Advance Core Training

Yoga meets modern exercises.

“The Core” is a muscular box with the abdominals in the front, Para-spinals and gluteals in the back, the diaphragm as the roof, and the pelvic floor and hip girdle musculature as the bottom. Within this box are 29 pairs of muscles that help to stabilise the spine, pelvis, and kinetic chain during functional movements.

What is the importance of Core. Why train it?

According to Cambridge english dictionary core is defined as “The basic and most essential part of something”

Discover the principles of intelligent core training in detail;

  1. All movements are performed from inner power called power house
  2. Core musculature is responsible in transferring the force to and from upper and lower body, hence is responsible for acceleration.
  3. Core is a responsive and reactive structure and can easily be trained by responsive, reactive and neural training
  4. Breath integration is the core of core training
  5. Dividing core in to simple group (Inner Core, Outer Core, Antigravity muscles) can help in building an effective core conditioning program.

“As to methods there may be a million and then some, but principles are few. The man who grasps principles can successfully select his own methods. The man who tries methods, ignoring principles, is sure to have trouble.”

― Harrington Emerson

Key Features of Advance Core Training Workshop

 

  • Anatomy and structural composition of Core.
  • Brief discussion on common compensation patterns leading to Core Dysfunction
  • Assessment, Need and Benefits of Core Stability.
  • Simple to Advance core stabilisation technique for Yoga postures and other exercises.
  • Advance breath training to improve power and stamina.
  • Stages of training core and progressions.
Key Features of Advance Core Training Workshop

Total Hours : 8

Session 1. Discussion

  • Anatomy and Study of Core Dysfunctions. Ruthless mobility and Simple Core stabilisation techniques revealed.

Session 2. Breath Integration

  • Advance Breath Training to improve power and stamina.

Session 3. Training

  • Basic to advance core training. No Crunches. No Sit-ups.

Session 4. Progression

  • Classical Yoga and Pilates exercise sequence

All session includes Practice and assessment to evaluate the degree of progress in every segment.

Interested to join Yogkinesis workshops?

All workshops are offered under Yoga Alliance registry – YACEP

As per YA Standard every three years starting from the initial date of registration with YA, all RYTs must submit a minimum of 45 hours of yoga teaching and 30 hours of yoga training, At least 10 training hours must be Continuing Education (CE) Contact Hours. No more than 20 training hours may be Continuing Education Non-Contact Hours. All hours must be directly related to one of the YA Educational Categories.

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