with Wendi Lynch, Aerial Yoga Hawaii
May 4 – 9, 2015
Monday 10 am – 7 pm
Tuesday – Friday 8 am – 5 pm
Saturday 12 – 8 pm
Early Bird Discount $1,450 (available 2 months in advance) – Regular $1,595
ADDITIONAL, OPTIONAL TRAINING: Suspended Restorative Aerial Yoga Teacher certification on May 10. Details on link.
Aerial yoga is one of the fastest growing forms of yoga practice because of the diverse and numerous benefits including whole body strengthening and spinal decompression.
This 40 hour comprehensive Aerial Yoga Teacher Certification Program will provide you with the necessary tools to teach safe and effective Leva Aerial Yoga classes. The hammock supports the weight of the body in order to attain optimal alignment in yoga postures.The hammock also creates support for safe and accessible inversions. During this course you will learn more than 150 Aerial Yoga asanas and how to safely adjust and modify these poses for your students. Aerial Yoga can bring new awareness and passion to your traditional practice. Upon certification you will be able to teach inspiring mid-air classes that strengthen and decompress the body.
The Leva Teacher Training course fulfills Yoga Alliance qualifications for continuing education hours at the 200 level. This training may also be taken for personal development without receiving the certification to teach. www.aerialyogahawaii.com
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Wendi Lynch is an E-RYT200, Unnata Aerial certified yoga instructor, and has been a devoted student of yoga since 2002. After falling in love with trapeze arts in 2008 she naturally gravitated to aerial yoga, training with Michelle Dortignac, founder of Unnata Aerial Yoga, in 2010. The de-compressive qualities of the practice led her to a fluidity and depth of practice she had not experienced before. Her teaching style is playful and athletic, encouraging and creative. Wendi’s teaching is strongly informed by her bodywork; she is a NCTMB and Hawaii state licensed massage therapist. Wendi is continually expanding her knowledge of the architecture of the body and how it relates to poses both on the floor and in the air.
As the first certified Aerial Yoga instructor in the islands, Wendi developed the Aerial Yoga program at the Still & Moving Center in Honolulu. She founded Aerial Yoga Hawaii, teaches weekly classes on Kauai and monthly workshops and bi-annual teacher trainings on Oahu.