The short answer is... YES!
This course is a comprehensive, information-rich, practical training that will help you expertly teach slow yoga. It has more than 23 hours of video lessons including 10 full length classes. You will learn how to teach slow yoga for brain optimization, nervous system resilience building, and to deepen self-awareness. You’ll learn how to make yoga accessible with many different variations of different categories of postures including lateral bends, extensions, forward bends, twists, inversions and what I like to call “micro-asanas.”
The Science of Slow™ is a shorter course about specific health challenges that may benefit from slower practices including fatigue, anxiety, depression, chronic pain, and body image/weight management. It includes about 90 minutes of lectures and 90 minutes of practice, plus a PDF of the slides and a bonus eBook.
The Yoga and Neuroscience Connection™ is an in-depth training about the neuroscience that underlies the 8 Limbs of Yoga system. It includes about 3 hours of practice video and about 6 hours of lecture, plus PDFs of all the slides, a workbook, quizzes, 2 bonus eBooks, and a bonus printable cartoon.
If you are primarily interested in how yoga benefits the brain and body, then The Yoga and Neuroscience Connection™ is a great place to start. If you are also interested in learning a few techniques for specific health challenges, then The Science of Slow™ will be an excellent counterpart to your learning and addition to your knowledge base with some sample ideas about how slow practice can help.
The Subtle® Yoga Revolution Online Teacher Training will help you to create your own, exquisite sequences that create profound, beneficial effect on your students’ nervous systems.