BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//LAUREL BEVERSDORF - ECPv5.0.3.1//NONSGML v1.0//EN CALSCALE:GREGORIAN METHOD:PUBLISH X-WR-CALNAME:LAUREL BEVERSDORF X-ORIGINAL-URL: X-WR-CALDESC:Events for LAUREL BEVERSDORF BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:America/New_York BEGIN:DAYLIGHT TZOFFSETFROM:-0500 TZOFFSETTO:-0400 TZNAME:EDT DTSTART:20200308T070000 END:DAYLIGHT BEGIN:STANDARD TZOFFSETFROM:-0400 TZOFFSETTO:-0500 TZNAME:EST DTSTART:20201101T060000 END:STANDARD END:VTIMEZONE BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20200703T183000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20200705T183000 DTSTAMP:20200404T050203 CREATED:20190720T190920Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200402T114023Z SUMMARY:Dublin\, IRL | Yoga with Resistance Bands Teacher Training | @Hot Yoga Dublin DESCRIPTION:YOGA WITH RESISTANCE BANDS TEACHER TRAINING\nTraining Times: July 3rd: 6:30p-9p | July 4th – 5th: 9:30-5:30p\nMasterclass times: July 3rd: 7:00p-9p | July 4th: 11:00-1:00p | July 5th: 9:30-11:30p \nTraining Cost: €325 early bird (before June 3\, 2020) | €400 thereafter\nMasterclass Cost: €35 non members | €28 members \nENROLLMENT LINK COMING! \nBuild More Strength In the Practice You Love\nThe Yoga with Resistance Bands Teacher Training is designed to provide you with the practice and teaching know-how to integrate resistance bands into your yoga classes in a way that is fun and creative\, but that also  builds strength progressively. Each trainee will receive a comprehensive training manual. Additionally\, there are three masterclasses within this training that are open to the general public. \nWhy resistance bands?\nLogistically\, resistance bands are an accessible and effective strength-building tool to incorporate in group yoga class settings\, private sessions\, or for your own personal practice. When integrated effectively into a yoga class\, the constant tensile feedback from the bands provide the body’s nervous system with more feedback to generate more muscle tension\, but also to enhance proprioception. This can result in improved strength as well as improved motor control. Improved motor control is a proven way to decrease pain. \n \nThis training is for you if you…\n\nWant interesting\, fun\, and creative ways to build strength progressively within your yoga practice.\nRecognize that if your goal is to feel better in your body\, getting stronger may be a more effective way to do that than getting more flexible.\nDon’t like going to the gym and are looking for a way to bring strength work directly onto your yoga mat.\nWant to have more tools to work effectively with students who come to you with injuries and pain.\nWant to learn ways to make yoga more accessible and useful for different populations including elderly\, disabled\, pregnant\, or injured individuals while still offering them a challenging experience that you can scale according to their needs.\nWant to learn effective band arrangements\, sequencing techniques\, and cueing strategies for teaching using resistance bands.\nAre interested in approaching teaching yoga classes in a way that is guided by pain science and modern movement science. \nRecognize that adding resistance bands can not only help you add strength\, but also variety to your practice so that you are less likely to succumb to overuse injuries. \nAre interested in the ways resistance bands can enhance the sensory experience of practicing the asanas and make old poses new again.\n\nIn the Yoga with Resistance Bands Teacher Training you will:\n\nTake three full length Yoga with Resistance Bands workshops themed around a pose category – active hip openers\, arm balances\, backbends and inversions. All poses within the sequences will incorporate one or more resistance bands. The course manual included in the cost of the training includes images and descriptions of every pose.\nLearn the logistics of incorporating resistance bands in group classes and leave with the skills and knowledge for how to introduce them successfully to students of varying levels of strength and ability.\nIncorporate progression and regression strategies for skillful Yoga with Resistance Band class sequences that include knowledge around how to:\nIncrease and decrease external resistance of the bands (aka finding the right resistance for the person and task.)\nIncrease and decrease range of motion within poses to help students maximize stability and muscle force output (muscle tension.)\nChange pose orientation to regress\, progress or work new avenues of strength within poses and exercises.\nAdequately prepare the body for whole task exercises by deconstructing the exercise into part task skills.\nUnderstand how to maximize the benefit of using the resistance bands act as ‘external ligaments’ to provide feedback to students’ nervous systems. Learn effective cueing strategies and understand why certain band arrangements are helpful for learning certain tasks. \nStudy relevant anatomy and biomechanics principles as a means to better skillfully apply the addition of resistance bands to meet individual students’ needs.\n\n \nWho Can Take the Yoga with Resistance Bands Teacher Training?\nYou do not need to be a teacher to take and benefit from this training\, although having a dedicated movement practice\, like yoga\, Pilates\, fitness training\, martial arts or dance is helpful. \nCertificate of Completion and Continuing Education Credits\nI am a Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Provider. Students who complete this training will receive a certificate of completion. The training counts for between 16.5 continuing education credits for Yoga Alliance. \n URL: LOCATION:Hot Yoga Dublin\, Unit 5\, Block 4\, Burnell Green\, Northern Cross\, Malahide Road\, Dublin 17\, Ireland CATEGORIES:Live Workshops,Workshops & Teacher Trainings ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/png: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20200801 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20200803 DTSTAMP:20200404T050203 CREATED:20200314T140943Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200314T140943Z SUMMARY:Regressing\, Progressing\, and Customizing Poses DESCRIPTION:Workshop 1 – Saturday 8/1 8a-12p\nWorkshop 2 – Saturday 8/1 1p-5p\nWorkshop 3 – Sunday 8/2 8a-12p\nWorkshop 4 – Sunday 8/2 1p-5p\nPrice – TBD\n URL: CATEGORIES:Live Workshops END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20201003T080000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20201004T170000 DTSTAMP:20200404T050203 CREATED:20190704T183051Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200115T205557Z SUMMARY:Mill Creek\, WA | Yoga Balls\, Bands\, and Bliss Weekend of Workshops | @Yoga in the Center DESCRIPTION:YOGA BALLS\, BANDS\, AND BLISS\nOct. 3rd-4th\, 2020 \nWhole Weekend $230 by Sep. 3rd | $260 after Sep. 3rd \nIndividual workshops $65 by Sep. 3rd | $70 after Sep. 3rd \nSat\, 11:30-2:00p – Pigeon Pose Re-Imagined\nSat\, 3-5:30p – Shoulder and Neck Effervescence\nSun\, 11:30-2:00p  – Redefine Your Spine\nSun\, 3-5:30p – A Voyage Into Inner Space\nPigeon Pose Re-Imagined\nA more old school yoga approach to hip and low back pain was often to practice deep hip-opening postures like pigeon pose. However\, many very flexible\, long-time practitioners still experience SI joint pain\, low back pain\, and hip pain despite all this passive stretching. In this workshop\, you’ll learn preventative hip-strengthening strategies and exercises that will strengthen your hamstrings\, improve your low back stability\, and leave your hips and SI joints feeling strong and resilient. Experience how building hip strength using resistance bands can leave you feeling more flexible than before\, but with the strength\, power\, and poise to back it up. \nShoulder and Neck Effervescence\nDo you feel like you carry your to-do list in your shoulders and neck? Or\, no matter how much stretching you do\, certain areas feel tight all the time? Chronic tightness is often your body’s request for change. The good news is when it comes to movement\, the positive effects of change can sometimes be felt immediately\, especially when we address deficits in our “movement diet” and start introducing “load nutrients” our bodies need for deep support and balance. In this workshop\, you will use therapy balls to soothe stiff\, under-contacted regions around your shoulders and neck. Next\, we will load our shoulders in dynamic\, multi-planar patterns of movement with the help of resistance bands. Walk out feeling the effervescence of having moved in ‘all the ways’ your shoulders crave and having strengthened the deep stabilizers of your neck. \nRedefine Your Spine: Curves\, Spirals\, and Undulations\nToday yoga postures are often practiced in rectangular rooms on rectangular mats. It’s easy to forget that\, unlike the flat surfaces and perfectly straight lines of our external environment\, we are indelibly wave-like\, curvy\, and spiraled. ​In this workshop\, you’ll break free from grid-like movement and free your body of the rigidity and tension those repetitive patterns create. Get ready to explore movement in curving\, spiraled\, and undulating arcs. Beginning with self-massage using Yoga Tune Up® therapy balls\, we’ll unwind tension along the spine. Then\, with the enhanced sensory awareness of the body’s central axis of movement\, we’ll explore a variety of yoga postures\, interdisciplinary movements\, and somatic practices that help you reclaim fluid movement from your spine to your extremities. \nA Voyage into Inner Space: Self-Massage\, Conscious Breathing\, and Yoga Nidra for Profound Relaxation\nVoyage deep into inner space\, creatively engage with your breath and brain through self-massage and the external feedback of resistance bands and props. Explore the physiology of feeling through application of multimodal sensory feedback. Through various self-massage practices\, we will unbind the muscles of the rib cage\, upper back\, shoulders\, and abdomen and find freedom for the shape change required to breathe buoyantly. Partake in somatic practices to enhance strength\, control\, and capacity for volume change within the various breath abodes. Finally\, drop in deeply to a state of relaxed awareness through a guided practice of yoga nidra. This workshop will help you shed the stresses of your day-to-day life\, and renew your sense of innate peace\, steadiness\, and ease. \n  \n \n  \n URL: LOCATION:Yoga in the Center\, 15117 Main Street\, Mill Creek\, WA\, 98012\, United States CATEGORIES:Live Workshops,Workshops,Workshops & Teacher Trainings ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/png: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20201114 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20201116 DTSTAMP:20200404T050203 CREATED:20190704T172501Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200314T140420Z SUMMARY:New York\, NY | Connecting the Dots Between Motor Learning and Teaching Yoga | @YogaMaya 300hr Teacher Training DESCRIPTION:\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n \n\nDec 15\, 2019 | 12:30-6:30pm: Kinesiology For Seeing & Cuing Effectively\n\nBody of Knowledge: Kinesiology For Seeing & Cuing Effectively distills and synthesizes the most relevant information around the mechanics of human movement. The aim of this workshop is to provide trainees with general knowledge around the structure and function of some of the body’s major joints and how they co-order to allow whole body movement. Trainees will come away with a sharper intuition for observing their students posturally and while moving so they are equipped to more skillfully use props\, cuing\, and hands on assists all why knowing WHY they are making these choices. \nHands-on\, movement-centered learning governs the majority of time trainees will spend exploring these skills. \n\n\n\n\n\nThis weekend of workshops is only open to YogaMaya 300hr Teacher Trainees. To learn more about this training\, contact\n\n\n\n URL: LOCATION:YogaMaya\, 135 W 20th St\, New York\, NY\, 10011\, United States CATEGORIES:Body of Knowledge™,Live Workshops,Workshops & Teacher Trainings ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: GEO:40.7418675;-73.9955439 X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-ADDRESS=YogaMaya 135 W 20th St New York NY 10011 United States;X-APPLE-RADIUS=500;X-TITLE=135 W 20th St:geo:-73.9955439,40.7418675 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR