maps)|
|Fees:||¥14,000 (Trainee discount: ¥12,500)|
ABOUT THE TEACHER
- Yoga Alliance Registered Yoga Teacher
- Certified ISHTA Yoga Instructor (E-RYT500)
- Stott Pilates Certified Instructor
- Instructor Training Course Senior Teacher
In 1985, Chiharu got her start in the world of fitness as an aerobics instructor. While working as an instructor at a sports club in 1992, she broadened her knowledge of fitness by extensively studying a wide range of techniques and approaches. She is well versed in areas such as aerobic exercise, resistance training, water aerobics, stretching, yoga, reflexology, and PNF stretching. Using her knowledge and experience, she has worked in Tokyo, Osaka, and Nagoya as a chief training instructor, and as part of a program development and planning group creating new exercise programs and training instructors. In 2002, she began working independently in Tokyo.
“While studying about the structure of the human body, working, and teaching, I realized I wanted to continue teaching and to continue expanding my knowledge. That desire is realized in yoga and pilates. Currently I teach private yoga and pilates lessons, yoga group lessons, and conduct yoga instructor training. Yoga’s biggest appeal for me is the breath control and meditation techniques. What I particularly like about ISHTA Yoga is the way it combines your physical body, breathing techniques, and meditation to allow you to experience your body, mind and spirituality in different ways. I think it is important to conduct classes using simple, easy-to-understand language. I am looking forward to meeting you!”
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