This 6-day course will give you the basis for building tools for creative facilitation design, spiritual leadership, active and participatory learning techniques, and pedagogical tips to maximize and measure group experiential learning. The facilitation intensive is directed toward honing your personal facilitation skills in a group spiritual setting. If you are interested in facilitating group processing, this yoga retreat is an amazing opportunity to deepen your skill set.
Seven Springs is a holistic retreat center, nestled in the bio-diverse foothills of the smoky mountains on 126 acres of mostly forested hills. With seven natural springs and an abundance of native species, each spring corresponds to each chakra, giving potency to the fresh water that flows from within the earth.
Seven Springs Holistic Retreats is a place of natural abundance and cultural diversity where people learn how to create holistic sustenance for themselves and their communities. Their mission is to provide an innovative and transformative space for local and global communities to experience high-quality holistic education.
The smoky mountains are the world's oldest mountains and one of the world's most ecologically diverse regions, featuring temperate rain-forest climate with over 17,000 species of plants and animals. This incredible biodiversity adds to the abundant richness of Seven Springs.
Kula Collective will discuss concepts of spiritual space holding group trust, the community and the concept of oneness, holistic teaching design, ethics and dharma, artistic expression and creativity, and compassionate communication. A special emphasis will be placed on the art of giving and receiving feedback.
Kula Collective has outlined this training to be an experiential training which you all co-create as facilitators together. You will have several chances to facilitate during the course in both group and individual settings. As a group, you will take time and space to debrief and share reflections, wisdom, and new perspectives.
In addition to the art of facilitation, the facilitator intensive offers an experiential component for those who are interested in pursuing the Kula path. The intention of this experiential aspect of the training is to provide a solid foundation for upcoming Kula facilitators to prepare for the roles of apprenticing and co-facilitating 200-hour yoga teacher training with The Kula Collective. This training does not guarantee a role as a Kula facilitator but is an important and required step on the path.
Each morning, prospective facilitators will teach the signature Kula Flow weaving in relevant themes and spiritual intentions. This is an opportunity for students to increase their level of confidence in teaching and to prepare for the potential of facilitating the Kula Flow in 200-hour level training. Students will receive constructive feedback on their teaching to address ways in which they can improve their overall deliverance of a Kula Flow yoga class. Participants will be provided with Kula basic Flow and signature sequences prior to arrival.
Each afternoon will focus on breaking down the four arts: Art of Practice, Art of Teaching, Art of Living, and Art of Healing. The intention is to provide prospective facilitators with tools to guide a yoga teacher training that meets the protocol for Kula Collective and Yoga Alliance at the 200-hour level.
As an essential part of the learning process, students will receive constructive feedback on the topic presentation, organization, student engagement, and comfortability in presenting their lesson plan. Participants will be provided with pre-course homework for preparation where applicable.
The yoga retreat will take place in Tennessee, USA.
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