Teaching Yoga to Special Populations in Non-Profit Environments

Teaching Yoga to Special Populations in Non-Profit Environments

Led by: Eduardo Martinez Diaz

From December 4, 2016 at 2:15 pm until December 4, 2016 at 3:45 pm at Dumbo

In this 90 minutes workshop Yoga Teaches and Teachers-in-Training will learn how to reach out and teach yoga to populations that typically wouldn’t have access to yoga classes. This workshop will help you master ways to make your classes accessible and enjoyable for those with restrictions while handling the special circumstances of teaching in non-profit environments. Practice skillful modifications, assists and cues to create clear, strong guidance in your classes. Upon completion of this workshop, you will feel more confident in offering your skills to serve a wider, more varied community, and in taking your teaching career to new levels. You’ll also have a new understanding of effective ways to market yourself and your business, and to manage self care.

The workshop is taught by Eduardo Martinez-Diaz, 500 hr RYT and Optimized-Lifestyle Engineer with many years of experience working in non for profits organizations and teaching yoga to special populations. He currently offers health and wellness direction via yoga classes, lifestyle optimization and yoga health coaching.

Time: 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Recommended: 200hr Teacher Training Certificate

Cost: Early bird (before 12/02): 5Regular: 0

Eduardo Martinez Diaz
Eduardo Martinez Diaz
Eduardo (B.Ch.E., E-RYT 500, YHC) was born and raised in Panama. After graduating from Georgia Tech in 1997 with a degree in Chemical Engineering, he worked in the chemical industry for 10 + years before dedicating his energy to the field of lifestyle optimization...
Meet Eduardo Martinez Diaz