hañsa yoga Teacher Training®
hañsa yoga teacher training® is designed to support optimal movement performance and postural function with greater ease.
Through hañsa yoga® we will further develop an understanding of human movement and natural biomechanical rhythms.
hañsa yoga strips back developmental movement to its seed form to explore functionality, integration and balance from both an experiential and scientific prospective.
What you will learn …
As a teacher you will develop a greater understanding around what it is to flow which fully’s supports your students to appreciate their own natural flow patterns.
- As a teacher you will develop a greater understanding around what it is to flow which fully’s supports your students to appreciate their own natural flow patterns.
Students will also learn through this training that yoga is not about postures but transitions.
Learn and understand that how we move is the focus, and that any movement expresses our inner most motivations.
Start to understand the scientific aspects to body movement.
Students will appreciate that their natural rhythms are based upon circular relationships or mandala like shapes that speak of geometrical patterns that support structure and fluidity.
Students will also learn that all movement big or small starts and finishes from an internal prospective.
Students will also learn how to “body read” a process that assesses the mover and their habitual patterns.
Hañsa Yoga® is about developing a more organic approach to body movement and the practicing of yoga.
Students will learn hañsa nidra, a practice that fully supports the neurological developmental components that supports movement, awareness and balance.
Principles of hañsa yoga flow
- Midline – Consideration of the central and internal line of the core body that interconnects the head and tail. This connection is both adaptable and fluid which by nature integrates and distributes external and internal generated force equally throughout the body. This supports and links both the different regions that makeup our body and aligns their gravitational centres with each other that aids efficient movement and stability.
- Awareness – Understanding the multifaceted levels of awareness required to understand space and flow that coordinates bodily actions. We will expand both depth and field of attention that tiers movement and develops confidence.
- Breath – Utilising and understanding the breath as the centre of organising both awareness and activity.
- Linking the practice of intention, attention and action by expanding the concept of 3 dimensionality.
- Neuromuscular patterning, central point of expansion and contraction.
- Progression – Understanding, movement progression from developmental patterns. Purposefully creating inhibitory actions to contrast actions and expectations.
- Intention – Using intention to set both internal (physiological) and external (Structural) environments that expresses more properly our motivations.
- The art of sequencing – Expanding consequential awareness to learn the piecing together of movement
- Form Follows Function – Prospective of Asana from a functional appreciation of the body in movement.
- Simple – Understanding that simple enables to set the foundations of movement. Head, neck, thoracic and pelvis and their behavioural qualities.
- Balance – Creating a balance between the elements of effort, shape, movement, breath and space.