With Rocky Heron & Noah Mazé

If you wish to understand more about the methodologies of vinyasa yoga, gain new insight and skills for your own practice, continue your development as a teacher and expand your offerings, this course is for you. Whether you are a new teacher of vinyasa, or an experienced pro looking to refine your practice and recharge your creativity, there is much and more for you to learn in this twelve-hour course.

In these 11 sessions, Noah guides you through a thorough and systematic education in the practice and teaching of vinyasa yoga. Noah’s understanding and organizational synthesis of vinyasa methodology is gleaned from over three decades of study and practice and over two decades of teaching, in collaboration with Rocky Heron and others. The flow of this course intersperses pairs each lecture-style session with a practice-based vinyasa class to maximize your learning. In this course you receive:

  • 11 vinyasa classes to practice, each class follows and exemplifies the corresponding lecture.
  • We recommend that you take the course in order the first time, then mix and match the sessions however you like, based on what you need in your practice and/or what you are working on in your teaching.

In these 11 sessions, you will learn:

  • Definitions, origins and organizational principles of vinyasa yog
  • A practical and adaptable vinyasa sequencing templat
  • Room set up and efficient prop management
  • How to ease your students in and create a flow state of awarenes
  • How to juggle pose timings, vary tempo and create rhythmic consistenc
  • Skillfully balance dynamic movement and static hold
  • How to asses your students’ capacities and respond to what is neede
  • Many ways to consciously and skillfully use repetition, repetition, repetitio
  • How to build a sequence in waves, adding further layers upon what has already been establishe
  • How to instruct and guide pranayama, bandha, drshti
  • Artfully pair breath and movemen
  • Create instructional scripts for rhythmic breath-based teachin
  • Effective demonstrations in vinyas
  • How to teach Surya Namaskar A and Surya Namaskar B
  • How to sequence and teach vinyasa to beginner classes, to intermediate/mixed-level, to advanced student
  • How to teach transitions
  • Creative sequencing strategies for Surya Namaskar C, D, E
  • How to regress poses and movement and effectively teach them in vinyasa classe
  • How to appropriately progress poses and movement to challenge experienced student
  • 108 ways (give or take) to teach Chaturanga Dandasan
  • How to skillfully sequence inversions into the flow; handstand, forearm balance, headstand, shoulerstand
  • Peak pose sequencing for Urdhva Dhanurasana (Upward Bow/Wheel Pose) and other backbend
  • Peak pose sequencing for Svarga Dvijasana (Bird of Paradise
  • Dynamic sequencing strategies for seated poses and arm balance
  • How to teach jump backs and jump throughs

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If you wish to understand more about the methodologies of vinyasa yoga, gain new insight and skills for your own practice, continue your development as a teacher and expand your offerings, this course is for you. Whether you are a new teacher of vinyasa, or an experienced pro looking to refine your practice and recharge your creativity, there is much and more for you to learn in this twelve-hour course.

In these 11 sessions, Noah guides you through a thorough and systematic education in the practice and teaching of vinyasa yoga. Noah’s understanding and organizational synthesis of vinyasa methodology is gleaned from over three decades of study and practice and over two decades of teaching, in collaboration with Rocky Heron and others. The flow of this course intersperses pairs each lecture-style session with a practice-based vinyasa class to maximize your learning. In this course you receive:

  • 11 vinyasa classes to practice, each class follows and exemplifies the corresponding lecture.
  • We recommend that you take the course in order the first time, then mix and match the sessions however you like, based on what you need in your practice and/or what you are working on in your teaching.

In these 11 sessions, you will learn:

  • Definitions, origins and organizational principles of vinyasa yog
  • A practical and adaptable vinyasa sequencing templat
  • Room set up and efficient prop management
  • How to ease your students in and create a flow state of awarenes
  • How to juggle pose timings, vary tempo and create rhythmic consistenc
  • Skillfully balance dynamic movement and static hold
  • How to asses your students’ capacities and respond to what is neede
  • Many ways to consciously and skillfully use repetition, repetition, repetitio
  • How to build a sequence in waves, adding further layers upon what has already been establishe
  • How to instruct and guide pranayama, bandha, drshti
  • Artfully pair breath and movemen
  • Create instructional scripts for rhythmic breath-based teachin
  • Effective demonstrations in vinyas
  • How to teach Surya Namaskar A and Surya Namaskar B
  • How to sequence and teach vinyasa to beginner classes, to intermediate/mixed-level, to advanced student
  • How to teach transitions
  • Creative sequencing strategies for Surya Namaskar C, D, E
  • How to regress poses and movement and effectively teach them in vinyasa classe
  • How to appropriately progress poses and movement to challenge experienced student
  • 108 ways (give or take) to teach Chaturanga Dandasan
  • How to skillfully sequence inversions into the flow; handstand, forearm balance, headstand, shoulerstand
  • Peak pose sequencing for Urdhva Dhanurasana (Upward Bow/Wheel Pose) and other backbend
  • Peak pose sequencing for Svarga Dvijasana (Bird of Paradise
  • Dynamic sequencing strategies for seated poses and arm balance
  • How to teach jump backs and jump throughs
Open & Energize: Full Spectrum Flow
Ease Into Calm
Short and Sweet
FUNdamentals of Flow: Surya Namaskar A & B
Intermediate Surya A & B Practice
Surya C: Linked Standing Poses
Backbend Your Flow
Bird of Paradise Flow
Invert Your Vinyasa
Sammelana Flow
Slide Through to Jump Through Seated Vinyasa

$108.00 (or purchase classes individually by clicking on the class description in the included class section)

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“Thank you, Noah and Team for connecting the world of yoga teachers and students together. After watching each webinar, I feel a sense of satisfaction on every level, from validation of what I do already know from both past and current study.” - Anonymous

“I'm still pretty new to yoga, but I have struggled to find teachers online or in real life who get into the real nitty gritty of how to get the most out of each pose. The two videos of yours I've come across have not only kicked my ass and left me sweating, but I feel like I had to send you a message of thanks because you fundamentally changed my relationship to my own body (especially hips and pelvic floor, parts of me I'd never given much if any thought to previously). Thanks for taking the time to really explain these concepts, movements, and sensations in a clear and accessible way. You're an excellent teacher!” - Dave Hanon

“Compliments to Noah and his team for putting together excellent materials. Even though I am a certified yoga teacher, I feel it’s always good to go back with a beginner’s mind and learn again. These trainings (Art of Sequencing, Fundamentals of Teaching Yoga Poses, and Yoga 101) are very high quality and I am excited to ‘sharpen the saw’ through them.” - Olin Levitt

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