300-Hour Yoga Training
Learn to Teach Hatha and Vinyasa Yoga
In our 300-hour program, you'll learn two full-class sequences: a hatha class, consisting of 35 poses and eight pranayamas, and a power vinyasa class that is accessible and challenging for students of all practice levels. You'll have more than 10 hours of yoga anatomy training, taught by a medical doctor and yoga teacher. You'll also walk away with a solid understanding of what yoga is, as a result of the philosophical lecture series (see topics below). Our program also includes:
- How to access and deepen yoga poses and vinyasas
- How to safely instruct and align poses, while offering modifications using verbal and physical adjustments
- Major yoga philosophy and history texts (reading list provided upon application)
- The history and future of yoga from the East to the West
- Public-speaking, voice projection, leadership skills and classroom safety skills
- How to work with and accommodate students of all skill levels
- Meditation practices, yoga nidras, and active, passive and dynamic asanas
- Subtle body anatomy, including the chakras and bandhas, and their significance in an 8-limb practice
- Overviews of various styles of yoga, including Universal, Tha (Yin), Yoga Nidra, etc.
- How to become a yoga professional or entrepreneur in a competitive market
- How to embody the principles of yoga to continue to further your own external and internal practices
- Yoga Philosophy lectures cover topics such as: Tantrik yoga, History of yoga, Karma, Dharma, Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, Samskaras, Major styles of yoga in modern times, Role of music in yoga, Essential differences between Hinduism and Buddhism, Playbook of Happiness.
Program Dates and Times
September 12 - November 11, 2018
Wednesdays: 6–9 PM
Fridays: 4:30–7:30 PM
Saturdays and Sundays: 8:30 AM–4:30 PM
Wednesdays are reserved for lectures on yoga history and philosophy. On Fridays, we cover pranayamas, bandhas, and the lesser-known topics and practices of yoga. Weekends typically start with yoga classes, followed by posture break-downs, sequence analysis, anatomy and posture alignments, and dialog practice in small groups and one-on-one.
Syllabus and coordinating dates provided upon submission of application, deposit payment and acceptance.
Program cost: $3490.