How to Teach Mixed Level Yoga Classes (and love it) Workshop
with Adam Hocke

Learn to embrace and celebrate the challenge by using practical techniques to create inclusivity for everyone.
For teachers and trainees.

Sun 23rd Oct 2022 ~ 11:30am to 3pm (3½hrs)

Cost £45.

This is often the most discussed and worry-producing aspect of teaching public classes: how do you teach all the different levels and abilities in one room (or online platform) at one time?

Instead of fighting against the reality of the problem, we will learn to embrace and celebrate the challenge by utilising practical techniques to create an inclusive and compassionate class environment with options for everyone.

Through an experiential practice, discussion and interactive Q&A we will learn:

* how to understand the mystery of what makes certain poses hard for some and easy for others

* how to prepare, sequence, and cue meaningful options and alternatives for your students

* how to teach more than one class at the same time without losing the plot

For : yoga teachers and trainees of all experience levels.

About Adam :

Adam Hocke teaches precise, strong, and compassionate yoga classes that blend contemporary understandings of movement and mindfulness with the traditions of yoga.

Adam’s practical and joyful approach to embodiment supports the development of students and teachers across the world. He leads in-person and online teacher trainings, workshops, and immersions and offers comprehensive home practice resources through his Yoga with Adam podcast and streaming classes for Movement for Modern Life.

In London, his beginner courses, weekly classes, and workshops have begun and inspired the yoga journeys of thousands of students. Corporate clients have included top banks, creative agencies, law firms, and high-profile technology companies.

Adam’s teaching has been featured in The Guardian, Huffington Post, Yogaland and numerous publications and podcasts. He holds a BFA (2002) and MA (2008) from New York University, where he was awarded the Newington-Cropsey Fellowship for emerging artists and scholars.

He has trained with his teacher Jason Crandell since 2010.

Practical stuff :

Please bring your own yoga mat. You are very welcome to bring your own props or we have blankets, blocks, bolsters and straps at the studio. Wear warm layers.

This workshop will have a short lunch break.