This Training is both for those wanting to dive deeper into their practice, as well as those whom wish to teach to others. You don’t need to be flexible or be able to hold fancy poses to qualify - come one, come all!
Let’s go with the #flow.
Your guides on this journey have over 15 years in the class room... each
A retired military ass kicker, physical therapist assistant, and 500ERYT who has a no BS approach to passing you her immense knowledge
Has taught everything from yoga and meditation to nutrition and fitness in over 2 dozen countries.
Brings a lifetime of experience in Chinese medicine, healing and movement
Online training doesn't have to suck. We are going to teach you as much as we can in 200 hours and make it as easy and enjoyable as possible.
This is more than just memorizing 10 key poses, we're going to make sure you you understand what yoga can do for the body and how
We'll be going further into the anatomy, how the body works for different body types, and developing your instruction to adapt to various body types.
*You're going to know a thing or two after this training
There are 50+ modules and too much to squeeze in here, so heres a quick look
Dive deep into the anatomy of the foot, learn about the 4th chakra - the heart chakra - and participate in a mediation to balance and open the heart. Take time to put everything you have been learning and incorporating it into your own personal practice and lastly, listen to a casual conversation about some of the weirdest things that have happened in class that Carol, Veronica and Fennis have had to deal with.
It’s time to dive deep into one of the classical yoga texts the Bhagavad Gita. We will discuss the key themes and how to apply the learnings into your practice, then dive deep into the anatomy of the core and understand the component parts necessary to perform inversions safely (hint - the core is one of them!) and how to cue students into and out of the inversions safely.
Understand how to build safe transitions and how to add (or take away) intensity for a Hatha or Vinyasa style class. Dissect a class sequence to understand why certain counterposes were chosen and their intended purpose in the sequence. Build a 30 minute Hatha sequence with cues and transition notes to submit for feedback from our team and lastly get an overview of hands-on adjustments.
I know I know. If this training is SO DAMN GOOD how is it SO DAMN CHEAP.
We're glad you asked.
The normal in-person courses have big expenses like rent, insurance, utilities and complicated logistics like staffing and canceling regular classes to accommodate the training.
With online training comes online savings and where other online courses turn their savings into their profits, we're turning our savings into your savings.
Yoga Alliance has approved our online course through December 31, 2023. You must have all assignments submitted by this date if you want to register with Yoga Alliance after you complete the training?
Yes! This certificate will allow you to teach anywhere in the world.
Once we have given you full access to the content its kind of hard to get it back, so refunds are possible only up to that point.
We have a variety of ways for you to ask questions as you go through the course. You can join our private Facebook group, post the question within the training portal, email us at anytime, join our weekly live Zoom calls, or join us for the monthly in-person workshops where we will answer any questions you have and give real-time feedback on your teaching in front of a group of students.
To take the teacher training from the comfort of your home, you will need a mat, an area of space to practice and some pen and paper. You'll also need a place to upload and share your videos with us (like a private Youtube or Vimeo account). A tripod and bluetooth headset will make your videos easier for both of us. If possible, a quiet environment to help you focus. Any props you have - blocks, straps, bolsters - will be helpful, as you will be learning how to teach using each.
Our training is focused on Vinyasa and Hatha style yoga. Much thought, knowledge and skill go into a teacher training program, as does a style of yoga, and we encourage you to teach what you have the most interest in.