CSPH 4313: Hatha Yoga Teaching Principles & Methodology

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This course is the third course in a sequence of three (3) courses in the University of Minnesota Yoga Teachers’ Education & Training Sequence. Students who complete the three courses A-F or S/N may be qualified to register with Yoga Alliance (YA) as a 200 hour Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT). Students who audit the course cannot use the course to be registered with Yoga Alliance. This course will provide students the opportunity to study communication and sequencing principles necessary for teaching effective, safe Hatha Yoga classes. Using knowledge and skills gained during the first two Hatha Yoga courses, students will develop skills to design and facilitate Hatha Yoga Asana, Pranayama, and meditation techniques. Students will have the opportunity to practice their learned skills through participation in Service Learning. prereq: CSPH 4311 Foundations of Hatha Yoga: Alignment & Movement Principles and CSPH 4312 Hatha Yoga Philosophy, Lifestyle, & Ethics

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