Anatomy. Bridging Theory with Physical Experience
Experience biomechanics first-hand while learning new exercises which can help you to to prevent physical complaints and offer your students the best support possible. Here the most up-to-date physiology of movement techniques are merged with the traditional practice of Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga.
Alignment - Breath Supported Movement with the Bandhalign® Method
Using the Bandhalign techniques you learn the art of maintaining harmonious alignment within the body, no matter what your position in space may be. In applying these techniques in your personal practice you will learn how to direct your energy effectively and develop a more embodied awareness of proprioception.
Yoga Therapy. Proven and Effective Techniques
Do you want to be able to offer individual support to your students? The exercises and techniques you will learn in the MTC have been proved effective as part of the AYInnovation Method, and will supply you with the tools you need to offer safe and effective exercises for your students. There are a range of solutions intended to meet your student where they are at the moment and target the specific area that they wish to work on.
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**AYI e-Learning access is not included in price. Completion of AYI e-learning assignments are required to receive credit towards teacher trainings and/or a certificate of completion.
Anatomy and Movement // Alignment // Breath, Bandha, Movement // Breath, Pranayama, Psyche // Foot & Ankle // Knee & Knee Joint Positioning // Hip & Pelvis // Back & Posture // Shoulder & Shoulder Girdle // Arm & Hand // Yoga and Personality // Yoga and Trauma // Yoga and Depression // Yoga for Seniors // Prenatal Yoga // Postnatal Yoga
Certificate: A certificate of completion helps you to demonstrate that you have specialized your knowledge in a certain area. The completion of the MTC and e-learning are building blocks which support your learning as part of your AYI® Teacher Training or, can also count towards continuing education credits for your current credentials.