BODY BALANCE(FLOW) 90 ビデオ 音楽 ダウンロード

BODY BALANCE(FLOW) 90 ビデオ 音楽 ダウンロード

BODY BALANCE(FLOW) 90 音楽 トラックリスト:

01 Animals.mp3
02A Heavy, California.mp3
02B Stay In Love (Arrient Remix).mp3
03 No Fear No More.mp3
04 Teardrop.mp3
05 Song for You.mp3
06 First Body.mp3
07 Oceans Away (Sam Feldt Remix).mp3
08 5 Hand Clap.mp3
09A Outro.mp3
09B Lay Down.mp3
10 Perfect Peace.mp3
B1 Someday I’ll Be With You.mp3

BODY BALANCE(FLOW) 90 ビデオのスクリーンショット:

BODY BALANCE(FLOW) 90 Choreography Booklet.pdf 振付 冊子 ファイルに含まれています

6 Keys to unlocking the Mind-Body
Experience:
Stay in a Balance Frame of Mind
This means coming to class with a positive,
respectful attitude. Acknowledge that your
participants are on individual journeys and your
class will gain a more authentic mind-body feel.
Don’t Pose
That super calm, faux-spiritual voice comes across
as inauthentic and ill-fitting. Your class is an adult
space so respect your participants enough to
teach in your own voice, just keep it calm.
Keep Cues Simple
Although Yoga poses are often technically
complex, your class will not hear you if you ‘talk
their ears off’ with too much cueing. Use the
three-part process to keep it simple and effective:
• Set up clearly using 2 to 4 Layer 1 Setup cues.
These cues should put people into the shape
of the pose, explaining simple alignment and
breathing. Think of “which body part are we
moving in which direction”. This helps people
feel confident and comfortable.
• Teach any necessary Layer 2 options then
pause to look around at your members.
• Layer 3 cues are often a response to what
we see. Refer to the Technique Manual and
choreography notes for a wide variety of
these. You might need to add another breath
cue, coach deeper into the feel of the pose,
motivate, connect, explain a benefit of the
pose, or just be SILENT.
This is SBS
S Set it up, B Breathe it up, S Silence it up!
Our silence allows us to stay more
IN THE MOMENT.

Don’t Waste Words
People will naturally follow our movement; so
choose follow-up cues that describe the feel or
detail of the poses that they cannot see eg “Arms
light and long” gives length to a move, rather
than “Take your arms out to the side”, which they
can see. “Big toes and heels together” gives
technical detail rather than “Feet together”.
Question Yourself
Ask yourself, “What do I want my class members
to experience in each pose of this track?”
Using your own class-focused objectives will
give you a powerful sense of purpose and allow
your love of BODYFLOW to shine through! This
will make your members feel more included in the
experience and, by planning objectives before
each class and teaching the full variety and
flexibility of them, you will keep it fresh and
interesting.
And if you want to further develop your expertise,
revise and relearn your Program Manual and your
filming footage. Try a Yoga, Tai Chi or Pilates
class taught by an expert (remember, we do
modify some exercises to safely fit into a GroupFitness setting). There are also some excellent
texts, videos and music available, such as:
Books:
Moving Towards Balance, Rodney Yee with
Nina Zolotow (Rodale)
Journey Into Power, Baron Baptiste (Simon and
Schuster)
Dynamic Yoga, Kia Meaux (Dorling Kindersley Ltd)
Awakening the Spine, Vanda Scaravelli (Harper
Collins)
Videos/DVDs:
Power Tai Chi, Master Jerry Alan Johnson
(Goldhill Videos)
Yoga Journals, Yoga Step by Step, Natasha
Rizopoulos (Natural Instincts)
Tai Chi for Health, Terence Dunn (Healing Arts

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