Discover your intention for practicing and teaching and learn how to inspire and empower your students on the path of self-inquiry.
Recognise and move through roadblocks to creativity, and learn about the power of flow. Challenge your mind by discovering new ways to move.
Learn a 60-minute ‘skeleton’ sequence and how to modify or build on each section to meet your intention and students’ needs.
Dive into the creativity process and learn:
About neuroscience and flow state
Ways to spark inspiration
How to theme your classes
How to integrate different movement modalities
How to create your own sequence using a template
Then…put it all into practice with Anna’s 14 curated, full-length classes.
Would you like to create unique, intelligent flows that express your intention and speak to your students' souls? Feel bored or worried that you sound like a broken record? Want to spice up your practice and your teaching?
Challenge your mind and body with new ways to move! In this heart-led, brain-based course, we'll explore neurological blocks to creativity and how to move with, through and beyond them. We'll practice, play and dive deeply into creating sequences that not only feel good (and safe!) physically, but emotionally and intellectually too.
Not only will this course teach you how to develop beautiful, intelligent sequences and teach them confidently, you’ll come away with a tool box of tricks to unleash your own creativity and discover deeper aspects of yourself and your practice.
This course is for you if are:
Creative Sequencing, with Anna Sugarman is eligible for 16 Continuing Education Credits with Yoga Alliance.
Anna Sugarman is an experienced yoga teacher and teacher trainer based in Brighton. She is known for inspiring her students through playful mindfulness, precise anatomical alignment and intelligent transitions, and infusing her teaching with creativity, enthusiasm and joy.
Learn to master the art of designing and delivering intelligent, well-balanced and creative sequences. Explore your own reasons for teaching and gain clarity on what you wish to offer your students.
Learn how to make your classes, sequences, language and teaching spaces accessible and welcoming for those with different abilities, needs, ages and backgrounds.