John Schumacher in Columbia, MD
Knowledge is important in teaching. You really can't teach what you don't know. But even if you have a store of information, if you don't know how to apply it to the student in front of you, all your learning is of little value. The skillful teacher sees the student, and what she sees along with what she knows informs her in guiding the student properly. In this workshop, you will sharpen your powers of observation. You will learn to catch the clues that make you a more perceptive and effective teacher. And you will practice verbal, visual, and hands-on adjustments to illuminate unconscious patterns and correct mistaken habits that create problems for your students and inhibit their freedom. Remedies for common problems and injuries will be included.
Unity Woods Yoga Center, Washington, DC
Email: Annick Milde at email@example.com