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Neurophysiology of movement. Teacher training
Open California Institute
Neurophysiology of movement. Teacher trainining
Neurophysiology of movement. Teacher training
The course was conducted by: Alexey Konstantinov Founder of the Ashtanga Yoga School, yoga therapist, yoga teacher. He was trained in Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga by David Svenson, Lino Miele, Petri Räisanen, Sheshadri and other Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga teachers.

Nervous system in the practice of yoga; increasing asanas efficiency, stretching, breathing and relaxation techniques using the principles of the nervous system. Methods and algorithms for the strength, flexibility, coordination and endurance development using yoga asanas, the peculiarities of the periodization of micro-, meso- and macrocycles in the context of these goals.
How to make your yoga classes as effective as possible?
How to develop strength, endurance, flexibility with the help of yoga?
How to set goals in yoga practice and achieve them?

100-offline workshop; 100- online hours
What is the target audience?

  • People of age over 18
  • People from any country
  • People with an interest in yoga
  • People with an interest in helping people to be healthier
What are the requirements?
You only need a computer with Internet connection
  • You only need a computer with Internet connection
  • Absolutely no experience is required.
The course shows you exactly how to work as a yoga instructor and become an expert!

Yoga methodology

1. Basic physical qualities

2. Methods of developing endurance, strength, flexibility

3. Examples of training programs in yoga

4. Breathing yoga practices

Movement and posture. Block I

1. Neuromuscular-skeletal system.

2. Nervous system

3. Reflexes.

4. Vestibular apparatus, sight and touch.

5. Three asanas.

6. Conclusions.

Exercises for the abdomen and pelvis. Block II
1. Crunches and sit-ups
2. "Foundation" of the body
3. Lying leg elevation
4. Yogic sit-ups. An introduction to Navasana
5. Navasana and its variants
6. Mayurasana
7. Contraindications
8. Beneficial effects
Twists. Block III
1. Basics.
2. Skull, Atlas and his tooth.
3. Movements of the head and neck.
4. Chest and twists.
5. Lumbar spine and twists
6. Lower limbs.
7. Twisting while lying down.
8. Twisting in a standing position.
9. Twists in inverted asanas.
10. Twisting while sitting.
11. Beneficial effects
Headstand. Block IV

1. Cardiovascular system

2. Two variations of the headstand

3. Upper limbs

4. Structural imbalances

5. Development of strength and flexibility

6. Flexion / extension and twisting in Shirshasana

7. Stretching out time

8. Beneficial effects

Sarvangasana. Block V
1. Anatomy of the shoulder stand
2. Viparita karani. Variants
3. Sarvangasana
4. Halasana
5. Using props in some inverted asanas
6. Blood circulation
7. Prepare for inverted
8. Beneficial effects
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