Continuing Yoga for Deaf people: mixed levels

Course Dates: 27/11/24 - 11/12/24
Time: 18:00 - 19:00
Location: Keeley Street
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Discover enhanced energy - as you find space in your body to breathe and move a little more freely and with more awareness. This course will help to deepen your connection to yoga, and your inner strength and stamina for this wild world. The seasons and the moon will be taken into account as we explore breathing practices (pranayama) and mudras to steady and calm the mind. Previous experience of yoga is helpful.
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Continuing Yoga for Deaf people: mixed levels
  • Course Code: FKF07
  • Dates: 27/11/24 - 11/12/24
  • Time: 18:00 - 19:00
  • Taught: Wed, Evening
  • Duration: 3 sessions (over 3 weeks)
  • Location: Keeley Street
  • Tutor: Sarah Scott

Course Code: FKF07

Wed, eve, 27 Nov - 11 Dec '24

Duration: 3 sessions (over 3 weeks)

Any questions? health@citylit.ac.uk
or call 020 8142 4577

Please note: We offer a wide variety of financial support to make courses affordable. Just visit our online Help Centre for more information on a range of topics including fees, online learning and FAQs.

What is the course about?

Here Yoga is taught in sign language with voice-on by request for students who have some hearing. The course offers Yoga in an accessible environment adjusted to individual needs.. You will learn more yoga postures, their benefits and how to do them safely.

What will we cover?

Finding space in postures
- Standing, sitting and lying down postures, including forward and back bends
- Inverted (upside-down) postures (optional)
- Breathing practices (pranayama) & mudras
- Relaxation.

What will I achieve?
By the end of this course you should be able to...

- follow teacher instructions correctly and accurately
- perform yoga postures and sequences correctly and independently
- Improve body awareness
- know which props you require for certain postures
- describe some benefits of yoga
- obtain improved flexibility, strength, and stress release
- practice alternate nostril breathing.

What level is the course and do I need any particular skills?

This class is a mixed levels class, suitable for those with at least one years experience of yoga.

PLEASE:
To make sure we are providing a safe and healthy environment for you to do yoga, if you have any health issues please check with your GP that it is ok for you to do yoga.


If you need advice or are not sure if it is ok for you to do this class, email the Department Office - Health@citylit.ac.uk.

How will I be taught, and will there be any work outside the class?

- sign language with voice-on by request
- demonstration
- follow me
- physical adjustment (optional)
- questions and answers.

Are there any other costs? Is there anything I need to bring?

Yoga equipment including mats will be provided.
Please wear loose, comfortable clothing and bring something to keep you warm during relaxation. Postures are performed barefoot but you may wear non-slip socks if you prefer.

When I've finished, what course can I do next?

You can continue with Yoga for Deaf people or explore other courses in our Health and Wellbeing programme.

Sarah Scott Tutor Website

For 20 years Sarah has been teaching people who do not usually have access to yoga. She is the leader in the field of yoga for deaf people. She also works with people recovering from, or living with, specific physical and emotional health issues (including those living with dementia) through delivery of Chair Yoga classes across Westminster and K & C, and at Triyoga. Sarah qualified as an Inner Yoga Trust and British Wheel of Yoga registered teacher / practitioner. She danced from the age of four, and was first moved by Yoga when she was 16, though it has not always been easy for her to access as she is partially deaf. She has taught Deaf Yoga classes for staff members at DCAL (Deafness Cognition & Language Research Centre), Deaf Plus, Sign Health, DeafWorks, Oak Lodge School, Remark!, Special Yoga Centre, Sense and the Deaf Multilingual Community Service. Sarah’s yoga is an expression of and has evolved from her understanding of the teachings and a mix of Scaravelli informed, Iyengar and Satyanada Yoga. Her practice as a teacher responds to sensory, physical and mental /emotional needs. sarah.scott@citylit.ac.uk

Please note: We reserve the right to change our tutors from those advertised. This happens rarely, but if it does, we are unable to refund fees due to this. Our tutors may have different teaching styles; however we guarantee a consistent quality of teaching in all our courses.