Datum: 13.03.2021 11:00 - 17:00
Ort: Online via Zoom
Referent*in: Moravia Naranjo
Kosten: 200,- für Mitglieder inkl. Ball, Pumpe und Versand
Fortbildungspunkte: 5
Webseite: https://www.pilates-west.at/index.php/fortbildung#yamuna-pilates-online-live-workshop

Ausbildung

 

ONLINE LIVE WORKSHOP (via Zoom)

Contents: Combining Yamuna® and Pilates is one of the best ways to get the intended results from the Pilates method. Both methods are dedicated to working slowly and methodically to help you build a strong, toned, well -aligned body. At the core of Pilates is the concept of how to connect the abdominal muscles to the spine creating core stabilisation to be able to move safely and correctly out from. Yamuna Body rolling can quickly help you to achieve this correctly. 
- Yamuna® combined with Pilates will improve your ability to perform the Pilates mat class and avoid common areas of over use. 
- By combining the Yamuna® abdominal and spine work to a Pilates mat class many of the core principles of Pilates become easier and more effectively felt in your body. 
- Using the Yamuna® ball as support during a Pilates mat class can help you to work through restricted areas that have kept you from successfully performing the exercises before. 

 

Language: Course taught in English

 

Schedule: March 13th, 2021 / Saturday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Central European Time)

 

Number of participants: at least 6, maximum 12

 

Course Fee: Euro 200,- incl. VAT for PVA-members (Euro 215,- non-members) included 1 Yamuna® ball, a pump and shipping costs for Austria (worth Euro 51,-)

 

Registration deadline: March 3rd, 2021 - for shipping in time!

 

Moravia Naranjo is a choreographer and a dancer, a Pilates Trainer and Yamuna® senior teacher trainer, with a degree in media and communication studies. Born in Venezuela, she has been living and working in Vienna, Austria since 2001. As well as her own projects, she has danced in numerous Austrian and international projects. Alongside dance, she has been teaching Pilates since 2007 and Yamuna since 2012.