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What Does Sytera Cover in the Nadi Ball Method Training?


One of our most frequently asked questions regarding the Nadi Ball Method Training revolves around program content. What does Sytera cover in this training that makes it ideal for yoga teachers, physical therapists, massage therapists, and individuals intending to add a simple-yet-powerful tool to their practices?


In this post, we’re breaking down each day of the intensive to give you an overview of everything you’ll learn during your time with Sytera. Should you have further questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us here. We’d love to chat with you!


Training Day #1

On the first day of the Nadi Ball Method Training, you’ll learn the fundamentals and experience the power of this method for yourself. Sytera combines elements of strengthening, stretching, myofascial release, and Thai yoga massage in conjunction with the Nadi Balls themselves. As a group, you’ll get to the root of tension, pain, and stress, all while increasing mobility and boosting the immune system. Get ready to feel like the best version of yourself!


The heart of this training lies in the nadi lines, fascia, and chakras, so these topics are covered on day one. You’ll discover how myofascial release with the Nadi Balls and a whole-body approach to wellness can increase energy, facilitate healing, and so much more.


If you’re hoping to make connections with like-minded individuals, this is the training for you! Sytera likes to open this event with introductions and goal-setting so you can meet new people, network, and set intentions for the coming days. There is also an emphasis on asking questions so you can get the most out of your experience. If you want to dive deeper into any of the topics discussed on day one, Sytera is happy to chat with you (or to point you toward any available resources).


Training Day #2

The second day of training digs into the practical application of the Nadi Ball Method. You’ll learn how to use this method with your clients, both in-person and virtually, and Sytera will share specific Nadi Method vignettes that you can integrate into your offerings. These will serve as building blocks and can be modified to accommodate various skill levels. You will also learn some of our favorite “one-liners,” which are a great starting point when you’re new to teaching with the Nadi Balls. As you grow in confidence, you’ll be better equipped to use your own cues, too!


Day two also digs into anatomy. Sytera covers the basics as they relate to your yoga practice, as well as the anatomy of the nadi lines. These topics tie into the chakra system and how to open your energy centers, which is an important aspect of this practice.


When it comes to practical application, the Nadi Method provides ample opportunity to experiment with various yoga poses and whole-body benefits. You might choose to center your class around a specific pose (downward dog, wheel, etc.) or health advantage (relaxation, clarity, energy, increased range of motion, pain relief, etc.). Through certain throat-opening poses, the Nadi Method is also capable of helping your clients find emotional balance. The possibilities are truly endless.


Training Day #3

On the final day of training, Sytera takes your learning one step further so you can “read bodies” and better understand subtle signs that show what’s happening structurally and functionally in your students. They’re kind of like “tells” in poker—but for the health and wellbeing of your clients! These subtle signs can tell you how to provide guidance and hands-on assistance in your classes (even virtual ones).


This is also the first time you’ll practice teaching the Nadi Ball Method. It may sound intimidating right now, but by the time you stand up to guide the class, you’ll be armed with everything you need to succeed. And of course, Sytera will be there to offer tips, tricks, and insights so you can make the most of your first lesson.


In summary, day three allows you to take everything you’ve learned and put it into practice. If you have further questions or need clarification, this is your time to reach out to Sytera. She’s also available post-training if you have any questions as you begin integrating the Nadi Method into your offerings.



 


We hope this post answers any questions you may have regarding the Nadi Ball Method Training curriculum. For more information, feel free to browse our website or reach out to us. We look forward to seeing you in training!