Expanding Movement Options
Evolved Movement Arts
Calgary, AB, CANADA
$795 CAD / $602 USD
3 Day Training
2 x 60 min Zoom Calls after the training
WHO THIS IS FOR
Movement Educators (yoga, pilates, dance, group fitness) who want to learn how to create accessible, equitable movement experiences that help their students & clients discern good, better, and best for themselves.
Let’s explore how we can “do different” within our yoga teaching practice so our clients & students can listen to their bodies & be empowered to choose what they need each moment.
Join us for this one-of-a-kind training where we’ll learn to create movement options from a place of more possibility & accessibility. This training is for movement educators (yoga, pilates, dance, group fitness) who want to learn how to create movement experiences that help their students & clients discern good, better and best for themselves. Together we’ll learn:
And so much more!
Dawn Ross is a brilliant IAYT Certified Yoga Therapist with exceptional ability to link intuition with rationalism. She teaches other movement educators how to truly meet their students where they are.
Dates: April 3 – 5, 2020
Schedule: 10am – 4pm (3 Days)
Location: Evolved Movement Arts 4005 – 9th Street SE Calgary, AB, Canada
Continuing Education: 15 CECs
Post Training Support & Dates: 2 x 60 Minute Zoom calls for Q&A, support, and integration
April 27, 2020 6pm MT/8pm ET
May 11, 2020 6pm MT/8pm ET
A limited number of scholarships are available to community members facing financial limitations. To apply for a scholarship please email firstname.lastname@example.org detailing your needs as per below.
“Working with Amber has helped us in many ways. She has an amazing understanding of cultural and political issues within the yoga community, and she also understands how to run a business. It’s a great combination of skills that makes her support and advice extremely useful in building an inclusive and yet effective business model.
“In fact, I’ve never met anyone with that perfect combination of skills and abilities. Amber has helped to educate us around language use and issues of consent, as well as best practices for socially conscious marketing and communications. I have found her contributions to be invaluable.”
“Dawn’s greatest strength is embodying creative curiosity towards working with the body and teaching others how to approach body-mind connections with the same exploratory openness.
Since every student you come into contact with is unique, this type of approach really serves to truly meet your students “where they are.” Dawn backs this up with a well of knowledge of movement mechanics. It is thrilling to co-discover with her and learn techniques for how to do this on one’s own.”
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