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200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training:
This program includes:
- Obtain a maximum of 5 certifications:
- Private Yoga Therapy Sessions
- 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training Certification with NYA
- Intro to Yoga Therapy & Ayurveda Certification with Dr. Dilip Sarkar
- Kids Yoga Certification with NYA
- Prenatal Yoga Certification with NYA
- Yoga Sutras Study Certification with Amy Wheeler, PhD.
- Philosophy Workshop with Graham Schweig
You will be given Yoga Therapy Private Sessions throughout your training and a mentor to meet with monthly to keep you on track with your own personal progress as well as with your clients.
Students will attend two weekends a month minimum for Module lectures, practice and clinical hours.
Learn the difference between Classical, Modern and Therapeutic through a direct lineage of Yoga Therapy- T. Krishnamacharya & TKV Desikachar. Learn how to choose the CORRECT yogic tools for yourself & for teaching Group Therapeutic Yoga. You will understand the functional significance of asanas, pranayama, meditation, etc… and teach according to these principles to create more spaciousness in your self and others to allow the bodies natural healing ability to flourish.
- Module 1: History & Philosophy
- Module 2: Traditional to Modern Hatha Yoga
- Module 3: Anatomy of Yoga
- Module 4: Teaching Yoga: Asanas, Pranayama & Meditation
- Module 5: Assisting & Correcting Yoga Asanas
- Module 6: Om, Sanskrit, Ayurveda, Yogic Lifestyle, Nutrition & Wellness
- Module 7: Yoga for Special Populations
- Module 8: Philosophy & Ethics, Business of Yoga & Business Plans
200 Hour Teacher Training: Yoga Alliance Standards
|Course Name: 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training||Hours|
|Techniques, Training & Practice||100 hours
|Yoga Philosophy/ Lifestyle & Ethics
|Teaching Methodology||25 hours|
|Anatomy & Physiology
|Practicum Student teaching & Observing hours
|Total Required Hours||200 hours|
The 200 hour Teacher Training Certification program will allow students to begin teaching group classes in such facilities as yoga studios, state (such as local recreation centers) and government agencies and military bases (such as MWR).