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Selenium Java Made Easy For Beginners (Learn In 30 Days)
Last updated 10/2022
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 37.71 GB | Duration: 78h 48m

Includes Framework Development and Indetailed, Practical and Solution Oriented Videos along with Notes for each topic



What you'll learn
Selenium
Core Java for Selenium

Requirements
No pre-requisites required

Description
If you are a beginner, who want to learn Selenium from scratch without having any Programming knowledge, then this course is for you.If you can complete a video a day, you will be able to complete this course in 30 days.All the pre-requisites like Core Java, Locators etc. are covered in this video course, so you don't have to learn them separately.Even Core Java that is required for learning Selenium is covered in detail and easy way.All the topics are explained in a beginner friendly and easiest way.In 30 days, this optimised and well organised course will make you an expert in Selenium and will boost your confidence like anything.We have also provided the notes, so that you don't have to go through the videos again and again. Go through the videos once and later use the notes to recollect and prepare fast when needed and for interviews.The below are the topics covered in this course:IntroductionLocatorsXPath Expressions Cheat-sheetCSS Selectors Cheat-sheetCore Java for Selenium in detailWebDriver Commands in detailSelenium and different browsersHandling AlertsHandling WindowsWaiting MechanismHandling FramesHandling LightboxActions ClassKeys ClassTaking ScreenshotsAuto Suggestive Drop-downsHandling TablesHandling CalendarMavenWebDriverManagerEnd to End Scenario automationDebugging ScriptsTestNGSelenium GridPropertiesSelectorsHubMaven CommandsJenkinsExtent ReportsPOI APILog4jAccessing Test Data from DatabasePage Object Model and Page FactoryCucumber and BDD,Developing a frameworkGitGitHubSauceLabs.

Overview
Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Day 1 - Introduction to Selenium (Video)

Lecture 2 Day 1 - Introduction to Selenium (Notes)

Lecture 3 Use SelectorsHub in place of ChroPath

Lecture 4 SelectorsHub - The Best Alternative

Lecture 5 Day 2 - Locators (Video)

Lecture 6 Day 2 - Locators (Notes)

Section 2: Java for Selenium

Lecture 7 Day 3 - Java (Part 1) - Getting Started with Java (Video)

Lecture 8 Day 3 - Java (Part 1) - Getting Started with Java (Notes)

Lecture 9 Day 4 - Java (Part 2) - Variables, Data Types, Literals and Operators (Video)

Lecture 10 Day 4 - Java (Part 2) - Variables, Data Types, Literals and Operators (Notes)

Lecture 11 Day 5 - Java (Part 3) - Flow Control Statements (Video)

Lecture 12 Day 5 - Java (Part 3) - Flow Control Statements (Notes)

Lecture 13 Day 6 - Java (Part 4) - Arrays, Methods and Variables (Video)

Lecture 14 Day 6 - Java (Part 4) - Arrays, Methods and Variables (Notes)

Lecture 15 Day 7 - Java (Part 5) - Classes, Objects, Strings and Wrapper Classes (Video)

Lecture 16 Day 7 - Java (Part 5) - Classes, Objects, Strings and Wrapper Classes (Notes)

Lecture 17 Day 8 - Java (Part 6) - Consturctors, this, Overloading and Packages (Video)

Lecture 18 Day 8 - Java (Part 6) - Consturctors, this, Overloading and Packages (Notes)

Lecture 19 Day 9 - Java (Part 7) - Inheritance, Overriding and Modifiers (Video)

Lecture 20 Day 9 - Java (Part 7) - Inheritance, Overriding and Modifiers (Notes)

Lecture 21 Day 10 - Java (Part 8) - Interfaces and Exception Handling (Video)

Lecture 22 Day 10 - Java (Part 8) - Interfaces and Exception Handling (Notes)

Lecture 23 Day 11 - Java (Part 9) - Handling Files and Collections Framework (Video)

Lecture 24 Day 11 - Java (Part 9) - Handling Files and Collections Framework (Notes)

Section 3: Selenium WebDriver

Lecture 25 Day 12 - WebDriver (Introduction, Downloading, Configuration and API Commands

Lecture 26 Day 12 - Notes

Lecture 27 Day 13 - WebDriver API Commands and Executing Scripts on different browsers

Lecture 28 Day 13 - Notes

Lecture 29 Day 14 - Handling Windows, Alerts, Drop-downs, Multi-Selection,Waiting Mechanism

Lecture 30 Day 14 - Notes

Lecture 31 Day 15 - XPath Expressions - Cheatsheet (Part 1)

Lecture 32 Day 15 - Notes

Lecture 33 Day 16 - XPath Expressions - Cheatsheet (Part 2)

Lecture 34 Day 16 - Notes

Lecture 35 Day 17 - CSS Selectors - Cheatsheet

Lecture 36 Day 17 - Notes

Lecture 37 Day 18 - Handling Frames, Lightbox, Actions class and Keys class

Lecture 38 Day 18 - Notes

Lecture 39 Day 19 - Taking Screenshots, Handling Auto-suggest Dropdowns, Calendar & Tables

Lecture 40 Day 19 - Notes

Section 4: Framework Concepts

Lecture 41 Day 20 - Maven, WebDriverManager, Automating End to End scenario and Debugging

Lecture 42 Day 20 - Notes

Lecture 43 Day 21 - TestNG (Part 1) - Installation,Configuration,Annotations and Assertions

Lecture 44 Day 21 - Notes

Lecture 45 Day 22 - TestNG (Part 2) - testng.xml, Commenting,Groups and attributes

Lecture 46 Day 22 - Notes

Lecture 47 Day23 - TestNG Parameterization,Listeners,DataDrivenTesting & Parallel Execution

Lecture 48 Day 23 - Notes

Lecture 49 Day 24 - Selenium Grid, Properties (Global Parameters) and SelectorsHub Addon

Lecture 50 Day 24 - Notes

Lecture 51 Day 25 - Maven Commands and Jenkins

Lecture 52 Day 25 - Notes

Lecture 53 Day 26 - Extent Reports and POI API

Lecture 54 Day 26 - Notes

Lecture 55 Day 27 - Log4j2 and Test Data from Database

Lecture 56 Day 27 - Notes

Lecture 57 Day 28 - Page Object Model, Page Factory and AutoIt

Lecture 58 Day 28 - Notes

Lecture 59 Day 29 - Cucumber and BDD (Part 1) - Installing,Feature Files & Step Definitions

Lecture 60 Day 29 - Notes

Lecture 61 Day 30 - Cucumber and BDD (Part 2) - Runner, Scenario Outline & Background

Lecture 62 Day 30 - Notes

Lecture 63 Day 31 - Cucumber and BDD (Part 3) - Regular Expressions, Report and Tags

Lecture 64 Day 31 - Notes

Lecture 65 Day 32 - Cucumber & BDD (Part 4) - Hooks, DataTables, Integrating TestNG & Maven

Lecture 66 Day 32 - Notes

Section 5: Developing a Framework and Automating Live Project

Lecture 67 Day 33 - Developing a Framework and Automating Live Project (Part 1)

Lecture 68 Day 33 - Notes

Lecture 69 Day 34 - Developing a Framework and Automating Live Project (Part 2)

Lecture 70 Day 34 - Notes

Lecture 71 Download Framework Here

Section 6: Git, GitHub and SauceLabs

Lecture 72 Day 35 - Git, GitHub and SauceLabs

Lecture 73 Day 35 - Notes

If you are a Beginner and want to finish up learning Selenium in 30 days, then this course is for you.,And also this course is also for Beginners who want to learn Selenium along with Core Java that is required for learning Selenium.



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Self Paced 200 hrs Yoga Teacher training course part 1
Published 1/2023
Created by Acharya Vinay
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 100 Lectures ( 28h 54m ) | Size: 32.4 GB



Yoga alliance certified Yoga teacher training course. Hatha yoga, Vinyasa yoga, Yin yoga.



What you'll learn
Develop Professional Skills to Teach Yoga
Learn about the History & Tradition of Yoga as a discipline of body, mind and spiritual well being
Understand the Yogic practices in a modern light
Comprehensive practice of Yoga asanas, pranayama, mudras, bandhas, Yoga Nidra, Meditations.
Skill to conduct yoga classes for beginner and intermediate level students
Design & Develop your own yoga classes based upon the group requirements.
Learn Anatomy & Physiology of Yogic practices and their impact on our health & well being
Teach Yoga with confidence
Develop Your own self practise, confidence, stamina, will power, breath control, energy and mental peace.

Requirements
Prerequisites are previous experience in Yoga practise and study for atleast a year is an advantage.
If you have had some study before hand, it will be easier for you to understand the concepts deeply. However this does not restrict you from taking up this course.

Description
This course is designed to train the students for the 200 hours standards of yoga alliance accredition. The curriculum cover the study and practice of necessary subjects of Yoga Philosophy, Yoga Anatomy, Alignment and adjustment, hatha yoga hatha vinyasa & pranayama. On successful completion students will be eligible to obtain the 200 hours yoga ttc certificate. The course is designed to address all aspects of yoga, particularly emphasizing the systematic eight principles of Ashtanga yoga addressed in the Yoga Sutra channeled by Patanjali, at least 5000 years ago, with equal weight on each principle so that the students become familiar with the essence of classical yogic paths. This is a theoretical and experiential course. Theories give understanding conceptually, and experience provides us the meaning to the theories. Swami Sivananda once said, An ounce of practice is equal to a ton of theory. Both, however, are necessary for us to have a thorough understanding of yoga tradition. Tradition keeps teachings alive. You become a part of tradition when you become a teacher and practitioner. You will teach based on your direct experience and direct knowing (wisdom), and the most importantly you directly connect to your teachers, the teachers before your teachers and beyond. It traces all the way back to the ancient yoga masters, the rishis, and the lineage of masters of yoga. You will serve as a conduit to pass down the teaching and knowledge to others. This is the true teaching, teaching without ego. We no longer are the doers but conscious indwellers.

Who this course is for
This course is for all aspiring yoga teachers, yoga practitioners, and those who are looking for a perfect harmony in their bodies and minds. This course will teach you how to implement yogic principles in your teaching and daily living.



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Hypnosis, yoga and nutrition for complete body confidence
Published 1/2023
Created by Body Freedom Tribe Laura Helm, Emma Freyschuss, Amy Millar
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 95 Lectures ( 26h 2m ) | Size: 27.1 GB



Body Freedom Tribe: Transform your life and nourish your body: A hypnotherapy, yoga, nutrition, and fitness masterclass



What you'll learn
Empower women on how to nourish their bodies through nutritional education.
Remove negative subconscious beliefs and behaviours in relationship with food and improve self image using hypnotherapy.
Increase confidence and fitness levels through yoga practice and personalised workout sessions and plans
Reduce stress and improve health
Improve metabolism, stop binge eating and lose weight through hypnotherapy and nutritional education.

Requirements
No experience needed, just the desire for change...

Description
During our combined careers as therapists, nutritionists and movement specialists we have worked with countless number of women with issues around their weight, eating habits and body image. Women who have a negative relationship with food and with their bodies, who use food as a source of comfort or as a tool to punish themselves, women who feel guilt and shame for the food they consume.Joining forces and combining our specialist skills, we have created a holistic program that will enable you to once and for all find freedom in your body.This 10-week online course will educate and empower women on how to nourish their bodies, remove negative subconscious programming surrounding body image and their relationship with food, increase confidence and fitness levels, reduce stress and ultimately improve their health.Throughout the 10 weeks you will work through and release negative subconscious programming and traumas associated with food consumption and body image. Letting go of limiting beliefs preventing you from committing to your health and wellbeing goals, you will begin to see an increase in your energy and motivation levels, along with a decrease in stress.Through our expert nutritional advice and guidance you will learn how to effectively nourish your body leaving you feeling balanced and energised on a day to day basis. Learning how to use food as a tool for optimum mental and physical health.Our Yoga sessions are intelligently designed to release stress and tension held in the body and mind. Through our weekly sessions you will develop a deeper connection between body and mind, improving your self image along with increasing your strength, flexibility, balance and endurance. Each lesson is tied to the hypnotherapy session of that week as we work on optimising metabolism, detoxing practices, improving digestion, as well as balancing the chakras associated with binge eating, anxiety, finding our voice etc.Our Pranayama breath work practices will improve lung function, reduce anxiety, and along with Meditation promote relaxation and mindfulness.Whatever your level of experience, age or condition, within our fitness sessions there is a movement and training style accessible to you. All workouts can be performed at home with little to no equipment.Sessions will range from Low Impact - Muscle Building classes to High Intensity - Fat Burning sessions.Our goal is to help you find joy and freedom in your body through movement and nutritional education

Who this course is for
Body Freedom Tribe is a 10-week online course designed to revolutionise your relationship with food and help you find freedom and love within your body. Using a holistic approach infusing hypnotherapy, yoga, fitness and nutrition to enable women to step out of the cycle of body shaming and into empowered self love. Throughout the 10 weeks you will work through and release negative subconscious programming and traumas associated with food consumption and body image. Letting go of limiting beliefs preventing you from committing to your health and wellbeing goals, you will begin to see an increase in your energy and motivation levels, along with a decrease in stress. Through our expert nutritional advice and guidance you will learn how to effectively nourish your body leaving you feeling balanced and energised on a day to day basis. Learning how to use food as a tool for optimum mental and physical health. Our Yoga sessions are intelligently designed to release stress and tension held in the body and mind. Through our weekly sessions you will develop a deeper connection between body and mind, improving your self image along with increasing your strength, flexibility, balance and endurance. Each lesson is tied to the hypnotherapy session of that week as we work on optimising metabolism, detoxing practices, improving digestion, as well as balancing the chakras associated with binge eating, anxiety, finding our voice etc. Our Pranayama breath work practices will improve lung function, reduce anxiety, and along with Meditation promote relaxation and mindfulness. Whatever your level of experience, age or condition, within our fitness sessions there is a movement and training style accessible to you. All workouts can be performed at home with little to no equipment. Sessions will range from Low Impact - Muscle Building classes to High Intensity - Fat Burning sessions. Our goal is to help you find joy and freedom in your body through movement and nutritional education.
Women who want to improve their relationship with their bodies and food.



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Self Paced 200 Hours Hatha Yoga Teacher Training Course
Published 1/2023
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 32.43 GB | Duration: 28h 54m

Yoga alliance certified Yoga teacher training course. Hatha yoga, Vinyasa yoga, Yin yoga.



What you'll learn
Develop Professional Skills to Teach Yoga
Learn about the History & Tradition of Yoga as a discipline of body, mind and spiritual well being
Understand the Yogic practices in a modern light
Comprehensive practice of Yoga asanas, pranayama, mudras, bandhas, Yoga Nidra, Meditations.
Skill to conduct yoga classes for beginner and intermediate level students
Design & Develop your own yoga classes based upon the group requirements.
Learn Anatomy & Physiology of Yogic practices and their impact on our health & well being
Teach Yoga with confidence
Develop Your own self practise, confidence, stamina, will power, breath control, energy and mental peace.

Requirements
Prerequisites are previous experience in Yoga practise and study for atleast a year is an advantage.
If you have had some study before hand, it will be easier for you to understand the concepts deeply. However this does not restrict you from taking up this course.

Description
This course is designed to train the students for the 200 hours standards of yoga alliance accredition. The curriculum cover the study and practice of necessary subjects of Yoga Philosophy, Yoga Anatomy, Alignment and adjustment, hatha yoga hatha vinyasa & pranayama. On successful completion students will be eligible to obtain the 200 hours yoga ttc certificate. The course is designed to address all aspects of yoga, particularly emphasizing the systematic eight principles of Ashtanga yoga addressed in the Yoga Sutra channeled by Patanjali, at least 5000 years ago, with equal weight on each principle so that the students become familiar with the essence of classical yogic paths. This is a theoretical and experiential course. Theories give understanding conceptually, and experience provides us the meaning to the theories. Swami Sivananda once said, An ounce of practice is equal to a ton of theory. Both, however, are necessary for us to have a thorough understanding of yoga tradition. Tradition keeps teachings alive. You become a part of tradition when you become a teacher and practitioner. You will teach based on your direct experience and direct knowing (wisdom), and the most importantly you directly connect to your teachers, the teachers before your teachers and beyond. It traces all the way back to the ancient yoga masters, the rishis, and the lineage of masters of yoga. You will serve as a conduit to pass down the teaching and knowledge to others. This is the true teaching, teaching without ego. We no longer are the doers but conscious indwellers.

Overview
Section 1: Opening statement and Introduction to the course

Lecture 1 Introduction

Section 2: Yoga Philosophy Discourses

Lecture 2 History of Yoga Vol 1

Lecture 3 History of Yoga Vol 2

Lecture 4 History of Yoga Vol 3

Lecture 5 Yoga Darshan : Core principles 1

Lecture 6 Yoga Darshan : Core principles 2

Lecture 7 Yoga Darshan : Core principles 3

Lecture 8 Yoga Darshan : Core Principles 4

Lecture 9 Yoga Darshan : Yogic personality types

Section 3: Yoga Sutras of Patanjali

Lecture 10 Yoga Sutras: Introduction to the Sutras

Lecture 11 Yoga Sutras: Discipline of Yoga

Lecture 12 Yoga Sutras : Definition of Yoga

Lecture 13 Yoga Sutras: Real Vs. Unreal

Lecture 14 Yoga Sutras : Vrittis (the patterns of consciousness)

Lecture 15 Ashtang Yoga 1 : Yama

Lecture 16 Ashtang Yoga 2 : Niyama

Lecture 17 Ashtang Yoga 3 : Asana

Lecture 18 Ashtang Yoga 4 : Pranayama 1

Lecture 19 Ashtang Yoga 5: Pranayama 2

Lecture 20 Ashtang Yoga 6 : Pranayama 3

Lecture 21 Ashtang Yoga 8 : Pratyahara 1

Lecture 22 Ashtang Yoga 7 : Pranayama 4

Lecture 23 Ashtang Yoga 9 : Pratyahara 2

Lecture 24 Ashtang Yoga 10 : Dharana 1

Lecture 25 Ashtang Yoga 11 : Dhyana Samadhi

Section 4: Hatha Yoga : The science of Energy

Lecture 26 Hatha Yoga 1

Lecture 27 Hatha Yoga 2

Section 5: Yoga Anatomy & Physiology

Lecture 28 Introduction : Why Study Anatomy?

Lecture 29 Yoga Anatomy : Planes of movement in human body

Lecture 30 Yoga Anatomy : Terms of Movement 1

Lecture 31 Yoga Anatomy : Terms of Movement 2

Lecture 32 Skeletal System | Introduction to Major bones 1

Lecture 33 Skeletal System vol 2

Lecture 34 Skeletal system vol 3

Lecture 35 Skeletal System vol 4

Lecture 36 Skeletal System vol 5

Lecture 37 Skeletal System vol 6

Lecture 38 Skeletal System vol 7

Lecture 39 Skeletal System vol 7.1

Lecture 40 Skeletal System vol 8

Lecture 41 Skeletal System vol 9

Lecture 42 Skeletal System vol 10

Lecture 43 Skeletal System vol 11

Lecture 44 Skeletal System vol 12

Lecture 45 Skeletal System vol 13

Section 6: Skeleton Surface Anatomy

Lecture 46 Surface Anatomy vol 1

Lecture 47 Surface Anatomy vol 2

Lecture 48 Surface Anatomy vol 3

Lecture 49 Surface Anatomy vol 4

Lecture 50 Surface Anatomy vol 5

Section 7: The Muscular System

Lecture 51 Muscular system vol 1

Lecture 52 Muscular system vol 2

Lecture 53 Muscular System vol 2

Lecture 54 Muscular system vol 3

Lecture 55 Muscular system vol 4

Lecture 56 Muscular system vol 5

Lecture 57 Muscular System vol 6

Lecture 58 Muscular system vol 7

Lecture 59 Muscular system vol 8

Lecture 60 Muscular system vol 9

Lecture 61 Muscular system vol 10

Lecture 62 Muscular system vol 11

Lecture 63 Muscular system vol 12

Lecture 64 Muscular system vol 13

Lecture 65 Muscular system vol 14

Lecture 66 Muscular system vol 15

Section 8: Respiratory System

Lecture 67 Respiratory system vol 1

Lecture 68 Respiratory system vol 2

Lecture 69 Respiratory system vol 3

Lecture 70 Respiratory system vol 4

Lecture 71 Respiratory system vol 5

Lecture 72 Respiratory system vol 6

Lecture 73 Respiratory system vol 7

Lecture 74 Respiratory system vol 8

Lecture 75 Respiratory system vol 9

Lecture 76 Respiratory system vol 10

Section 9: Hatha Yoga Asana sessions

Lecture 77 Hatha Yoga vol 1

Lecture 78 Hatha Yoga vol 2

Lecture 79 Hatha Yoga vol 3

Lecture 80 Yin Yoga

Lecture 81 Hatha Yoga vol 4

Lecture 82 Hatha Yoga Vol 5

Lecture 83 Hatha Yoga Vol 6

Lecture 84 Hatha Yoga Vol 7

Lecture 85 Hatha Yoga Vol 8

Lecture 86 Hatha Vinyasa 1

Lecture 87 Yin Yoga 2

Lecture 88 Vinyasa Flow 2

Lecture 89 Hatha Yoga vol 9

Section 10: BioMechanics of Selected Asanas

Lecture 90 BioMechanics of Yoga vol 1

Lecture 91 BioMechanics of Yoga vol 2

Lecture 92 BioMechanics of Yoga vol 3

Section 11: Asana Alignment Series

Lecture 93 Alignment series vol 1

Lecture 94 Alignment series vol 2

Lecture 95 Alignment series vol 3

Lecture 96 Alignment series vol 4

Lecture 97 Alignment series vol 5

Lecture 98 Alignment series vol 6

Lecture 99 Alignment series vol 7

Lecture 100 Alignment series vol 8

This course is for all aspiring yoga teachers, yoga practitioners, and those who are looking for a perfect harmony in their bodies and minds. This course will teach you how to implement yogic principles in your teaching and daily living.

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BeachBody - 30 Days BreakAway - Week 5 + Bonus
Released 06/2022
MP4 | Video: h264, 1920x1080 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 42 Lessons (15h 48m) | Size: 31.4 GB



A powerful combo of running and resistance training helps accelerate fat loss as you tone your entire body. In just 30 days, you ll be fitter, faster, and ready to crush a 5K

Is 30 Day Breakaway Right for Me?
30 Day Breakaway combines running and resistance training to help you burn fat as you tone your entire body, fast. Super Trainer Idalis Velazquez shows you how to train the right way even if you ve never run before or haven t tried in years so you can power a total-body transformation and crush a 5K in just 30 days.

What Are the Workouts Like?
Idalis lets you set the pace, with a perfect balance of resistance training followed by running drills that gradually progress. You ll get fitter and faster with this super-effective mix of running and lifting up to 5 days a week, around 40 minutes a day, starting with three walks or runs a week that progressively build up to five until Day 30 when you complete a 5k.

Tools and Equipment
Read the 30 Day Breakaway Get Started Guide to prepare for the program and download the Workout Calendar to see your day s workout and track your progress. The Beachbody Guide to Nutrition and accompanying Introduction to Nutrition videos will show you how to eat to optimize your results. You ll need a set of light, medium, and heavy dumbbells, resistance loops, a foam roller, and a good pair of running shoes.

Nutrition for a Healthier Body and Mind
Beachbody s nutrition programs have made it easier for millions of people to eat healthier and make simple lifestyle changes that are easy to stick with. Created by Autumn Calabrese, Portion Fix shows you how eating the right portions helps you reach your goals no counting calories or eliminating your favorite foods required. With 2B Mindset, creator Ilana Muhlstein, MS, RDN, helps you lose weight happily by focusing on what you can eat, instead of what you can t. You ll never feel hungry or deprived. Need help choosing the right nutrition program for you? To find the right program for your lifestyle, visit FindMyProgramTool.com.



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Boost Your Confidence: Public Speaking For Young Achievers
Published 10/2023
MP4 | Video: h264, 1920x1080 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 20.44 GB | Duration: 11h 39m

Master the Mic: From College Grad to Corporate Influencer



What you'll learn
Ever felt those jittery nerves before speaking in public? Don't worry! You'll walk into interviews, team and client meetings feeling like you own the room.
Imagine having the power to move people with your words, getting them on board with your ideas, and maybe even inspire a few along the way. We'll get you there!
Part of a global team? We'll tone down that mother tongue influence and polish up your English pronunciations, so you sound like a true global citizen.
Everyone loves a good story, right? Learn how to weave your own tales that captivate and connect, whether it's for a presentation or just a casual chat.
It's all about making those real, genuine connections. You'll learn how to really "get" your audience, building bonds that go beyond just words.
Slide decks, speeches, demos - you name it! By the end, you'll know how to craft presentations that not only inform but spark action.
Armed with your new communication prowess, you're not just landing your dream job but soaring through the ranks. Bosses and recruiters - everyone will see it!
Being visible on the platform, addressing a vast audience, positions you as an authority in your field. Stand out and shine!
Elevate your personal brand! Showcasing expertise and authenticity will set you apart, making a lasting impression on your audience. Stand out and thrive!
Boost your visibility within and beyond your organization. Propel your career forward with promotions and attract inbound job offers.
So, in a nutshell? This isn't just a course. It's your ticket to becoming a communication maestro, making real connections, and boosting your career big time.
Excited? We sure are! Let's get started! ?

Requirements
Basic Communication Skills: Students should be comfortable with English, as the course will be delivered in this language.
Willingness to Participate: This course is interactive, and students will benefit most by actively engaging in exercises and assignments.
Access to Basic Tech: A device with internet access to view course materials. A webcam or smartphone camera for recording practice sessions is beneficial but not mandatory.
Open to Constructive Feedback: Students will benefit from peer and instructor feedback. Being receptive will accelerate learning.
Udemy Account: If not already, students will need to sign up for a Udemy account to access course materials and participate in discussions.
Time Commitment: While students can progress at their own pace, setting aside dedicated time for practice will ensure maximum benefits.
Active Participation in Discussions: Udemy's platform offers discussion forums. Engaging here can provide additional insights and clarify doubts.
Technical Basics: A basic understanding of how to navigate Udemy, play video lectures, participate in quizzes, and utilize course resources.

Description
Whether you're stepping into the professional world after college or looking to hone your skills as a young professional, effective public speaking can set you apart in today's competitive landscape.Welcome to "Public Speaking for Young Achievers," a comprehensive guide not only tailored for recent graduates but also for young professionals eager to refine their communication prowess. This course is designed to help you command rooms, inspire audiences, and make lasting impressions in the corporate world.Here's what you'll achieve with us:Unshakable Confidence: Leave behind the jitters. Embrace the confidence to lead meetings, drive initiatives, and voice your ideas.Professional Presentation Skills: Whether it's a team meeting, a client pitch, or a leadership address, learn to articulate with clarity and conviction.Influential Communication: Influence peers, seniors, and subordinates alike. Drive change and motivate teams with your words.Global Reach: Navigate global roles with ease. Neutralize local accents and connect seamlessly with international colleagues and clients.Pristine Pronunciation: Enhance your clarity. Ensure every word lands, every time, irrespective of the audience.Storytelling Mastery: Engage and connect through stories, making even the most complex ideas memorable and relatable.Career Amplification: Whether you're eyeing that promotion, seeking a role switch, or simply looking to be the go-to person for presentations, elevate your career trajectory with top-tier communication skills."Public Speaking for Young Achievers" is more than a course it's a transformative journey. It's about ensuring that whether you're in meetings, leading projects, or at networking events, you're not just seen but remembered as a communication maestro.If you're passionate about leaving a mark in your industry, strengthening your professional brand, and ensuring your voice is heard and valued, "Public Speaking for Young Achievers" is the key to unlocking your full potential.

Overview
Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Welcome To The Public Speaking Course For Young Achievers

Lecture 2 Public Speaking Course Overview

Section 2: How To Overcome Stage Fear

Lecture 3 Introduction

Lecture 4 Separating The Facts From The Myths

Lecture 5 Setting A Clear And Precise Goal

Lecture 6 The Role Of Passion In Gaining Confidence On The Platform

Lecture 7 Repetition Is The Mother Of Skill - Start Doing It More Often

Lecture 8 Fill Your Mind With Relevant Content Ahead Of The Public Address

Lecture 9 Role Of Preparation In Gaining Confidence On The Platform

Lecture 10 Reframe Negative Self-Talk

Lecture 11 Accessing Personal Resources - The Circle Of Excellence

Lecture 12 Why Acting Confident Leads To Feeling Confident? - The Science Behind It

Lecture 13 The Easiest Way To Get Out Of The 'Flight Or Flight' Response

Section 3: Opening And Closing A Talk

Lecture 14 Introduction

Lecture 15 Dos and Don'ts

Lecture 16 Grabbing Your Audience's Attention By Throwing A Shocking Fact At Them

Lecture 17 Arresting Your Audience's Attention By Telling Them A Compelling Story

Lecture 18 Asking A Question To Grab Your Audience's Attention

Lecture 19 Public Display of Something To Grab Your Audience's Attention

Lecture 20 Closing Your Talk By Summarizing Your Key Points

Lecture 21 What Should Your Audience Do After Your Talk? What Is The Appeal For Action?

Lecture 22 Show Your Audience The Bigger Picture During The Closing

Lecture 23 Sharing An Inspiring Vision With Your Audience During The Closing

Lecture 24 Using A Poetical Closing To Inspire Your Audience

Section 4: Presentation Skills - The Scientific Way Of Delivering An inspiring Talk

Lecture 25 Introduction

Lecture 26 First Essential Element Of An Inspiring Talk

Lecture 27 Second Essential Element Of An Inspiring Talk | Learn About Speech Structure

Lecture 28 Third Essential Essential Of An Inspiring Talk

Lecture 29 All You Need To Know About Creating Compelling Presentation Slides

Section 5: Storytelling - The Art Of Connecting With People On A Much Deeper Level

Lecture 30 Introduction

Lecture 31 The Man Who Got The Longest Standing Ovation

Lecture 32 Breaking Down The Barrier Between You And Your Audience

Lecture 33 What's Going On Inside The Brain Of Your Audience When You Tell Them Stories?

Lecture 34 What Kind Of Stories Can You Tell Your Audience For Maximum Impact?

Lecture 35 Various Elements Of A Great Story

Section 6: Choosing The Method Of Delivery That Suits Your Natural Style

Lecture 36 Introduction

Lecture 37 Advantages And Disadvantages Of Going The Scripted Route

Lecture 38 Different Methods - Taking The Scripted Route

Lecture 39 Advantages And Disadvantages Of Going The Unscripted Route

Lecture 40 Different Methods - Taking The Unscripted Route

Section 7: Communication Skills Part 1 - Accent Neutralization and Perfect Pronunciation

Lecture 41 Introduction

Lecture 42 Understanding The Process Of Communication

Lecture 43 Speak English Better: Natural Methods for Improvement

Lecture 44 Laying The Foundation For Speech Training

Lecture 45 1st Elementary Sound In English

Lecture 46 2nd Elementary Sound In English

Lecture 47 3rd Elementary Sound In English

Lecture 48 4th Elementary Sound In English

Lecture 49 5th Elementary Sound In English

Lecture 50 6th Elementary Sound In English

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Lecture 83 39th Elementary Sound In English

Lecture 84 40th Elementary Sound In English

Lecture 85 41th Elementary Sound In English

Lecture 86 42nd Elementary Sound In English

Lecture 87 43rd Elementary Sound In English

Lecture 88 44th Elementary Sound In English

Lecture 89 Difference Between Similar Sounding Sounds

Lecture 90 Perfecting Your English Pronunciation With Syllable Stress

Section 8: Communication Skills Part 2 - Voice Modulation

Lecture 91 Introduction

Lecture 92 Rate Of Speech

Lecture 93 Emphasis

Lecture 94 Rhythm

Lecture 95 Pausing

Lecture 96 Pitch

Lecture 97 Intonation

Lecture 98 Practice - Sample Speech

Section 9: Mastering Body Language: Commanding the Stage with Impactful Gestures

Lecture 99 Introduction

Lecture 100 All About Hand Gestures On Stage

Lecture 101 Making Eye Contact On Stage

Lecture 102 Body Language Mistakes To Avoid On Stage

Section 10: How To Prepare For Public Speaking - Secrets from the World's Best Speakers

Lecture 103 Gaining Fluency On Stage - Strategies Followed By The Best Speakers In The World

Lecture 104 Importance Of Knowledge And How To Acquire It

Lecture 105 Role Of Practice

Lecture 106 Roadblock Removal

Section 11: Mastering Powerful Tones: Beyond Voice Modulation

Lecture 107 Introduction

Lecture 108 Good Voice Production - Technique No. 1

Lecture 109 Good Voice Production - Technique No. 2

Lecture 110 Good Voice Production - Technique No. 3

Section 12: Memory Mastery: Recalling Talks with Precision and Impact

Lecture 111 Training Your Memory To Deliver A Blockbuster Speech

Lecture 112 Time To Act And Be Fearless: Public Speaking Self-Assessment

This Public Speaking course is tailor-made for ambitious college graduates ready to kickstart their professional journey. Whether you're gearing up for job interviews, planning to navigate corporate meetings, or aspire to lead team presentations, this course will empower you with the communication prowess you need to stand out. If you're a recent grad eager to make a lasting impression in the professional world, this course is your launchpad. Join us and unlock the secrets to persuasive and impactful public speaking.



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Hip Hop Dance For Beginners 2021
Last updated 8/2021
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 20.85 GB | Duration: 12h 7m

Learn 12 Beginning Hip Hop Dance Routines Without Stepping Foot In a Dance Studio



What you'll learn
Comfortably perform hip hop choreography
Understand basic 8 counts
Know how to perform without a boring facial expression
Use the choreography for their own purposes (wedding dance routines, quinceanera, etc)
Understand basic hip hop grooves, movement, and footowork


Requirements
Room to dance
Determination to practice, you're not going to be perfect at the first round
Comfortable clothes they can dance in.
Willingness to try new things
Open to feeling uncomfortable before getting comfortable (It's a new skill)


Description
Updates:New Routine to BTS - "Permission To Dance"Course fully updated on August 2021Learn and Master 13 SIMPLE Hip Hop Routines To Your Favorite Songs!Have you ever... wanted to learn hip hop dance but felt too shy to go to a studio or don't have a studio nearby to learn?Would you like to learn to dance but feel like you may be too old or uncoordinated to dance?What if I showed you how to dance by teaching you simple, step-by-step routines to some of your favorite songs without having to leave your home?Does that sound/look/feel good to you?Don't worry, my friends! I've got your back! You'll be learning basic routines that will get you jump-started in really learning how to move and groove. If you've ever seen crews such as Kinjas, Poreotics, Mix'd Elements, Jabbawockees, they all started at the same place: THE BEGINNING. They weren't magically professionals.I created this dance course for absolute beginners. No dance experience is needed. So if you're a dancer with 2-3 years' experience, this class is NOT for you.Now if you're ready and you're excited to learn more about your course, let me give you a little taste of that course.Sound good to you?You excited? Good!Here's what I'll be teaching you:Basics of understanding eight countsHow to move to the music and be on beat.Textures so your dance doesn't look monotonousHow to perform without looking like a deer in the headlights.The focus of this class: You understanding the dance and feeling confident about yourself.I take you through a series of routines that are broken down to the finest detail so you can perform it in your very own home.Whether you're looking for choreography to learn or moves to just be able to use on the dance floor, this class is perfect for you.This class is constantly being updated with new routines with the most up-to-date music. You can use these routines for your weddings, quinceaneras, talent shows, or the dance floor. It's entirely up to you.By the end of this class, you'll be able to perform these routines with ease and feel confident in yourself as a dancer. You can use these routines for your own purposes such as a wedding, bar mitzvah, talent show, etc.Can you imagine what learning how to dance will do for you?Imagine in the future how you'll feel when you can better move to the music, hear music 10x better than your average person... you'll never look at yourself the same again because you'll be a much groovier, better version of yourself.And that starts with you making a choice.You've got a great idea of how the course works by now, and I hope you're ready and feeling excited. Enroll now to get stared on your class.

Overview
Section 1: The Basics

Lecture 1 Why You'll Love This Course

Lecture 2 How You Can Contact Me

Lecture 3 How You Can Help Me Make This Course Better

Lecture 4 How You Can Get Better

Lecture 5 WATCH BEFRORE LEARNING: How You'll Be Learning From Each Class

Section 2: Feedback From Students

Lecture 6 Steve Yurida

Lecture 7 Annett Bone

Lecture 8 Danny Barcelon

Section 3: The Weeknd - Save Your Tears

Lecture 9 Preview

Lecture 10 1st Eight Count

Lecture 11 1st Eight Count - Music

Lecture 12 2nd Eight Count

Lecture 13 1st to 2nd Eight Count - Music

Lecture 14 3rd Eight Count

Lecture 15 1st to 3rd Eight Count - Music

Lecture 16 4th Eight Count

Lecture 17 1st to 4th Eight Count - Music

Lecture 18 5th & 6th Eight Count

Lecture 19 Everything with Music

Section 4: Usher - Numb

Lecture 20 Preview

Lecture 21 1st Eight Count No Music

Lecture 22 1st Eight Count with Music

Lecture 23 2nd Eight Count No Music

Lecture 24 2nd Eight Count with Music

Lecture 25 3rd Eight Count No Music

Lecture 26 3rd Eight Count with Music

Lecture 27 4th Eight Count No Music

Lecture 28 Everything with Music

Section 5: Ariana Grande - Greedy (Added 7.28.2019)

Lecture 29 Preview

Lecture 30 1st Eight Count no Music

Lecture 31 1st Eight Count with Music

Lecture 32 2nd Eight Count no Music

Lecture 33 2nd Eight Count with Music

Lecture 34 3rd Eight Count No Music

Lecture 35 3rd Eight Count with Music

Lecture 36 4th Eight Count No Music

Lecture 37 Everything with Music

Section 6: Drake - In My Feelings Hip Hop Dance Tutorial (NEW)

Lecture 38 PREVIEW: Drake - In My Feelings Hip Hop Dance Tutorial

Lecture 39 1st Eight Count No Music

Lecture 40 1st Eight Count w- Music

Lecture 41 2nd Eight Count no Music

Lecture 42 2nd Eight Count w- Music

Lecture 43 3rd Eight Count no Music

Lecture 44 3rd Eight Count w- Music

Lecture 45 4th Eight Count no Music

Lecture 46 Everything w- Music

Section 7: Cardi B - I Like It (INTERMEDIATE)

Lecture 47 Preview

Lecture 48 1st and 2nd Eight Count - No Music

Lecture 49 1st and 2nd Eight Count - Music

Lecture 50 3rd and 4th Eight Count - No Music

Lecture 51 1st-4th Eight Count - Music

Lecture 52 5th and 6th Eight Count - No Music

Lecture 53 1st - 6th Eight Count - Music

Lecture 54 7th and 8th Eight Count - No Music

Lecture 55 Entire Routine - No Music

Section 8: Black Eyed Peas - Shut Up

Lecture 56 PREVIEW: Black Eyed Peas - Shut Up Hip Hop Dance Routine

Lecture 57 Black Eyed Peas 1st Eight Count

Lecture 58 Black Eyed Peas - 1st Eight Count w/ Music

Lecture 59 Black Eyed Peas 2nd Eight Cound No Music

Lecture 60 Black Eyed Peas - 1st-2nd Eight Count No Music

Lecture 61 Black Eyed Peas 1st-2nd Eight Count w/ Music

Lecture 62 Black Eyed Peas 3rd-4th Eight Count no Music

Lecture 63 Black Eyed Peas Entire Routine No Music

Lecture 64 Black Eyed Peas Entire Routine w/ Music

Section 9: BTS - Permission To Dance (ADVANCED)

Lecture 65 BTS: Preview

Lecture 66 1st Eight Count

Lecture 67 Part 1 with Music

Lecture 68 Part 2

Section 10: Duke Dumont - Ocean Drive (Released Nov 2017)

Lecture 69 Duke Dumont: Preview

Lecture 70 1st Eight Count - No Music

Lecture 71 1st Eight Count With Music

Lecture 72 2nd Eight Count - No Music

Lecture 73 1st and 2nd Eight Count - No Music

Lecture 74 1st and 2nd Eight Count - With Music

Lecture 75 3rd Eight Count - No Music

Lecture 76 2nd and 3rd Count - No Music

Lecture 77 Everything - Music

Lecture 78 Preview

Section 11: Major Lazer - Cold Water (Added August 2016)

Lecture 79 Intro 1st Eight Count

Lecture 80 1st Eight Count w Music

Lecture 81 2nd Eight Count

Lecture 82 2nd Eight Count w Music

Lecture 83 1st-2nd Eight Count

Lecture 84 1st-2nd Eight Count w Music

Lecture 85 3rd Eight Count

Lecture 86 Everything no Music

Lecture 87 Everything w Music

Lecture 88 Closing Thoughts

Section 12: Justin Timberlake - Can't Stop The Feeling Pt 1 (Added May 2016)

Lecture 89 Preview

Lecture 90 1st Eight Count

Lecture 91 1st Eight Count w/ Music

Lecture 92 2nd Eight Count

Lecture 93 2nd Eight Count w/ Music

Lecture 94 1st-2nd Eight Count

Lecture 95 1st-2nd Eight Count w/ Music

Lecture 96 3rd Eight Count

Lecture 97 3rd Eight Count w/ Music

Lecture 98 1st-3rd Eight Count w/ Music

Lecture 99 4th Eight Count

Lecture 100 4th Eight Count w/ Music

Lecture 101 Entire Routine no Music

Lecture 102 Entire Routine w/ Music

Section 13: Robin Shulz - Sugar (Added March 2016)

Lecture 103 Robin Shulz: Preview

Lecture 104 1st Eight Count

Lecture 105 2nd Eight Count

Lecture 106 1st-2nd Eight Count

Lecture 107 3rd Eight Count

Lecture 108 1st-3rd Eight Count

Lecture 109 4th Eight Count

Lecture 110 1st-4th Eight Count

Lecture 111 5th and 6th Eight Count

Lecture 112 Entire Routine

Section 14: Afrojack - Summer Thing (LIVE IN CLASS | Added Octber 2015)

Lecture 113 Preview

Lecture 114 1st Eight Count|No Music

Lecture 115 1st Eight Count|Half Speed

Lecture 116 1st Eight Count|Tempo

Lecture 117 2nd Eight Count|No Music

Lecture 118 2nd Eight Count|Half Speed

Lecture 119 2nd Eight Count|Tempo

Lecture 120 1st & 2nd Eight Counts | Half Speed

Lecture 121 1st & 2nd Eight Counts | Tempo

Lecture 122 3rd Eight Count|No Music

Lecture 123 3rd Eight Count|Half Speed

Lecture 124 3rd Eight Count|Tempo

Lecture 125 1st-3rd Eight Count | Half Speed

Lecture 126 1st-3rd Eight Count | Tempo

Lecture 127 4th Eight Count|Learning Choreo

Lecture 128 4th Eight Count|Half Speed

Lecture 129 4th Eight Count|Tempo

Lecture 130 Entire Routine | Half Speed

Lecture 131 Entire Routine | Tempo

Section 15: Tove Lo - Talking Body: Live In Class (Added July 2015)

Lecture 132 Tove Lo - Talking Body: Preview

Lecture 133 1st Eight Count

Lecture 134 1st Eight Count - Slow Tempo

Lecture 135 1st Eight Count - Tempo

Lecture 136 2nd Eight Count

Lecture 137 2nd Eight Count - Slow Tempo

Lecture 138 2nd Eight Count Tempo

Lecture 139 1st and 2nd Eight Count - Slow Tempo

Lecture 140 1st and 2nd Eight Count - Tempo

Lecture 141 3rd Eight Count

Lecture 142 3rd Eight Count - Slow Tempo

Lecture 143 3rd Eight Count - Tempo

Lecture 144 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Eight Count - Slow Tempo

Lecture 145 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Eight Count - Tempo

Lecture 146 4th Eight Count

Lecture 147 4th Eight Count - Slow Tempo

Lecture 148 Entire Routine - Slow Tempo

Lecture 149 Entire Routine - Tempo

Section 16: Ariana Grande - Piano

Lecture 150 Ariana Grande - Piano: First Half

Lecture 151 Ariana Grande - Piano: Second Half

Lecture 152 Ariana Grande - Piano: Full Class

Section 17: Michael Jackson - Love Never Felt So Good

Lecture 153 Michael Jackson: Preview

Lecture 154 Michael Jackson: First Half

Lecture 155 Michael Jackson: Second Half

Lecture 156 Full Class: Michael Jackson - Love Never Felt So Good

Section 18: Disclosure - Latch

Lecture 157 Disclosure: Routine Preview

Lecture 158 Disclosure: First Half

Lecture 159 Disclosure: Second Half

Lecture 160 Disclosure - Latch

Section 19: DJ Felli Fell - Have Some Fun

Lecture 161 Dj Felli Fel: Routine Preview

Lecture 162 Dj Felli Fel: First Half

Lecture 163 Dj Felli Fel: Second Half

Lecture 164 Dj Felli Fel - Have Some Fun

Section 20: Modjo - Lady: Live In Class

Lecture 165 Modjo: First Half

Lecture 166 Modjo: Second Half

Section 21: Bonuses

Lecture 167 What Songs Do You Want To Learn?

Section 22: What's Next?

Lecture 168 Hip Hop Dance With Cyrian Routine Sample

Lecture 169 Femme Essence Routine Sample

Lecture 170 How To Breakdance for Beginners Sample Move

Lecture 171 Freestyle 101 Exercise Sample

Not intended for dancers with 2-3 years experience.,Absolute beginners. No experience needed.,Students who are willing to experiment


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The Spirit Of Ayurveda - 60 Hour Certification
Last updated 12/2022
Created by Satya Yoga
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + srt | Duration: 75 Lectures ( 33h 20m ) | Size: 25 GB



Discover your true nature, awaken inner healing and appreciate the wonder of life.



What you'll learn
Introduction to ayurveda
Ayurvedic philosophy
Principles of holistic medicine
The five element theory
How to determine your unique constitution
Ayurvedic Diagnosis
Balancing the three doshas
Causes of disease
Understanding the human body
5 Subdoshas, locations, functions and humors
Nature of common diseases
Diagnosis & treatment
How to use food as medicine
Balancing the tastes, elements and acidity
Ayurvedic diet & nutrition
How to cultivate strong digestion
Ayurvedic cooking
Traditional recipes
Ayurvedic cycles in nature
Ayurvedic lifestyle & routine
Overcoming addictive behaviour
Yoga therapy
Meditation practices
Harnessing the breath for self healing
Clearing blocked energy with feng shui

Requirements
No prerequisites
A strong will to commit to a in-depth course

Description
~ THEMOSTCOMPREHENSIVETRAININGSHIPOFAYURVEDAAVAILABLEONLINETODAY ~Discover the deep philosophy and practice of AYURVEDA, the worlds oldest system of holistic health.In this course you will be presented with all of the necessary information and training to begin practicing Ayurveda in your daily life. This course is a comprehensive 60 HOUR TRAININGSHIP, a complete INITIATION to the SPIRITOFAYURVEDA. This course is designed for the commited student who is ready to invest in ayurveda as a way of life. Together we will journey through the creation of the universe & the complexity of the human system. We will discover your unique constitution and the fundamental energies governing disease & rejuvenation. You will learn how to diagnose and treat imbalances with ayurvedic diet, panchakarma treatments, natural lifestyle, ayurvedic cuisine, herbal remedies, yoga therapy and meditation. After this course you will understand that food is medicine and lifestyle is therapy. You will have all the tools to diagnose and treat imbalances and transform yourself to prevent further disease, forever! This course will give you the knowledge and confidence to support your family and community with authentic ayurvedic counselling regarding proper diet, lifestyle, natural living and treatment. This course includes:+ 33 hours of video lectures- 50+ downloadable study guides (The complete SPIRIT OF AYURVEDA E-book)- Determine your constitution Questionnaires- Practical diagnostic tools- Treatment techniques- COMPLETEAYURVEDICFOOD GUIDE (E-book containing ayurvedic analysis of over 130 different foods)- Cooking methodology & ayurvedic recipes- Morning Routine & How to use a neti pot- Guided Joint exercises to strengthen & prevent arthritis- Guided Yoga sequences for each dosha- Guided Sun & Moon salutations- Guided meditations and breathing techniques- Interactive practice tests to help you digest the knowledge at your own pace.- Final exam: 60 HOUR CERTIFICATION in AYURVEDICLIFESTYLE- Guided ayurvedic counselling & lifetime support

Who this course is for
anyone interested in health and well-being
yoga practitioners curious about ayurveda
anyone seeking to become an ayurvedic practitioner
anyone interested in healthy nutrition and food
anyone interested in holistic therapy
anyone interested in Indian philosophy
chefs looking to deepen their understanding of food
anyone looking to manage stress
anyone interested in tai chi, chi gong, martial arts
philosophers, seekers of truth and ancient wisdom



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50 Yoga Classes For Everybody - Yoga Alliance Yacep
Last updated 2/2023
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 34.56 GB | Duration: 27h 37m

Get Started or Get Back on Track



What you'll learn
50 Yoga Classes to Get Your Started or Back on Track
Hatha, Vinyasa, Yin, Meditation, Restorative & more!
Full length classes that you can watch, replay and practice as often as you like
Excellent refernece classes for current Yoga Teachers
Qualifies for 35 hours of Yoga Alliance Continuing Education credits

Requirements
None ~ we are here to meet you where you are at!

Description
This compilation of 50 Yoga classes range from Vinyasa, Hatha, Meditation, Yin, Restorative and more! Filmed all over the globe by our amazing team of teachers, they are ideal for beginning a practice or maintaining one that you have! The great thing is that the classes are yours. No ongoing fees or subscription required.Get started or get back on track ~ there are classes for everyone and everyBODY!It s time to roll out your yoga mat and discover the combination of physical and mental practices that for thousands of years have guided yoga practitioners around the globe. The beauty of yoga is that you don t have to be a yogi or yogini to reap the benefits. Whether you are young or old, overweight or fit, yoga has the power to calm the mind and strengthen the body. Don t be intimidated by yoga terminology, fancy yoga studios and complicated poses. Yoga is for everyone.Let our yoga classes support your current practice or get you started. Enjoy classes of various lengths and styles at anytime, from anywhere, when it suits your schedule. We are here to help yogis of all levels honour their commitment to practice. Uniting breath and body on a daily basis has never been more accessible. Discover authentic practice, expert instruction and our passion for yoga.For Yoga Alliance Yoga Teachers: With your UDEMY certificate, this course can be added to your Yoga Alliance profile. It qualifies for 35 hours of Yoga Alliance Continuing Education credits. Instructions will be provided at the end of the program on how to add these to your profile.

Overview
Section 1: Explore All Types of Yoga from Our Amazing Teachers

Lecture 1 Upward Facing Vinyasa Flow

Lecture 2 New Morning Meditation

Lecture 3 Vinyasa Flow With a Twist

Lecture 4 Open Heart Vinyasa Flow

Lecture 5 Vinyasa Flow

Lecture 6 Grounding Hatha Flow

Lecture 7 Kundalini Meditation

Lecture 8 Hatha Flow

Lecture 9 Lower Body Hatha Flow

Lecture 10 Compassion Meditation

Lecture 11 True to You Hatha Flow

Lecture 12 Hatha Flow with Ease

Lecture 13 Quick Break Hatha Flow

Lecture 14 Yoga Nidra

Lecture 15 Meditation for Acceptance

Lecture 16 Breath & Body Hatha Flow

Lecture 17 Hatha Flow for Strength

Lecture 18 Guided Relaxation

Lecture 19 Slow & Gentle Hatha Flow

Lecture 20 Pranayama for Better Digestion

Lecture 21 Sun Salutation A

Lecture 22 Stretch & Strengthen Hatha Flow

Lecture 23 Inversion Hatha Flow

Lecture 24 Power Vinyasa Slow

Lecture 25 Warm Heart Vinyasa Flow

Lecture 26 Hatha for the Core

Lecture 27 Reviving Hatha Flow

Lecture 28 Hatha Flow for the Heart Chakra

Lecture 29 Slow Crow Vinyasa Flow

Lecture 30 Hatha Flow for Hips

Lecture 31 Soothing Shoulder Hatha

Lecture 32 Vinyasa Flow to Eagle Pose

Lecture 33 Awakening Hatha Flow

Lecture 34 Balancing Vinyasa Flow

Lecture 35 Vinyasa for Beginners

Lecture 36 Yin Yoga

Lecture 37 Mindful Meditation

Lecture 38 Hatha Flow for Focus

Lecture 39 Hatha Yoga Foundations 1

Lecture 40 Hatha Yoga Foundations 2

Lecture 41 Hatha Yoga Foundations 3

Lecture 42 Centre the Mind Hatha Flow

Lecture 43 Harmony Hatha

Lecture 44 Balancing Hatha Flow

Lecture 45 Hatha for Beginners

Lecture 46 Cloud Meditation

Lecture 47 Vinyasa Flow for Better Balance

Lecture 48 Yoga for Self Care

Lecture 49 Let Your Breath Guide You

Lecture 50 Breath Vinyasa Flow

Section 2: Registering your YACEP Credits with Yoga Alliance

Lecture 51 Step by Step Guide

For anyone and everyone who practices yoga or is ready to start their practice. Roll out a yoga mat and you are ready to go!



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(Dip.) Art And Art Therapy - Their Impact And Application
Last updated 1/2023
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 57.30 GB | Duration: 52h 54m

(52 hrs) The Oxford Diploma in Therapeutic Art - focus on application and impact through Art Therapy exercises



What you'll learn
Introduction
Brain changes
Making sense of shapes
Embodied cognition
Effectively viewing
Returning to the science
Therapeutic paintings
Art and the NHS
Changing the world
Bringing joy into your life
Art and Science
Art Therapy Exercises for the Elderly
Impact of Covid-19 - and the response
Children creativity and the coronavirus
Stress art and Covid 19
Having a positive impact on people

Requirements
None

Description
Note: This course does not qualify the recipient to perform any form of therapy or counseling for any other personSections included:Brain changes and the impact of paintingsThe Art activist sectionHaving a positive impact on peopleChildren creativity and the coronavirusStress art and Covid 19Covid 19 and all it brings12 art therapy exercises in the sunNatureLearning and Mind MapsStop press!Brand new section featuring three artists and digital activism.This unique course on therapeutic art (paintings) looks at three areas:- The impact on the brain of viewing art- Various paintings some famous, some not and their impact on you- Opportunities for you to create artWhy is this course unique?- It includes artwork that is nowhere else on the Internet and this work is then analysed looking in particular at symbolism.- A clip from a film in which the Instructor appears is included as part of the courseFOUR HUNDRED AND SEVENTEEN lectures covering the following:- Introduction- Brain changes- Making sense of shapes- Embodied cognition- Effectively viewing- Returning to the Science- Therapeutic paintings - Kadimali- Bridge Over a Pond of Water Lilies- The twilight of life- Venetian glass- Sorrow- At the Linen Closet- Meeting of cultures- Appreciation- The Agony in the Kitchen- Consumerism- Actually DIY- Art and the NHS- Emotions- Brexit- Changing the worldArt Therapy Workbooks:Coping with the 2020sBringing joyArt Therapy at ChristmasTherapeutic Art workbookArt therapy and Depression

Overview
Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 COMPULSORY Introduction

Section 2: Hello!

Lecture 2 COMPULSORY Shapes - DIY

Section 3: Reviews

Lecture 3 Reviews

Section 4: COMPULSORY: UKRAINE (Extracted from the Extensive Art Therapy Course)

Lecture 4 Introduction

Lecture 5 Relevance

Lecture 6 Truth

Lecture 7 Action

Lecture 8 The end

Lecture 9 P.P.S.

Section 5: Friendly advice

Lecture 10 Friendly advice

Section 6: For all

Lecture 11 For all

Section 7: Attention!

Lecture 12 Attention!

Section 8: Please watch this first!

Lecture 13 Please watch this first!

Section 9: An idea

Lecture 14 An idea - pt 1

Lecture 15 An idea - pt 2

Lecture 16 An idea - pt 3

Section 10: COMPULSORY Introduction

Lecture 17 Maximising your enjoyment from this course

Lecture 18 Maximising your enjoyment from this course (Part 2)

Lecture 19 Maximising your enjoyment from this course (Part 3)

Lecture 20 Maximising your enjoyment from this course (Part 4)

Lecture 21 Maximising your enjoyment from this course (Part 5)

Lecture 22 Diploma

Lecture 23 Introduction

Lecture 24 Introduction (part 2)

Lecture 25 Brain changes

Lecture 26 Making sense of shapes

Lecture 27 Making sense of shapes (part 2)

Lecture 28 Embodied cognition

Lecture 29 Effectively viewing

Lecture 30 Returning to the Science

Lecture 31 Therapeutic paintings - Kadimali

Lecture 32 Bridge Over a Pond of Water Lilies

Lecture 33 The Twilight of Life

Lecture 34 Venetian Glass

Lecture 35 Sorrow - pt 1

Lecture 36 Sorrow - pt 2

Lecture 37 Sorrow - pt 3

Lecture 38 Sorrow - pt 4

Lecture 39 Sorrow - pt 5

Lecture 40 Sorrow - pt 6

Lecture 41 Sorrow - pt 7

Lecture 42 At the Linen Closet

Lecture 43 At the Linen Closet (part 2)

Lecture 44 Meeting of Cultures

Lecture 45 Appreciation

Lecture 46 The Agony in the Kitchen

Lecture 47 Consumerism

Lecture 48 Consumerism (part 2)

Lecture 49 Actually DIY

Lecture 50 Actually DIY (part 2)

Lecture 51 Art and the NHS

Lecture 52 Emotions

Lecture 53 Brexit

Lecture 54 Love, the journey

Lecture 55 Changing the world

Section 11: The Activist Section

Lecture 56 Introduction

Lecture 57 Two Artists

Lecture 58 Steffen Kraft

Lecture 59 Climate Change (part 1)

Lecture 60 Climate Change (part 2)

Lecture 61 Leave it to others

Lecture 62 The importance of trees

Lecture 63 Mutually Assured Destruction (M.A.D.)

Lecture 64 Gun control - on the school curriculum?

Lecture 65 It just takes one...then another...

Lecture 66 Being content with what you have

Lecture 67 Overconsumerism

Lecture 68 Overconsumerism (part 2)

Lecture 69 Face to face

Lecture 70 Loneliness

Lecture 71 Loneliness (part 2)

Lecture 72 Assume

Lecture 73 Forest Bathing

Lecture 74 Selective empathy

Lecture 75 Our time is limited

Section 12: Reactions

Lecture 76 Lecture 1: Introduction

Lecture 77 Lecture 2: More images to think about or react to

Lecture 78 Lecture 3: More images to think about or react to

Lecture 79 Lecture 4: More images to think about or react to

Lecture 80 Lecture 5: More images to think about or react to

Lecture 81 Lecture 6: More images to think about or react to

Lecture 82 Lecture 7: More images to think about or react to

Lecture 83 Lecture 8: More images to think about or react to

Lecture 84 Lecture 9: More images to think about or react to

Lecture 85 Lecture 10: More images to think about or react to

Lecture 86 Lecture 11: More images to think about or react to

Lecture 87 Lecture 12: More images to think about or react to

Lecture 88 Lecture 13: More images to think about or react to

Lecture 89 Lecture 14: More images to think about or react to

Lecture 90 Lecture 15: More images to think about or react to

Lecture 91 Lecture 16: More images to think about or react to

Lecture 92 Lecture 17: More images to think about or react to

Lecture 93 Lecture 18: More images to think about or react to

Lecture 94 Lecture 19: More images to think about or react to

Lecture 95 Lecture 20: More images to think about or react to

Lecture 96 Lecture 21: More images to think about or react to

Lecture 97 Lecture 22: More images to think about or react to

Lecture 98 Lecture 23: More images to think about or react to

Section 13: COMPULSORY How to have a positive influence on people through art

Lecture 99 Introduction

Lecture 100 Why does the act of painting make you happy?

Lecture 101 Positive influences

Lecture 102 Feelgood art 1

Lecture 103 Feelgood art 2

Lecture 104 Feelgood art 3

Lecture 105 Feelgood art 4

Lecture 106 Feelgood art 5

Lecture 107 Feelgood art 6

Lecture 108 Feelgood art 7

Lecture 109 Feelgood art 8

Lecture 110 Conclusion

Section 14: The reckoning

Lecture 111 Rejection

Lecture 112 Sorry?

Lecture 113 A new beginning

Section 15: COMPULSORY For your interest

Lecture 114 Multipotentialites - part 1

Lecture 115 Multipotentialites - part 2

Lecture 116 The terminology

Lecture 117 Context

Lecture 118 Criticisms

Lecture 119 Tim Ferriss

Lecture 120 Disadvantages

Lecture 121 Genius - and hot streaks! - part 1

Lecture 122 Genius - and hot streaks! - part 2

Lecture 123 Let's look at some Artwork

Lecture 124 Jackson Pollock

Lecture 125 John Fenn

Lecture 126 Evaluation and AI - part 1

Lecture 127 Evaluation and AI - part 2

Lecture 128 Evaluation and AI - part 3

Lecture 129 Evaluation and AI - part 4

Lecture 130 Artbreeder and others

Lecture 131 AI Generated images

Lecture 132 AI Drawing/AI Painting

Lecture 133 Art Therapy - also the big reveal!

Section 16: Can Art Therapy reduce the Economic Costs of strokes?

Lecture 134 Let's start with the Economics (Part 1)

Lecture 135 Let's start with the Economics (Part 2)

Lecture 136 Let's start with the Economics (Part 3)

Lecture 137 Let us look at the data (Part 1)

Lecture 138 Let us look at the data (Part 2)

Lecture 139 Let us look at the data (Part 3)

Lecture 140 Some studies (Part 1)

Lecture 141 Some studies (Part 2)

Lecture 142 Some studies (Part 3)

Lecture 143 The global burden - a challenge for art therapy! (Part 1)

Lecture 144 The global burden - a challenge for art therapy! (Part 2)

Lecture 145 The global burden - a challenge for art therapy! (Part 3)

Lecture 146 The global burden - a challenge for art therapy! (Part 4)

Lecture 147 The global burden - a challenge for art therapy! (Part 5)

Lecture 148 Art therapy and strokes (Part 1)

Lecture 149 Art therapy and strokes (Part 2)

Lecture 150 Art therapy and strokes (Part 3)

Lecture 151 Can the arts help stroke rehabilitation? (Part 1)

Lecture 152 Can the arts help stroke rehabilitation? (Part 2)

Lecture 153 Can the arts help stroke rehabilitation? (Part 3)

Lecture 154 Therapies available - a brief outline (Part 1)

Lecture 155 Therapies available - a brief outline (Part 2)

Lecture 156 Therapies available - a brief outline (Part 3)

Lecture 157 Therapies available - a brief outline (Part 4)

Lecture 158 Therapies available - a brief outline (Part 5)

Lecture 159 Over to you! (Part 1)

Lecture 160 Over to you! (Part 2)

Lecture 161 Over to you! (Part 3)

Section 17: OPTIONAL FOR DIPLOMA September Blues

Lecture 162 Introduction (Part 1)

Lecture 163 Introduction (Part 3)

Lecture 164 September 01 (Part 1)

Lecture 165 September 01 (Part 2)

Lecture 166 September 02 (Part 1)

Lecture 167 September 02 (Part 2)

Lecture 168 September 03

Lecture 169 September 04 (Part 1)

Lecture 170 September 04 (Part 2)

Lecture 171 September 04 (Part 3)

Lecture 172 September 05

Lecture 173 September 06

Lecture 174 September 07

Lecture 175 September 08

Lecture 176 September 09

Lecture 177 September 10 (Part 1)

Lecture 178 September 10 (Part 2)

Lecture 179 September 10 (Part 3)

Lecture 180 September 10 (Part 4)

Lecture 181 September 10 (Part 5)

Lecture 182 September 11 (Part 1)

Lecture 183 September 11 (Part 2)

Lecture 184 September 12 (Part 1)

Lecture 185 September 12 (Part 2)

Lecture 186 September 12 (Part 3)

Lecture 187 September 12 (Part 4)

Lecture 188 September 12 (Part 5)

Lecture 189 September 12 (Part 6)

Lecture 190 September 13 (Part 1)

Lecture 191 September 13 (Part 2)

Lecture 192 September 13 (Part 3)

Lecture 193 September 13 (Part 4)

Lecture 194 September 13 (Part 5)

Lecture 195 September 14 (Part 1)

Lecture 196 September 14 (Part 2)

Lecture 197 September 14 (Part 3)

Lecture 198 September 14 (Part 4)

Lecture 199 September 15

Lecture 200 September 16

Lecture 201 September 17 (Part 1)

Lecture 202 September 17 (Part 2)

Lecture 203 September 17 (Part 3)

Lecture 204 September 17 (Part 4)

Lecture 205 September 17 (Part 5)

Lecture 206 September 17 (Part 6)

Lecture 207 September 17 (Part 7)

Lecture 208 September 17 (Part 8)

Lecture 209 September 17 (Part 9)

Lecture 210 September 17 (Part 10)

Lecture 211 September 17 (Part 11)

Lecture 212 September 18

Lecture 213 September 19 (Part 1)

Lecture 214 September 19 (Part 2)

Lecture 215 September 20 (Part 1)

Lecture 216 September 20 (Part 2)

Lecture 217 September 20 (Part 3)

Lecture 218 September 20 (Part 4)

Lecture 219 September 21 (Part 1)

Lecture 220 September 21 (Part 2)

Lecture 221 September 21 (Part 3)

Lecture 222 September 21 (Part 4)

Lecture 223 September 21 (Part 5)

Lecture 224 September 22 (Part 1)

Lecture 225 September 22 (Part 2)

Lecture 226 September 22 (Part 3)

Lecture 227 September 22 (Part 4)

Lecture 228 September 23 (Part 1)

Lecture 229 September 23 (Part 2)

Lecture 230 September 23 (Part 3)

Lecture 231 September 23 (Part 4)

Lecture 232 September 23 (Part 5)

Lecture 233 September 24 (Part 1)

Lecture 234 September 24 (Part 2)

Lecture 235 September 24 (Part 3)

Lecture 236 September 24 (Part 4)

Lecture 237 September 24 (Part 5)

Lecture 238 September 24 (Part 6)

Lecture 239 September 25 (Part 1)

Lecture 240 September 25 (Part 2)

Lecture 241 September 25 (Part 3)

Lecture 242 September 25 (Part 4)

Lecture 243 September 25 (Part 5)

Lecture 244 September 25 (Part 6)

Lecture 245 September 26 (Part 1)

Lecture 246 September 26 (Part 2)

Lecture 247 September 26 (Part 3)

Lecture 248 September 26 (Part 4)

Lecture 249 September 27

Lecture 250 September 28

Lecture 251 September 29

Lecture 252 September 30 (Part 1)

Lecture 253 September 30 (Part 2)

Section 18: COMPULSORY Children creativity and the coronavirus

Lecture 254 Introduction

Lecture 255 Billy

Lecture 256 Victoria

Lecture 257 Ben

Lecture 258 Sally

Lecture 259 Dawn

Section 19: COMPULSORY FOR DIPLOMA Stress, Art & Covid 19

Lecture 260 Introduction

Lecture 261 What parents can do

Lecture 262 If you are a responder

Lecture 263 David

Lecture 264 Thomas

Lecture 265 Ben

Lecture 266 Saba Islam

Lecture 267 Postscript

Section 20: COVID-19 and all it brings

Lecture 268 Introduction

Lecture 269 Trade offs

Lecture 270 Trade offs (Part 2)

Lecture 271 Trade offs (Part 3)

Lecture 272 Mental Health: Causes

Lecture 273 Mental Health: Looking after your Mental Health

Lecture 274 Mental Health: Plan Your Day (Part 1)

Lecture 275 Mental Health: Plan Your Day (Part 2)

Lecture 276 Mental Health: Plan Your Day (Part 3)

Lecture 277 Mental Health: Plan Your Day (Part 4)

Lecture 278 Mental Health: Plan Your Day (Part 5)

Lecture 279 Mental Health: Plan Your Day (Part 6)

Lecture 280 Mental Health: Plan Your Day (Part 7)

Lecture 281 Mental Health: Plan Your Day (Part 8)

Lecture 282 Mental Health: Plan Your Day (Part 9)

Lecture 283 Mental Health: The Drivers - Social Isolation (Part 1)

Lecture 284 Mental Health: The Drivers - Social Isolation (Part 2)

Lecture 285 Mental Health: The Drivers - Social Isolation (Part 3)

Lecture 286 Mental Health: The Drivers - Social Isolation (Part 4)

Lecture 287 Mental Health: The Drivers - Social Isolation (Part 5)

Lecture 288 Mental Health: The Drivers - Social Isolation (Part 6)

Lecture 289 Mental Health: The Drivers - Social Isolation (Part 7)

Lecture 290 Mental Health: The Drivers - Social Isolation (Part 8)

Lecture 291 Mental Health: The Drivers - Social Isolation (Part 9)

Lecture 292 Mental Health: Art/Art therapy - how is this relevant?

Lecture 293 Mental Health: What can Art Therapy do?

Lecture 294 Mental Health: Who can Art Therapists help? (Part 1)

Lecture 295 Mental Health: Who can Art Therapists help? (Part 2)

Lecture 296 Mental Health: Cognitive benefits (Part 1)

Lecture 297 Mental Health: Cognitive benefits (Part 2)

Lecture 298 Mental Health: The impact of art (Part 1)

Lecture 299 Mental Health: The impact of art (Part 2)

Lecture 300 Mental Health: Brain changes

Lecture 301 Mental Health: Art therapy, painting, depression - and YOUR reactions (Part 1)

Lecture 302 Mental Health: Art therapy, painting, depression - and YOUR reactions (Part 2)

Lecture 303 Mental Health: Art therapy, painting, depression - and YOUR reactions (Part 3)

Lecture 304 Mental Health: Art therapy, painting, depression - and YOUR reactions (Part 4)

Lecture 305 Mental Health: Art therapy, painting, depression - and YOUR reactions (Part 5)

Lecture 306 Mental Health: Art therapy, painting, depression - and YOUR reactions (Part 6)

Lecture 307 Mental Health: Gallery(ies) (Part 1)

Lecture 308 Mental Health: Gallery(ies) (Part 2)

Lecture 309 Mental Health: Nature and Mental Health (Internal) (Part 1)

Lecture 310 Mental Health: Nature and Mental Health (Internal) (Part 2)

Lecture 311 Mental Health: Nature and Mental Health (Internal) (Part 3)

Lecture 312 Mental Health: Nature and Mental Health (Internal) (Part 4)

Lecture 313 Mental Health: Nature and Mental Health (External) (Part 1)

Lecture 314 Mental Health: Nature and Mental Health (External) (Part 2)

Lecture 315 Mental Health: Nature and Mental Health (External) (Part 3)

Lecture 316 Mental Health: Looking around (Part 1)

Lecture 317 Mental Health: Looking around (Part 2)

Lecture 318 Mental Health: Looking around (Part 3)

Lecture 319 Mental Health: Looking around (Part 4)

Lecture 320 Mental Health: Looking around (Part 5)

Lecture 321 Mental Health: Looking around (Part 6)

Lecture 322 Mental Health: Mind Maps (Part 1)

Lecture 323 Mental Health: Mind Maps (Part 2)

Lecture 324 Mental Health: Mind Maps (Masks) (Part 1)

Lecture 325 Mental Health: Mind Maps (Masks) (Part 2)

Lecture 326 Mental Health: Mind Maps (Masks) (Part 3)

Lecture 327 Mental Health: Mind Maps (Masks) (Part 4)

Section 21: Meditation

Lecture 328 Meditation - Pt1

Lecture 329 Meditation - Pt2

Section 22: Nature

Lecture 330 Nature

Section 23: COMPULSORY Homework - after all those exercises!

Lecture 331 Homework - 1

Lecture 332 Homework - 2

Section 24: Learning and Mind Maps

Lecture 333 Teaching is the art of causing learning (part 1)

Lecture 334 Teaching is the art of causing learning (part 2)

Lecture 335 Teaching is the art of causing learning (part 3)

Lecture 336 Mind maps

Section 25: Improving your English

Lecture 337 Introduction

Lecture 338 Lesson 1

Lecture 339 Lesson 2

Lecture 340 Lesson 3

Lecture 341 Lesson 4

Lecture 342 Lesson 5

Lecture 343 Lesson 6

Lecture 344 Lesson 7

Lecture 345 Lesson 8

Section 26: The 12 Days of Christmas

Lecture 346 13th December - Pt1

Lecture 347 13th December - Pt2

Lecture 348 13th December - Pt3

Lecture 349 14th December - Pt1

Lecture 350 14th December 2020 - Pt2

Lecture 351 14th December- Pt3

Lecture 352 14th December - Pt4

Lecture 353 15th December - Pt1

Lecture 354 15th December - Pt2

Lecture 355 15th December - Pt3

Lecture 356 15th December - Pt4

Lecture 357 15th December - Pt5

Lecture 358 16th December - Pt1

Lecture 359 16th December - Pt2

Lecture 360 17th December (Part 1)

Lecture 361 17th December (Part 2)

Lecture 362 17th December (Part 3)

Lecture 363 17th December (Part 4)

Lecture 364 18th December (Part 1)

Lecture 365 18th December (Part 2)

Lecture 366 18th December (Part 3)

Lecture 367 19th December (Part 1)

Lecture 368 19th December (Part 2)

Lecture 369 19th December (Part 3)

Lecture 370 19th December (Part 4)

Lecture 371 19th December (Part 5)

Lecture 372 December 20th (Part 1)

Lecture 373 December 20th (Part 2)

Lecture 374 December 21st (Part 1)

Lecture 375 December 21st (Part 2)

Lecture 376 December 21st (Part 3)

Lecture 377 December 22nd (Part 1)

Lecture 378 December 22nd (Part 2)

Lecture 379 December 22nd (Part 3)

Lecture 380 December 23rd (Part 1)

Lecture 381 December 23rd (Part 2)

Lecture 382 December 23rd (Part 3)

Lecture 383 December 23rd (Part 4)

Lecture 384 December 24th (Part 1)

Lecture 385 December 24th (Part 2)

Lecture 386 December 24th (Part 3)

Lecture 387 December 24th (Part 4)

Lecture 388 December 25th

Section 27: COMPULSORY Art therapy from sunny Spain!

Lecture 389 Introduction

Lecture 390 Emotions

Lecture 391 Paint...with anything!

Lecture 392 Nature

Lecture 393 Paint chip

Lecture 394 Website builder

Lecture 395 Textile

Lecture 396 Brown paper bag

Lecture 397 Recycled

Lecture 398 Two circles

Lecture 399 Your heart

Lecture 400 Latex

Section 28: COMPULSORY Past-Present-Future

Lecture 401 Past-Present-Future (Part 1)

Lecture 402 Past-Present-Future (Part 2)

Lecture 403 Past-Present-Future (Part 3)

Lecture 404 Past-Present-Future (Part 4)

Lecture 405 Past-Present-Future (Part 5)

Section 29: COMPULSORY Art Therapy - the future

Lecture 406 Transformations - part 1

Lecture 407 Transformations - part 2

Lecture 408 Transformational Art Therapy

Lecture 409 Past transformations - 1

Lecture 410 Past transformations - 2

Lecture 411 The exercise

Lecture 412 The second and third pieces

Lecture 413 The Gift

Lecture 414 Anxiety Cards

Section 30: By Students, For Students

Lecture 415 Student Artbook - Edition 1

Lecture 416 Student Artbook - Edition 2

Lecture 417 Student Artbook - Birthday Edition!

Lecture 418 Student Artbook - Birthday Edition for Person X!

Lecture 419 Student Artbook - Edition 5

Section 31: Walk with me

Lecture 420 Introduction

Lecture 421 Not about Christmas

Lecture 422 Get scribbling

Lecture 423 Atissue

Section 32: Bonus

Lecture 424 Bonus

All!,Those interested in using Art for Activism,Children seeking to react to the Coronavirus



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Get Jump Rope Fit! 12 Week Home Workout Program
Published 4/2023
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 26.56 GB | Duration: 22h 54m

Burn body fat and build strong lean muscle at home with 12 weeks of daily follow along workout videos & training guides



What you'll learn
12 weeks of daily home fitness training. 60 total workout videos!
Step-by-step downloadable training guides, schedules, and progress trackers.
Full follow along HD quality workout videos.
Burn body fat while simultaneously building strong lean muscle.
Improve conditioning, endurance, agility, and cardiovascular health.

Requirements
You will need a jump rope, a couple of dumbbells, a kettlebell, and a pull up bar or a strength band.
Workouts are an average of 20 minutes in length.

Description
JRF60 Will Build More Muscle and Burn More Body Fat Than Any Other Training Method.JRF60 includes 60 follow along workout videos specifically designed to burn body fat while building strong lean muscle.Using the High Intensity Jump Rope Training (HI-JRT) method of fitness, JRF60 will get you in the best shape of your life in less time than other training methods.JRF60 includes lifetime access to HD quality follow along workout videos, daily step by step instruction, and my Learn How To Jump Rope Training workshop.FASTER FAT BURNERThe High-Intensity Jump Rope Training Method of fitness is specifically designed to keep you constantly moving through short bursts of high-intensity activity. This non-stop training method has been proven to fire up your metabolism, blast belly fat, and increase calorie afterburn.TOTAL BODY CONDITIONINGBy performing total-body movements and targeting multiple muscles at once, the High-Intensity Jump Rope Training Method of fitness will get you results FAST! Jump Rope Fit is the ultimate total-body training method designed to lose weight, build lean muscle, and carve full-body definition.CARDIO & STRENGTH EXERCISESThe non-stop intervals are the secret to what makes High-Intensity Jump Rope Training the fastest and most effective method for fat loss and lean muscle building. By combining conditioning and strength movements, with minimal rest, you will achieve greater results in less time than other training programs.CAN BE DONE ANYWHEREYou won t have to drive to a busy gym, fight over equipment, or pay high monthly dues just to complete your daily workout. With jump rope training you can workout at home, on your schedule, eliminating any excuses that may stop you from achieving your goals.As you can see, when it comes to a total body workout, that burns fat, builds muscle, can be done almost anywhere, and requires minimal equipment, there is nothing more effective and efficient than High-Intensity Jump Rope Training.So what are you waiting for? Achieve the results you deserve by checking out the jump rope training programs below, and join me in getting Jump Rope Fit.

Overview
Section 1: Introduction to Jump Rope Training

Lecture 1 Benefits of Jump Rope Training

Lecture 2 Why Jump Rope Training Works

Lecture 3 Why I Created Jump Rope Fit

Section 2: Week 1 Workouts

Lecture 4 Week 1: Workout #1

Lecture 5 Week 1: Workout #2

Lecture 6 Week 1: Workout #3

Lecture 7 Week 1: Workout #4

Lecture 8 Week 1: Workout #5

Section 3: Week 2 Workouts

Lecture 9 Week 2: Workout #1

Lecture 10 Week 2: Workout #2

Lecture 11 Week 2: Workout #3

Lecture 12 Week 2: Workout #4

Lecture 13 Week 2: Workout #5

Section 4: Week 3 Workouts

Lecture 14 Week 3: Workout #1

Lecture 15 Week 3: Workout #2

Lecture 16 Week 3: Workout #3

Lecture 17 Week 3: Workout #4

Lecture 18 Week 3: Workout #5

Section 5: Week 4 Workouts

Lecture 19 Week 4: Workout #1

Lecture 20 Week 4: Workout #2

Lecture 21 Week 4: Workout #3

Lecture 22 Week 4: Workout #4

Lecture 23 Week 4: Workout #5

Section 6: Week 5 Workouts

Lecture 24 Week 5: Workout #1

Lecture 25 Week 5: Workout #2

Lecture 26 Week 5: Workout #3

Lecture 27 Week 5: Workout #4

Lecture 28 Week 5: Workout #5

Section 7: Week 6 Workouts

Lecture 29 Week 6: Workout #1

Lecture 30 Week 6: Workout #2

Lecture 31 Week 6: Workout #3

Lecture 32 Week 6: Workout #4

Lecture 33 Week 6: Workout #5

Section 8: Week 7 Workouts

Lecture 34 Week 7: Workout #1

Lecture 35 Week 7: Workout #2

Lecture 36 Week 7: Workout #3

Lecture 37 Week 7: Workout #4

Lecture 38 Week 7: Workout #5

Section 9: Week 8 Workouts

Lecture 39 Week 8: Workout #1

Lecture 40 Week 8: Workout #2

Lecture 41 Week 8: Workout #3

Lecture 42 Week 8: Workout #4

Lecture 43 Week 8: Workout #5

Section 10: Week 9 Workouts

Lecture 44 Week 9: Workout #1

Lecture 45 Week 9: Workout #2

Lecture 46 Week 9: Workout #3

Lecture 47 Week 9: Workout #4

Lecture 48 Week 9: Workout #5

Section 11: Week 10 Workouts

Lecture 49 Week 10: Workout #1

Lecture 50 Week 10: Workout #2

Lecture 51 Week 10: Workout #3

Lecture 52 Week 10: Workout #4

Lecture 53 Week 10: Workout #5

Section 12: Week 11 Workouts

Lecture 54 Week 11: Workout #1

Lecture 55 Week 11: Workout #2

Lecture 56 Week 11: Workout #3

Lecture 57 Week 11: Workout #4

Lecture 58 Week 11: Workout #5

Section 13: Week 12 Workouts

Lecture 59 Week 12: Workout #1

Lecture 60 Week 12: Workout #2

Lecture 61 Week 12: Workout #3

Lecture 62 Week 12: Workout #4

Lecture 63 Week 12: Workout #5

Section 14: How to Jump Rope Training Workshop

Lecture 64 Jump Rope Selection, Weight, and Sizing

Lecture 65 Body Position and Posture

Lecture 66 Grip and Hand Position

Lecture 67 Foot Placement and Stance

Lecture 68 Recap and Review

Anyone who desires burn more body fat while simutansously building strong lean muscle.



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Yoga by 30 Yoga Guru 30 Minutes Daily- Learn from Best
Last updated 5/2023
Created by Mukesh Jha
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
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