Chair Yoga Teacher Training Yoga Alliance Accredited Training with Stacey Lubets (E-RYT 500, YACEP)
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About the Event
A 12-hour Yoga Alliance accredited training designed for yoga teachers or yoga teachers-in-training, wellness/healthcare practitioners, or anyone with students or clients who may have difficulty getting down on the floor due to age, body size, inflexibility or other physical limitations. Chair yoga is also a useful way to incorporate yoga into a classroom or therapeutic setting, or any place where sitting or lying on the floor may not be ideal. When we bring our yoga practice off the floor and into a chair, it becomes more accessible, sustainable and easier to integrate into a variety of different settings.
For yoga teachers, healthcare/wellness professionals, classroom teachers, counselors or yoga students. It is highly recommended that participants have at least 20 hours of yoga experience. Participants will receive a training manual and are eligible for Yoga Alliance continuing education credits.
Participants in this training will learn to:
- Effectively plan and teach safe and transformative chair yoga classes
- Creatively adapt yoga poses to fit the needs of the students
- Discern student limitations and identify precautions and contraindications
- Incorporate meditation, breath work and relaxation techniques into any chair yoga class
- Bring all the joys and benefits of yoga to a wider variety of students/clients
About the Instructor:
Stacey Lubets is an E-RYT 500 (YACEP) and yoga teacher with specialized training in Chair Yoga, Adaptive Yoga, Y12SR, Curvy Yoga, Yoga for Eating Disorders, and Yoga for Emotional Health. Stacey has been teaching chair yoga classes for over 10 years in a variety of different settings and to many different populations. She created and developed this training in order to share her knowledge and experience with other teachers, and to make yoga more accessible and comfortable for all bodies.
Stacey currently teaches both traditional and chair yoga classes, as well as therapeutic yoga at an eating disorder treatment center and yoga for addiction and recovery at a community-based healthcare center. For more information, visit www.staceyyoga.com.