DESIGNING MEANINGFUL CLASSES
with Lies Mahy
a workshop for teachers
And how to really weave them into all layers of a class?
becomes more than just a sauce to sprinkle on top of the asana sequences.
Lies Mahy has developed a unique teaching style in which she weaves
Mainly her students describe her classes as a journey that takes them
deeply inward and into an experience.
In this workshop Lies will share her tools to refine teaching skills and lift them
to the next level: somatic cueing, the principle of ‘what, so what & how’
and working with chapters.
We get practical and design a sample class together
so the learned tools are applied immediately.
Lies Mahy has been a yoga teacher since 2014 and a professional dancer and dance teacher for more than 10 years. She has a unique teaching style in which she offers her students a lot of freedom and a safe space to work within the ranges of their possibilities. She works both with the structured frame of familiar asanas and encourages her students to venture outside of the safe space of the known, even off their mat. For Lies yoga is an amazing way to, through movement and philosophy, explore and discover, learn more about ourselves and the world and hopefully find meaning in life itself – even though we might never fully understand.
Lies is an E-RYT500 and YACEP so you can use this workshop for your Continuing Education training requirement.
Sunday 7 April
13u00 – 18u30