Attune, Align, Assist
25 Hour Training with Abby Tucker
Monday, August 14 – Friday, August 18
Take your teaching to the next level of understanding and grow your ability to really observe and assist your students. A general knowledge of biomechanics and the way the body works in yoga poses is like being able to have x-ray vision.
You’ll discover how to better observe your students, and as a result, be able to better serve them as diverse individuals with a wide variety of needs.In this course you’ll learn:
- How to Attune to students through observation of key body parts and how to see the general flow of energy in poses.
- How to Align individual students using general biomechanics for greater ease and access.
- How to Assist students through verbal and manual assists, as well as demonstrations.
Additionally, you’ll learn in-classroom modifications for a broad variety of bodies, injuries and conditions.
For Yoga Teachers:
CEUs are available with Yoga Alliance.
This training qualifies as 25 hours of elective credit in the Namaste Professional 300 hour Teacher Training.
$625 | $550 Early bird (available through July 17)
*If you need to cancel your registration, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Cancellations made before July 31, 2017 will receive a refund minus $50 processing fee. NO REFUNDS OR CANCELLATIONS AFTER 7/31/2017.
Abby Tucker, E-RYT 500 Passionate and down-to-earth, Abby’s bohemian heart radiates through her life in all its aspects — at home, as a student, and as a teacher. She doesn’t differentiate between the practice of yoga and the practice of life, believing that yoga is how you do something, not something you do.
As a teacher, Abby creates an atmosphere of keeping it real while challenging students to their highest potential in the moment. She speaks from the authentic place of her own heart’s experience and is renowned for her unique ability to make the practices of yoga pertinent to the full spectrum of life experiences. Her classes are a profound and authentic offering of dynamic alignment, embodied flow, and skillful refinement. Students are encouraged to work diligently while honoring their own boundaries. Abby believes in empowering students through deep inquiry and skillful application of a pulsation of dynamic alignment principles. Each asana class also includes the essential grounding practices of pranayama and meditation