Theming Teacher Training | VIRTUAL | 10 Hours
5 November 2022 | 10am–4pm | with Jennie Wadsten
This inspiring one-day workshop can be attended by anybody, as a stand-alone course or as an optional module on our 300-hour programme.
You will be required to do an easy homework around Theming and will get the opportunity to get some individual feedback and guidance from your assignment from Jennie.
Theming as a Yoga Teacher is a wonderful way to keep your classes inspiring for the students and interesting for you as well. Many teachers “sandwich” themes in at the beginning and end of the class, which is not as powerful as a class that seamlessly interweaves a theme throughout.
Learn to share the wisdom of yoga teachings through this workshop with long time teacher and lead Level 2 teacher Jennie Wadsten. Jennie teaches in an accessible and fun way and interactive way, encouraging yoga teachers to find their authentic voice and helping them to spread their yogic knowledge in a comprehensible, intelligent and useful way.
On this training, you will learn how to theme yoga classes in a way that is useful and inspiring for everyone.
We will cover:
- How to authentically find “your voice” when teaching
- How to incorporate theming into sequences and how to repurpose these themes
- Themes based upon different seasons or times of the year
- How to interweave your theme throughout the entire class
- Finding themes that resonate and are useful to your students “on and off the mat”
- Where to find inspiration for theming
- Verbal and non-verbal cues as a teacher to integrate your themes
Jennie fell in love with yoga in 1997 and has been teaching full time since 2005. She has hosted a variety of trainings and workshops worldwide including Nidra, Ashtanga, Vinyasa Flow, Yin, Meditation, Pranayama and Anatomy. She has completed a plethora of teacher trainings and continues in-depth studies with Josefin Wikström, Julie Martin, Josephine Selander, Heather Mason, John Friend, Paul Grilley, Melanie Cooper and more.
Jennie has specialist knowledge through studying psychology, psychiatry and social psychology on how yoga effects mental health and is a member of IAYT (International Association of Yoga Therapists).
For Jennie teaching is about helping others to cultivate breath, awareness, strength and joy and taking these teachings into everyday life and “off the yoga mat”. Her teaching style is warm, enthusiastic and encouraging, and contains an extensive knowledge of both biomechanics and fascia. She is passionate about how to make yoga safe, enjoyable, balancing for the nervous system and energising. Read Jennie’s full biography here.
The course has the following modules scheduled:
Saturday 5 November 2022 Day 1
10am–4pm | VIRTUAL