hips arm balances

25 Hour Advanced Sequencing: Hips & Arm Balances Module

  • Dates: Nov 15-17, 2019.
  • Hours: Fri 4-9, Sat 8-8, Sun 8-5
  • Location: In The Pines
  • Teachers: Lisa Rischitelli

Advanced Sequencing: Hips & Arm Balances - 25 Hours

November 15-17, 2019 in The Pines

Fri 4-9, Sat 8-8, Sun 8-5

Books Required: Ray Long's Anatomy for Arm Balances and Inversions

Manual will also be provided.

Description: In this module, learn how to effectively sequence toward and teach arm balances centered around deep hip opening, such as Flying Pigeon, Eight Angle Pose, Side Plank Variations, and many more. Delve into supporting anatomy of the hip and shoulder, to understand variations in bodies and how to offer choices and challenges for a multi-level class.

Evolve and deepen your understanding of the teaching the science of yoga. This 50-hour yoga teacher training module has been carefully constructed to expand your knowledge, skill set and confidence as both a teacher and a student. The work that we do as yoga teachers is key in both the mental and physical wellness of our communities. Elevate your credentials to teach beyond the introductory information commonly delivered in a 200-hour teacher training. This is one of many modules set up by Hot Asana Yoga University to stand alone as continuing education or to allow you to build your 300-hour certification at your own pace. You have up to five years to complete all 270 contact hours for a 300-hour certification.

Cost $400

$250 deposit paid upon registration to secure your spot.

Deposit is non-transferable and non-refundable.

Tuition to be paid in full one week from the start of training.

PRICING

Tuition Cost $400

$250 deposit paid upon registration to secure your spot.

Deposit is non-transferable and non-refundable.

Tuition to be paid in full one week from the start of training.

INSTRUCTOR

Lisa Rischitelli

COS Teacher Director, E-RYT 500, Certified Hot Asana Assist, Hot Asana Yoga University Faculty, YACEP

After years of training in classical ballet and modern dance, Lisa first tried yoga in the hopes of finding a workout which balanced both strength and flexibility. She became hooked when she realized that she had also discovered a community which found beauty in so-called imperfections and encouraged compassion for others and oneself—plus yoga still kicked her butt on a regular basis.

Lisa completed her 200-hour certification with YogaWorks in New York in 2010 and her 500-hour certification with Grace Morales in North Carolina in 2014. She is registered with Yoga Alliance, with more than 1,000 teaching hours. Lisa’s classes emphasize alignment, playfulness, and inclusiveness. With a deep understanding of the body, Lisa gives students the opportunity to make the most out of their practice through accessible sequencing and concise cues.

When not on the mat, Lisa enjoys cooking vegetarian food, sharing a bottle of wine with friends, snuggling with her two cats and three dogs.