YIN/RESTORATIVE AERIAL YOGA TEACHER TRAINING COURSE
with low hammock
with Camille Shakti (@camiyogair)
LET'S FLY INTO CALMNESS AND DEEPER STRETCHES!
Our graduate shares:
"Thanks so much this has been a brilliant course! Initially I was worried that doing it online would not be enough preparation for teaching but that was absolutely not the case and I feel fully confident that I will be able to help students to enjoy the freedom that aerial yoga brings! There was a huge ammount of detail but it was covered in a logical and easy to follow way. I can't wait to start teaching my Yorkshire yogis! Thanks again!"
Mary Cuthbert, UK
Deepen your aerial yoga practice at home or become an aerial yoga teacher! Join the CamiyogAIR Yin/Restorative Aerial Yoga Teacher Training Course with Low Hammock, accredited by Yoga Alliance as 50-hour Continuing Education!
You will learn over 130 different yin aerial yoga poses and variations using the silk/hammock, based on our unique CamiyogAIR aerial yoga method.
This course offers all the benefits and convenience of online instruction without sacrificing the personal touch of in-studio trainings.
Convenience, flexibility, and a comprehensive curriculum that can prepare you for students at every stage of their practice.
The course includes 85 video sessions, a comprehensive 100 page teacher training manual which is easy to follow, includes colour photos & descriptions and can be printed if you'd like a physical manual during your study or for reference later.
This is the third course in the series of upcoming courses and we invite students to work their way through all levels and specialities to become the best possible teachers:
*If you would like to pay through Paypal or Bank transfer, please contact me.
Who Is This For?
Yoga teachers who wish to offer yin aerial yoga classes
Students who love yin or restorative yoga and wish to know more about the yin aerial practice
Anyone who's afraid of heights, as in here we will use low hammock
Women during pregnancy
Anyone who has physical issues and can’t do regular aerial yoga
Experienced aerial yoga instructors looking for new information and ongoing training
Or simply for those who want to dive deeper into relaxation, improve flexibility and mobility of the body, sink into the meditation through the breath.
This course is designed for those who have finished my Level 1 course, yin aerial yoga course continues onwards from Level 1 so it is important you are familiar with my method, terminology, poses and entries that we previously covered plus anatomical information as well as teaching methodology, or simply to understand what I’m talking about/referring to, as we won’t cover that in this course and continue on adding up information. Please avoid skipping Level 1, as the fundamentals are most important if you want to become the best aerial yoga teacher or deepen your safe practice at home and to get the full experience of my courses.
You will Learn:
Yin/Restorative aerial yoga poses and variations
Learning about Yin and Restorative Yoga as well as main principles
Learning about Yin/Restorative Aerial Yoga
Theoretical and practical parts of yin aerial yoga including correct transitions into/out of asanas and variations
Key benefits of each pose
Progressions building up to more challenging postures
Common mistakes and how to avoid them
Adaption of the pose to various body types, health conditions, physical abilities
The structure of yin aerial yoga class
Teaching methodology of yin aerial yoga
Contra or Reverse Poses
Themes for Classes
System of the Chakras
Aerial Yoga Massages
INVEST IN YOUR EDUCATION TO THRIVE AS AN AERIAL YOGA TEACHER!
A great aerial yoga teacher is defined not by performing hard to copy breathtaking aerial yoga tricks or how wide their split is, but by knowing how to lead the class, how to adapt the pose to each person, how to react and solve critical situations quickly and safely, how to set new goals and reach them together and above all to inspire the students. In other words it's great being able to do epic tricks and being bendy but there is so much more to being a motivational and inspirational teacher. Our love for all things aerial yoga should drive us to share the excitement and chalenge with others but of course, as a teacher you should never forget your own practice and developing your skills. By continually growing you'll be able to share more!
After years of practice and experience in aerial yoga and teaching over 5,000+ hours of yoga classes, teacher training courses, workshops, retreats and gaining so much knowledge of teaching aerial yoga and meeting various people with different body types, health issues, injuries and facing challenging situations, I discovered how aerial yoga leads to improvement and can benefit everyone with whatever goals they have.
I felt that it was time to systematise everything that I’ve learned over the years and pass it on to others who desire to teach aerial yoga or further their own practice. I have spent time to develop my aerial yoga method where I was looking for a way to adapt a pose to each person, so that the pose would be accessible to everyone, also, putting emphasis on alignment, presentation of the class and the space you create as a teacher. When I started practicing aerial yoga, very few people were aerial yoga practitioners and little information was available, this encouraged me to search through my own practice in my studio with students and adapt ground-based yoga poses to aerial as well as creating unique sequences, transitions, Sun and Moon Salutations.
I lead aerial yoga classes, but also, courses for both: teachers, who want to teach and guide other people through aerial yoga magic, and those who want to deepen their practice at home. I have been running courses for over 7 years now and I am very happy to see how teachers are constantly improving and sharing the joy of aerial yoga with others. My aerial yoga teacher trainings are face to face intense 3-day-long course, mainly in Lithuania. But since I’ve released my online Aerial Yoga Teacher Training courses, I have reached out to you and other international aerial flyers worldwide and share the joy of aerial yoga! It took me 6 months of hard but enjoyable work to create this second course in between my aerial yoga classes, teacher trainings and online silk shop, but I’m very happy with how many of you have joined my first course and encourage me as well as inspired to keep on going and creating this Aerial Yoga Teacher Training course - Yin/Restorative with Low Hammock!
This course is Yoga Alliance certified. Yoga instructors currently registered with Yoga Alliance will be able to use this course for continuing education credits.
Upon completing the course quiz, you’ll receive a certificate of completion which can be submitted to Yoga Alliance for 50 non-contact hours of continuing education.