Yoga Teacher Training Videos
Although there is much to discover by visiting our Yoga teacher training blogs and forums, many of our successful graduates have mentioned that their favorite resource is our video archives. If you are looking for a resource that addresses teacher issues, this is it. Within the video archives are over nine hours of lectures and demonstrations for many different teaching situations. The subjects vary from how to assist your students during Sun Salutations to asana modifications for students who have pre-existing injuries. Other points of interest are how to use props, how to safely challenge flexible students, how to practice mudras, and how to perform pranayama techniques.
By: Virginia Iversen, M.Ed Creating healthy habits can be difficult for many of us. Establishing a regular time to practice Yoga is one of the primary keys to benefiting fully from this ancient system of physical postures, pranayama exercises and meditation techniques. For instance, engaging in a thirty-minute practice several times a week, or even daily, will benefit you much more fully than [...]
Dr. Paul Jerard, E-RYT 500 (Director of Yoga Teacher Training: Aura Wellness Center) covers reasons a student would take an online Yoga course, such as: CECs (Continuing Education Credits), convenience of a remote location, and those with responsibilities which do not allow them leave what they are doing for a long period of time.
In this video Dr. Paul Jerard, E-RYT 500 from Aura Wellness Center covers: Watching a student's posture, balance, how competitive they are, focus, physical condition, and if they are locking their joins. All which are contributors to injury. Paying close attention to these attributes will avoid student injury.
Dr. Paul Jerard, E-RYT 500 speaks to you in this short lecture about the importance of proper alignment, making adjustments to students, and modifications with props in tree pose.
Dr. Paul Jerard, E-RYT 500 and Marie Jerard, RYT 500 show modifications for cobra, upward dog, and sphinx pose for Yoga teacher who are teaching students with wrist injuries.
Dr. Paul Jerard, E-RYT 500 and Marie Jerard, RYT 500 demonstrate modifications for Downward Dog, as well as how to use the chair as a prop. Perfect for those recovering from wrist injuries.