Level 2 Certificate in Aerial Yoga

“Prepare for, deliver and review safe aerial yoga sessions for recreational participants.”

 

The IPSF Level 2 Certificate in Aerial Yoga qualifies the candidate to teach beginner to advanced aerial yoga programmes independently and enables them to plan a series of linked sessions. There will still be a significant focus on the “How to” skills of teaching aerial yoga. The technical, practical and theoretical elements of aerial yoga will be focused upon with over 30 hours of guided learning. The emphasis is on safe teaching as well as technical understanding. You will also develop a greater knowledge of the physical and psychological demands of aerial yoga on the enthusiast and how this impacts on your teaching.

 

Who is this course designed for?

 

Existing yoga, pole, fitness and aerial instructors who have a good physical, practical and educational level of understanding in the delivery of safe and effective teaching sessions.  

 

What level does the level 2 certificate qualify me to do?

 

On successful completion of the Level 2 Certificate in aerial yoga, learners will be qualified to teach participants independently and should be able to:

  • Demonstrate an ability to plan and deliver safe and equitable aerial yoga sessions
  • Demonstrate an ability to review participant’s needs when planning and delivering a series of linked and progressive sessions
  • Demonstrate an ability to self-reflect and use feedback from others
  • Promote and establish working relationships and high standards of behaviour within aerial yoga

What are the Pre-requisites to attend the course?

 

Candidates are required to:

  • Be at least 18 years of age on the first day of the course
  • Hold a minimum of Certificate in Anatomy, Physiology course including warm up and cool down techniques
  • Minimum of one years teaching in their fitness field
  • To be fit and healthy to participate and teach in practical sessions.

 

How is the course delivered?

 

The IPSF Level 2 Certificate in Aerial Yoga will be delivered online. It will be split into the following phases:

     

Phase 1 - Course study - Complete the online study of the learning materials and pass the quizzes to test the level of understanding.

 

Phase 2 - Assessment preparation – Understanding the important of session planning

 

Phase 3 - Written assessment - Multiple choice assessments to include questions on all elements of the teaching course.

 

Phase 4 - Practical assessment - Delivery of the practical video assessment to include a beginner session.

 

Throughout the taught programme, the theoretical “How to” skills of teaching aerial yoga are threaded through the technical skills, both by assessment and practical video sessions.  As a result, you will have many opportunities to practice your technical skills. You will be assessed through an independent written and practical assessment.

 

Successful candidates that achieve 80% pass rate or more will receive a certificate. The course expires after one year and you will be emailed 14 day prior to expiration.

 

Course objectives

 

On successful completion of the Level 2 Certificate in Teaching Aerial yoga, learners will be able to:

 

Demonstrate an understanding of:


 - Generic teaching skills
 - Aerial yoga specific coaching skills
 - Participant development
 - Mental preparation
 - Health and safety
 - Planning
 - Technical movements
 - Injury prevention

Demonstrate an ability to identify and adapt Aerial yoga activities and sessions for a variety of different abilities and age groups

 

Demonstrate an awareness of further personal development opportunities in Aerial yoga.

 

Resources


The course includes

  • Internationally recognised qualification/certification
  • IPSF Level 2 Certificate in Teaching Aerial Yoga 
  • Listing on the IPSF Register

 

Booking & Cost

 

Online cost - £199

One year to complete the course.

 

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