FASZIO® Yoga Basics
The fundamental goal of yoga is both spiritual freedom and physical vitality. FASZIO® YOGA fuses familiar yoga postures, asanas, pranayama and meditation practices of varying yoga styles and traditions with the 7 FASZIO® training strategies. The goal is to achieve a stronger spiritual freedom and physical vitality. FASZIO® YOGA basics training examines asanas and their impact on the body, the vegetative nervous system and our state of mind. FASZIO® YOGA basics training is carried out in the context of traditional yoga, the 7 FASZIO® strategies and the 5 fascial guideline by FASZIO®. FASZIO® YOGA basics training utilizes practice sequences, developed during training, to help convey a new, deeper understanding of yogic movement. In general, the training helps balance the body’s vegetative nervous system. This positively influences emotions, granting the body more ease, while increasing range of motion and elasticity. Ultimately, FASZIO® YOGA basics training stimulates deep healing throughout the entire body.
This advanced training is divided into two parts and is aimed at yoga teachers of all styles and traditions.
Yoga instructor or sports-trainer with adequate yoga experience. Part 2 is bookable only after the completion of Part 1.
Part 1 (20 CU)
The fascia can be understood as a large pervasive network of tissue, enveloping and penetrating deep within the human body. Firm yet flexible, the fascia help stabilize the body. The fascia also serve as the body’s personal injury prevention service. FASZIO® is a movement concept, utilizing 7 strategies that promote limberness, mobility, strength and stability. Part 1 of this training will convey fascial theory in an easy to understand manner. The 7 FASZIO® strategies will then be presented and the 5 fascial guideline by FASZIO® concept examined. Part 1 aims to inspire participants to rethink and/or refine their own understanding of movement. Participants will engage with new ideas, such as the structuring of yoga classes in a fascia-friendly manner.
- Why do we need fascia and why are fascia important for yoga?
- Fascia: composition, substance, structure
- The 7 FASZIO® strategies and their relationship to the various yoga traditions
Part 2 (30 CU)
Part 2 expands upon previously conveyed fascial theory. It deepens the participant’s understanding of the relationship between fascia and yoga. Through practical exercises, participants experience firsthand an enrichment in bodily awareness. Furthermore, the anatomic-functional alignment of the body will be explored. Special attention will also be paid to the 5 fascial guideline by FASZIO®. The training module ends with a supervised portion, in place to ensure that participants understand and are able to implement the 7 FASZIO® training strategies in a yogic context. Ultimately, participants develop the competence to professionally and independently apply their newly gained fascial expertise in their own yoga classes. The successful completion of the training authorizes participants to teach FASZIO® YOGA.
- Releasing techniques in yoga
- Pranayama, nadis and fascia and their relationship to one another
- The 5 fascial guideline by FASZIO®
- Supervision—independent application of fascial understanding to yoga practice.
Info, registration & costs
Costs NL: part 1+2: € 655 | Early bird*: € 625
Costs UK: part 1+2: € 655 | Early bird: € 625
Costs SE: part 1: € 285 | Early bird: € 265
part 2: € 430 | Early bird: € 400
Early bird = until 7 weeks before workshop
Registration: Maren Lenthe: +49 (0)40-51493632, Maren@FASZIO.de
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Trainings part one
⇒ 09.-13.05.2018 | Part 1+2
Location: Actic Simhallsbadet, Karlsbergsvägen 2a, 30232 Halmstad
⇒ 25./26.11.2017 | Part 1
Sat 09-18 + Sun 09-17
⇒ 06./07.10.2018 | Part 1
⇒ 12.-14.10.2018 | Part 2
Location: Värmdö Yogacenter, Odelbergsväg 9 A, 134 40 Gustavsb
⇒ 04.-08.04.2018 | Part 1+2
Location: 2 Sanderstead Hill. Sanderstead CR2 0HA
If you are interested in offering an on-site workshop and/or training course, please feel free to contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at: +49 (0)40 51493632