CE Workshop | How to Develop an Effective Workshop

July 26, 2023

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About This Event

Attending and hosting workshops is a valuable way to share knowledge and experience with one another as yoga teachers and trainers. If you're interested in offering your own workshop, you may struggle to determine exactly what it is you can offer to students. It's common to get caught up in developing the content; however, the key to designing an effective workshop is to take a systematic approach to solving a problem that really matters to your students.

You’ll come away from this "workshop on workshops" with practical tools for focusing on your intended results and making sure that your students get everything they’d hoped for.

You’ll learn:

  • How to know what kind of workshops you should offer (they may not be the ones you think)
  • A systematic approach to workshop development and marketing
  • Three kinds of benefits you should hardwire into every workshop

About the Presenter

Hari-kirtana das is a yoga teacher, spiritual mentor, and the author of In Search of the Highest Truth: Adventures in Yoga Philosophy. He's been practicing devotional yoga and other yogic disciplines for almost 50 years, has lived in yoga ashrams and intentional spiritual communities, worked for Fortune 500 companies and Silicon Valley start-ups, and brings a wide range of spiritual knowledge and life experience to his classes, workshops, and presentations. Hari began teaching yoga classes in 2009 and has been creating online yoga philosophy courses since 2018. He's on the faculty of numerous Yoga Teacher Training programs and his articles about the enduring relevance of yoga’s ancient wisdom frequently appear in various forums and journals. His forthcoming book, Journey Into the Bhagavad-gita, will be released this summer. He currently lives in Washington DC. with his wife, Elizabeth.

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