What we will cover:
Learn to feel more confident with hands on touch and adjustments in order to offer relaxing, safe and supportive touch to your students. Ashley Brodeur, founder of Feelosophy Yoga will cover the importance of touch, safety and consent surrounding touch, how to protect yourself when offering touch, and will also cover scents/aromatherapy and how to incorporate them into your teaching. You will gain hands on experience with touch, adjustments and techniques for common yoga poses.
WHO is this for:
This is a great course if you are a yoga teacher wanting to learn or practice your adjustment techniques, or for students interested in learning more about touch.
This training is registered with the Yoga Alliance Continuing Credits. It is good for 10 hours; 7 contact hours with 3 hours of practice to be done after the course and a feedback form to be filled out by their volunteer students.
Price: $325 CAD + tax
ADDITIONAL WORKSHOP FOR TORONTO TRAINING:
Yoga for All. Yoga for Everybody. Kula. You’ve heard the catch phrases. But what does this really look like in application? How inclusive are our yoga and wellness spaces? Are they really spaces for everybody? As more and more diverse communities engage in yoga and wellness spaces, it is becoming increasingly important to ensure that these spaces are welcoming and inclusive and accessible.
Expand your practice with this mini workshop that will in assist you creating an inclusive and accessible yoga practice. In this mini workshop, led by Beckah Price (Feelosophy Toronto teacher), you will:
Learn about the impact of race based trauma on diverse communities.
Explore the importance of engaging and including diverse populations within yoga and wellness spaces
Create understanding of the importance of building a yoga practice within an anti-oppression framework.
Receive tangible tools to use to enhance your skills as a yoga teacher when interacting with diverse communities.
ABOUT BECKAH PRICE:
Beckah Price is a wellness advocate and yoga instructor, that draws on her wealth of knowledge of working in underserved, marginalized, radicalized, and immigrant communities. After completion of her yoga teacher training, Beckah began teaching yoga in marginalized communities as a way to make the practice of yoga and mindfulness more accessible to those who typically are not included within mainstream wellness spaces. With over 18 years in the not-for-profit sector as a Community Development and Engagement Specialist, Beckah Price is using her unique expertise to bridge and address the gap of diversity in the wellness industry. In 2016, Beckah founded irise yoga + wellness as a way to connect, promote and foster the inclusion of people of colour in yoga and wellness spaces.
This workshop is included in the Toronto Training, but if you would like to attend without doing the training, this will run from 3-5pm on March 3rd, at a price of CAD$30. We value Beckah’s expertise and feel it is integral that we pay her for her work. Sign up for either training and/or workshop below.