Teaching as Storytelling: Theming and Finding Your Voice (Part 2 of 2)
Knowing who you are as a yoga teacher is fundamental to knowing what you want to teach, how you want to teach it, and how to build your career around it. But...how do you know who you are?
In this workshop, learn simple techniques for figuring out exactly what it is you have to offer as a yoga teacher. From there, we can learn how to choose themes for our classes, build sequences around those themes, and craft intelligent articulate classes without talking so much we forget to teach the postures.
You’ll leave with a better sense of what you have to say and practical ways to say it. Boost your confidence, find your voice, and teach classes that are authentic to who you are as a teacher and as a person.
We will discuss, take notes,
practice simple languaging exercises, and move through a yoga class led
by Julie. This class is for yoga teachers of any level of experience who
would like to learn more about these topics. Taking Part 1 of this
course is recommended but not required. Valid for 5 hours of Yoga
Saturday, April 29th, 12:00-5:00pm
$150+tax for a single day before April 15th, $175+tax after
$275+tax for the full course before April 15th, $300+tax after (click here for the full course: https://oceanandcrow.frontdeskhq.com/pack_products/384494)
* There is one spot available for financial assistance in this course. Email email@example.com to inquire.*Refunds will be available with a $10 processing fee before April 15th. No refunds will be issued after April 15th.
Julie Peters is a writer, poet, and yoga teacher, and co-owns Ocean and Crow Yoga studio. She has taught all over Canada and the US. Julie is passionate about helping yoga teachers get more confident, happier, and more successful at what they do, especially through trainings and mentorship. This is her fifth year leading the Teaching as Storytelling course. She is the author of the book Secrets of the Eternal Moon Phase Goddesses: Meditations on Desire, Relationships, and the Art of Being Broken (SkyLight Paths 2016).