200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training
Weekends February 2-April 22, 2018
NEXT INFO MEETING: SATURDAY 11/4, 1-2PM
Jan Orland Go
Rebekah Nagy & Marion Mahima Jackson
This unique program offers a highly individualized and experiential approach to our exploration of asana, pranayama, meditation, mantra, anatomy & the subtle body and much, much more. For those who are seeking to teach or are interested in delving deeper into all aspects of yoga this program will lead you on a powerful and transformative journey thru the winter and into the spring. We seek to cultivate the learning and experience that informs skilled and intuitive teachers who recognize the worth and importance of their own voice and are confident in its message.
We will practice every weekend together, some Fridays and Sundays, and all Saturdays beginning with pranayama and ending with meditation. Our long weekend days will begin in the late morning with practice and will then lead to the study of history and lineages, philosophy, mantra, chanting, meditation, kriyas, subtle and gross anatomy, and concepts of the universe and the self. We will break for a few hours in the afternoon and then return until the evening so that we can maintain our attention and focus.
We will practice Vinyasa, Yin and Restorative along with various forms of meditation. As we learn our focus is continually to incorporate yoga into our daily lives in its various forms. Each student who desires to receive the certification will lead us in asana, pranayama, and meditation.
Informed and inspired by traditional lineages our emphasis is on realizing, cultivating, and refining each participant’s own innate teaching style. We will instruct on verbal cues and language, class construction and sequencing, hands on adjustments, modifications, therapeutic essentials, and applied Ayurveda. Our graduates are prepared to teach authentic, creative, highly individualized, and well-rounded Vinyasa classes to all levels of students. Their certificates are recognized and sealed by the Yoga Alliance.
All levels of practitioners welcome.
WINTER 2018 WEEKEND INTENSIVE
February 2-April 22
some Fridays: 7pm-9pm
Saturdays: 10am-2pm & 4pm-8pm
some Sundays: various hours as needed
*We will review fundamentals on the holiday weekend of March 31 but hours may be made up in the following weeks.
Payment Deadline – January 15, 2018 (or whenever enrollment is full)
* $500 of your tuition is non-refundable and non-transferable. No refunds within 31 days before the program begins.
* FREE UNLIMITED YOGA CLASSES for all who join from 1/1/18-5/1/18
Questions are welcome at any time but we encourage you to join us for a Teacher Training Information Session, open to all who are interested. Meet some of the Teaching Faculty and have some specific questions answered before making your decision.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org your application by answering the following:
- Why you’d like to join our program and what you are particularly interested in learning
- What objectives you have in the program and what you’d like to work towards in the process
- Are there any past or present health or wellness issues that may challenge you in this program
Pricing includes yoga classes at Usha Veda Yoga and some non-required workshop enrollments. You will also be responsible for purchasing additional required texts. All participants will receive a complete reading list of about 4 key texts (any other supplementary readings will be supplied) by January 1 and our manual on the first day of our training.
In order to successfully complete our program and earn your 200 hour teaching certificate, there are certain criteria that must be fulfilled as set forth by our standards and those set forth by the Yoga Alliance.
Criteria for accreditation include class attendance and participation to make your hour requirements, written homework assignments, assigned readings, and practice-teach (Practicum) sessions reviewed by faculty. Makeup sessions will not be offered unless otherwise noted. Usha Veda reserves the right to dismiss anyone from the program who exhibits inappropriate behavior detrimental to the group, or actions that violate the ethical guidelines as put forth by the Yoga Alliance.