Have you missed taking detailed notes during your Aguahara course? Or have you missed some classes? Maybe you just want to refresh your memory and even practice, but it is too complicated or too expensive to travel and repeat the training in-person.
So here is the solution. You can refresh and learn many movements, even more than you’ve learned in your training, filmed with an underwater camera and from above. And you will not only see the movements, but listen to comments and explanations. You can watch them over and over again, until you fully embody them. A list with all the movements of this online course helps you memorize the names and movement families – in English and Spanish.
Would you like to recall the theory lessons? You can find them as audios and PDFs.
Even though it seems to be long ago that you practiced Aguahara – it is never too late to come back. Your body will remember, for sure.
And even if you frequently give Aguahara sessions – maybe you are bored to always repeat the same movements, so it is time to remember the other ones or learn new ones.
What Will You Learn?
- 25 surface movements and techniques with head float
- 43 surface movements and techniques with head support
- Basic theoretical aspects of Aguahara
- How to give a session
- Practical Working Sheets
Very welcome to this Online Course!
Video – Welcome & Tips08:39
PDF – Tips and Hints for this Aguahara Course
Surface Movements with Pillow/Cushion
Aguahara Surface – PART 119:26
Aguahara Surface – PART 218:33
Surface Movements with Head Support
Aguahara Surface – PART 320:42
Aguahara Surface – PART 421:20
Aguahara Surface – PART 514:01
Aguahara Surface – PART 617:35
Theory Aguahara Level 1
Audio – Basics
Audio – Physical Aspects
Audio – The Session
Useful Working Sheets and Information (pdf)
PDF – Movements & Techniques
PDF – Contraindications and Precautions
PDF – Documentation Sheet
PDF – Agreement (Sample)
PDF – Information for Clients (Sample)
Ethic Code & Guidelines for Aguahara Students and Practicioners
PDF – Ethic Guidelines for Aguahara Students and Practitioners
Audio – Ethic Guidelines for Aguahara Students and Practitioners