Yoga : Online Yoga Course for Beginners

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We are the World’s number one provider of Self Development and Arts Therapy Courses, with more than 180,000 students in 192 countries. Yoga Online: Online Yoga Course for Beginners The most unique thing about our online yoga course for beginners, is that we offer an exclusive support service to Udemy students. On enrolment, you'll be given access to a fully supported learning experience which extends to personal support via email with the course creator, Libby Seery. As previously stated, this is a bespoke service available to Udemy students only. Equally though, this course is easy to follow and makes learning yoga easy and enjoyable! This online yoga course: yoga for beginners, is self paced and offers you complete flexibility. Choose to study at a time and place that suits you, safe in the knowledge that help is always at hand. Although it has been created for beginners, we believe that everyone will find this online yoga course: yoga for beginners beneficial. The course is structured and carefully crafted so that you can start with the basics of yoga and progress at your own speed. You'll learn the terms of yoga and be introduced to a range of movements and poses, designed to bring you an enormous amount of health and well-being benefits. Although some people prefer to practice using a yoga mat, this is not essential.  In fact, you need nothing more than a shirt and shorts to get started - whatever you prefer to wear is just fine, just make sure you can move freely and are not restricted. This online yoga course: yoga for beginners, contains a number of guided classes as well as encouraging you to compose your own bespoke yoga sequences, as you progress and become more confident.  This will help keep you stimulated and motivated to adopt yoga as part of your routine. Online Yoga Course: Yoga for Beginners Course Syllabus: Section 1 – Introduction to Yoga 1.1.   What is Yoga 1.2    The Sutra – A Philosophical Guide for Yoga 1.3    Types of Yoga 1.4    What Do I Need to Practice Yoga 1.5    Yoga and Spirituality Section 2 – Yoga Positives 2.1    Reasons to Try Yoga 2.2    Physical Benefits of Practicing Yoga Section 3 – Before You Begin 3.1    The Best Time to Practice Yoga 3.2    Seven Primary Movements of Yoga 3.3.    What Does a Yoga Session Include 3.4    Things to Note Before Starting Yoga Exercises Section 4 – Yoga Essentials 4.1    Introduction to Yoga Essentials 4.2    Corpse Pose 4.3    Performing The Corpse Pose 4.4    Meditation for Breathing Awareness 4.5    Meditation: Method 1 4.6    Meditation: Method 2 4.7    Meditation: Method 3 Section 5 – Sun Salutations 5.1    Introduction to Sun Salutations 5.2    Initial Class for Sun Salutations 5.3    Individual Postures for Sun Salutation 5.4    Sun Salutation: Method 1 5.5    Sun Salutation: Method 2 5.6    Sun Salutation: Method 3 Section 6 – Yoga Classes 6.1    Introduction to Yoga Classes 6.2    Basic Yoga Class 6.3    Seated Postures Yoga Class 6.4    Standing Postures Yoga Class 6.5    Seated and Standing Yoga Class 6.6    Inversion Yoga Class 6.7    Extended Yoga Class: Number 1 6.8    Extended Yoga Class: Number 2 Section 7 – Conclusion 7.1    Learning Conclusion


Requirements In terms of equipment, you don't need anything. Although some people may prefer to practice using a yoga mat, but this is not essential and is down to preference As yoga is normally practiced barefoot, you don't even have to worry about special footwear. In fact, you can wear anything you choose. As long as you can move freely and are comfortable, then you're ready to go! The course is perfect for complete beginners and as such no previous experience is required The course also take the time to give you some background in relation to the history of yoga and is the perfect introduction to learning the various terms and glossary surrounding yoga. We've made it easy to understand and super enjoyable!

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