In a word awesome! Loved it. Lots of focus( and I mean LOTS) on correct form and technique, importance of breathing and essence of the program. You will present at least 1 track twice( once in the morning receiving feedback then then in the afternoon) with time to work on any identified chorey/technique/timing/connection issues between. Timing and chorey MUST be spot on if not in the morning definantly in the afternoon.
Don't be nervous. AIM is a fantastic opportunity to correct any bad habits that may have crept in since module training and immerse yourself in the BB/BF experience. You get to meet other instructors, pick brains for ideas and spend time with a trainer, asking those questions you may not have otherwise had the opportunity to. After completing AIM I felt more confident as an instructor and more relaxed on stage which I think has helped build my class numbers. Do it and good luck!
There's nothing to be scared of. You get feedback on your tracks, but you aren't evaluated in any pass/fail way. I found it way more low pressure than initial training. I thought the pressure would be working so closely with a trainer, but really the biggest pressure is teaching to a room of your peers.
It's a great workshop, a day of immersing yourself in BodyFlow and learning how to take your teaching to the next level. I think everyone should do it! Well, eventually. Get some base-level confidence, first. You don't want to be panicking about whether you know the most basic technique or setup cues at AIM. But as long as you've been teaching for 6 months or more and feel fairly comfortable in front of a class, you'll get something out of it!
amybt:Do you know anyone who has not passed the AIM?
No, you don't have a "pass," here, you just show up. AIM 2 is evaluated, though. (That's where you get the piece of paper that says "advanced" or "elite" instructor, if you meet the requirements.)