Mindfulness in Motion - Understanding Yoga for Body & Mind - 1:1
Pamela Ocana, M.A., RYT
Learner is introduced to the cradle of Yoga, its helpful philosophy, positive psychology, impact on humanities and to a carefully individualized, richly layered Yoga practice with poses, breathing, affirmation and meditation.
US Grade 2 - 12
Important Notes: All of my classes are inclusive. Classes are suitable for the neurodiverse child. CEFR: B1-B2 and above. Once cleared by their Physician to engage in the physical practice of Yoga, in this unique and individualized class, Learner will be introduced to the cradle of Yoga, learn of its origins in India, the different types of Yoga, its evolution from India through Europe and the U.S., and of the many areas of human pursuit impacted by yogic principles: Poetry, Politics,...
The instructor's has a B.A. in Psychology, a Master's degree in Liberal Studies (humanities), and she has dedicated over 30 years of her life to the independent studies of eastern culture. She holds the highest qualifications from Yoga Alliance (which certifies high standards of Yoga teachings worldwide, being Lead Teacher Trainer); is a Yoga Therapist; and a college professor of Yoga, having taught Yoga as a humanities class and as a Body & Mind discipline.
Assessments OfferedInformal, via a final review with Q&A
Learner will need a quiet and comfortable work space, free from unnecessary electronic devices. For the theory part of the class, Learner may want to have a notebook & pen to take any notes if desired. For the Yoga intro. practice part of the class, Learner may do so while sitting on a chair, ideally a chair without arms, and/or a Yoga mat.
Meet the teacher
1) I teach subjects that have captivated my mind and heart for a lifetime: Mindful Yoga, rooted in its well-proven techniques (Mindfulness, Poses, Breathing Control Exercises, and Meditation); kid-friendly Art History classes; Linguistic...
Meets on demand
Completed by 2 learners
Live video meetings