Student Learning Objectives

Upon successful completion of a WSY 200hr training, each student will be able to demonstrate the following learning objectives.

 

Techniques:

 

  1. Demonstrate an ability to perform asanas, pranayamas, meditation and shatkarma techniques as taught.

  2. Demonstrate an understanding of the energetic and physical aspects of asanas, pranayamas, meditations and shatkarmas as taught.

  3. Demonstrate an understanding of essential contra-indications and benefits of asanas, pranayamas, meditations and shatkarmas as taught.


 

Philosophy:

 

  1. Describe each of the eight limbs of yoga.

  2. Identify, describe and demonstrate an understanding of key principles of the yoga sutras.

  3. Describe each Ayurvedic dosha and demonstrate an understanding of the gunas.

 

Anatomy:

 

  1. Demonstrate an understanding of anatomical terminology, and its relevance as a yoga practitioner.

  2. Describe the 11 systems of the body and how they interrelate, what a sattvic state means for each system, and the yoga practices that contribute to this.

  3. Demonstrate an understanding of structure and function of the body, how this can differ from body to body, and what may contribute to these differences.


 

Art of teaching:

 

  1. Demonstrate an understanding of the four tools of teaching yoga.

  2. Construct an effective sequence for a specific style to teach a ninety minute yoga class.

  3. Be able to use a variety of cues and terminology while teaching.

  4. Have a sense of structure, flow, and method while teaching.  


 

Practicum:

  1. Teach various styles of Surya Namaskara (Sun salutations) 

  2. Teach a ninety minute yoga class.

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