CCOG for PE 182J Fall 2022
- Course Number:
- PE 182J
- Course Title:
- Gentle Yoga
- Credit Hours:
- Lecture Hours:
- Lecture/Lab Hours:
- Lab Hours:
Addendum to Course Description
All gentle yoga students are required to participate in a one on one meeting with the instructor to assess the student’s physical and mental needs and goals. Based on the result of the one on one meeting, the class will be adjusted to the overall needs of the students. An average class includes asanas for the major muscle groups, breathing techniques, balance activities, and skills for stress management. This course utilizes the use of equipment to help tailor fit the class to each individual student.
Intended Outcomes for the course
Upon completion of this class students should be able to:
- Utilize skills developed through participation in Vinaysa yoga to help maintain lifelong health and fitness.
- Apply Vinyasa yoga principles, language and techniques to physical conditioning programming.
1) Experience the relationship of the mind, body and spirit
Course Activities and Design
Class is designed to include warm-up, asanas and pranayama
Utilizes props/equipment for balance, breathing techniques and stretching
Students keep records of personal experiences and goals in daily journal
Outcome Assessment Strategies
Successful tracking of goals and yogic experience through the completion of personal journal
Performing asanas and pranayama in a safe and comfortable environment
Completion of a written final essay about the goals that were achieved and how the student plans to continue with skills that they have learned in their daily life
Course Content (Themes, Concepts, Issues and Skills)
Development and progression of:
Introduction to relaxation techniques
Experience the relationship between mind, body and sprit
Introduction to yoga philosophy and language
Elements of an on going yoga practice
Concepts and basics of warm up and cool down
Safety principles in a yoga practice
Applies only to PTE courses used for Related Instruction in certificates of 45 credits or more.