Form + Technique Lab
Form + Technique Lab
Summary of the Workshop:
Ever wonder how an instructor moves in that way?! Learn the fundamental alignment principles in yoga postures and how to blend in dynamic movement. Practice and play with dance styles, primal movements techniques, HIIT components, and strength exercises.
What you will learn:
Yoga form assessment with adjustment and correction suggestions.
Opportunities for asana modifications and areas to advance into more challenging variations.
Dive deeper into Buti spirals, shakes, and other signature movements.
Understand high intensity and primal movement concepts in your favorite Buti style.
- Yoga asana form feedback.
- Posture adjustment and muscle engagement suggestions.
- Build knowledge of alignment and body awareness while creating movement with purpose.
- Experience various dynamic Buti style movements set to music in a mini class guide by master trainer Nani Berger.
- Q + A with discussion on movement technique tips and tricks.
- CEU’s available with Yoga Alliance through Nani Berger, YAECP
Meet Your Host:
Nani Kays Berger is an accountant & economist turned fitness instructor living in Portland, Oregon but grew up in Hawaii. She found her passion for teaching yoga & fitness classes and believes every Body can exercise and find the love of movement.
Nani attended her first BUTI Yoga class at the teacher training certification and immediately felt at home with a sense of belonging, connection and purpose. Her goal is to create a space of trust and acceptance. Each class Nani leads is an experience to tap into your own personal power, let go, embrace the moment, and thrive in acceptance. Her classes focus on movement with purpose and proper body alignment, while she smiles and pushes people to their limits.
Nani is a 500hr E-RYT, 200hr E-RYT & YACEP Yoga Teacher, Fitness Instructor and a Lead Buti Master Trainer. She is certified in all Buti formats and in her spare time she can be found practicing yoga, pilates, dancing, or on her paddleboard in the water.