200 Hour Yoga Alliance Approved Trauma Aware Teacher Training
We are super excited to announce, that our next 2021 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Program starts in September 2021! We are accepting admissions through November. We will meet on ZOOM the second(ish) weekend of every month, outside of any holiday, Friday 4-7 pm, Saturday 10 am - 5 pm and Sunday 10 am - 5 pm, September through March. We are approved through the Yoga Alliance to offer our yoga teacher training program completely online and by livestream. We are so excited about this! Students will be encouraged to join us live, but may move through the content, at their own pace, since all livestreams will be recorded.
Livestream Training Dates | Accepting Admissions Through November
SEPTEMBER 10, 11, 12 2021*
OCTOBER 8, 9, 10 2021*
NOVEMBER 13, 14, 15 2021*
DECEMBER 10, 11, 12 2021*
JANUARY 14, 15, 16 2022*
FEBRUARY 18, 19, 20 2022*
MARCH 18, 19, 20 2022*
*All livestream sessions will be recorded. Accepting rolling admissions through November 2021.
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Our Yoga Teacher Training Philosophy
Our philosophy is based on the 8 Limbs of Yoga. Teaching Yoga, is so much more than teaching physical postures. Our lead instructors both come from Trauma Informed backgrounds, so naturally this is the container for the program. We spend the time needed creating a sacred space, setting the foundation of our program, through trust, confidence building and nourishing self care. This is a life changing and transformational program. Our program is not limited to aspiring yoga teachers. We welcome anyone ready to do the work, that has found yoga, to be their foundation or gateway to it. Students are required to have at least two years experience maintaining a regular yoga practice.
Questions? Email us @ [email protected]
200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Payment Plan Early Bird Pricing No Down Payment
Our Yoga Alliance Accredited 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Program will be held virtually in 2021. We will begin our LIVE modules in September. For early access to our prerecorded content, join us now.
8 monthly payments of $355 Early Bird Special With No Down Payment
Why Trauma Aware Yoga Teacher Training?
The short answer is because it is about damn time. The longer answer unfolds below. But first, a question for you:
In this time of heightened anxiety and stress in the world, what draws you to the teachings and the practice of yoga?
This is not an idle question. It’s supremely important that we attempt to understand ourselves before we undertake the instruction of others... Even if the understanding we have of Us is imperfect... Even if we question our questions... Even if (maybe especially if) we hope that the instruction we seek will help us to answer those questions for ourselves.
The word Yoga in Sanskrit (a language that you will become more and more familiar with if you continue on this path), is generally translated to mean Union. This refers to the harmony and balance between the mind, body, emotions and spirit. We emphasize the word emotions here, because it is not a part of the generally accepted definition - however, our emotions (called vrtti’s Sanskrit) exist on a plane different from our body and mind, and yet affect both. We may be completely detached from our emotions, not really present to what we are feeling, but if we’re brought to awareness of our mental state or our physical state, we can easily see our peacefulness or our dysregulation. Because emotion affects us. All of us. It is also affected By our thoughts and our physical comfort and also a lack of comfort.
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The questions were designed for reflection, not a diagnosis. Using the tools of yoga therapy to heal trauma requires a willingness to look at “what’s happening now” as a way of better understanding yourself and learning to give yourself the best possible care and comfort in any given moment.