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Yoga Teacher Development – TD Seminars
Taking the next step – Intermediate Junior Certification Series – Methodology & Practice
Aimed at participants that are already certified in Iyengar Yoga with the goal of enhancing life-long learning. These formal seminars include both practical and experiential learning as well as theory, and also include preparations for higher levels of Iyengar teacher qualification.
”These sessions really helped me get fired-up, focused & ready for the next level of assessment…”
“The challenges of working towards a higher level of qualification on your own is something many of us face; juggling teaching & practice etc. I found the TD sessions clarifying and really assisted with my focus – also it was enjoyable being with other teachers who are on the same path…”
“I must say that when I started thinking about the Intermediate Junior series of certification I was a little daunted, but joining Peter’s TD sessions made the next step seem possible… I feel inspired to put in the work now!”
The Yoga Teacher Development or TD seminars assist the development of experience within the yoga class environment through:
- offering more effective methods of teaching by increasing knowledge and development of practice
- the demonstration of clarity in instruction
- personal development such as teaching presence and class control
- developing keener insight to student alignment and thus improving the ability to correct
- addressing issues with certain asana groups associated with assessment sequences
Teacher Development Seminars with Peter Scott
Designed to assist certificated Iyengar Yoga teachers further their development in the teaching & practice of Iyengar Yoga.
Next Available: 2017 – TBC
Peter also offers informal and individualized programs of professional development via mentoring and personal coaching. Inquiries welcome
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