Are you already teaching flow sequences but need a little support, or perhaps you’d love to teach in a flowing style but not sure where to start?
As Flow teachers, we’re always looking for new ways to upgrade and inspire our creative sequencing. In this half day workshop we will look at building intelligent sequences that make sense and and can be fired up or dampened down depending on the length, level and nature of the class. Including:
- the building blocks
- warming up
- creating the flow
- transitions, waves, punctuation
- adding more complex variations and peak poses
- cooling down
This workshop will be invaluable for those who are already choreographing their own flows but feel they could use a little more inspiration, as well offering lots of ideas on how to get going for those who are just starting out.
You will be given tools, tips and useful advice gleaned from 20 years of experience in teaching a flowing style of yoga.
We will brainstorm, discuss and consider all aspects of the sequence
Handouts will be provided but bring a notebook too!!
£30 book your place here
Goldendoor Yoga Studio, Archway
Goldendoor Yoga studio is a bright, spacious, fully-equipped studio at:
39 Fairbridge Road
London N19 3EW
Tel: 020 7700 7428
Close to Archway Tube (Northern line) 6 mins walk or Upper Holloway Overground station 2mins walk.
Buses 17, 43, 271, 263.
- Concessions available on request.
- Please arrive at least 5 minutes early as latecomers may not be admitted once the workshop is underway.
- Maximum capacity 14
I feel solid with the upskills and sequences offered. Your studio is lovely and enjoyed the harmony of all participants. I’m so pleased to have attended
Very clear, thorough and relatable. A great mix of theory, practice and experience. This has given me confidence and desire to undertake more training with Dina
Truely excellent teaching creating a really lovely learning environment. Struck by the genuine personal insights for learning that come out of the course.
I found it really informative and inspiring. Looking forward to integrating some of these ideas into my regular classes
The balance between exploration and practice was just right. Enjoyable and very informative