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200 hour Yoga Alliance Teacher Training Program 2017-2018

OPEN TO EXPERIENCED YOGIS WHO WISH TO TEACH YOGA, OR SIMPLY DEEPEN THEIR PRACTICE.

This intensive and comprehensive program provides in-depth information and fundamental tools for teaching yoga. It can serve as the foundation for one’s journey towards becoming a certified yoga teacher, or can support students who wish to deepen their practice and understanding of yoga. Applicants should have a minimum of one year of yoga practice.


The program is led by Jennifer Orobello, E RYT-500. Jennifer has taught yoga for over eight years and has been practicing yoga for over eleven years. She has extensive knowledge of all aspects of yoga. Jennifer is greatly inspired by Iyengar Yoga. She has studied with master teachers Christine Corsa, Theresa Rowland, Gabriel Halpern, and Allison West. She has extensive knowledge of proper alignment, breath, and appropriate prop use. Join her for teacher training to deepen your practice or become a yoga teacher.


200-Hour Curriculum

  • Principles of asana and alignment
  • Teaching methodology and sequencing
  • Pranayama and the pranic body
  • Yoga Philosophy- The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, The Bhagavad Gita
  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • Sanskrit terminology
  • Chanting, Meditation, and Chakras
  • Finding your authentic voice
  • The business of yoga and presenting yourself as a teacher, ethics and lifestyle 


Program Summary
The 200-hour Alignment Oriented Teacher Training program is designed to deepen your yoga practice and to develop teaching skills. The program consists of Yoga Techniques, Training, Practice, Teaching Methodologies, Anatomy & Physiology, Philosophy, Ethics, Lifestyle and Practicum. Upon completion of our program you will be eligible to apply to become a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) 200 hours through Yoga Alliance.

Purpose

  • To develop a strong personal practice which will be the main source of inspiration and understanding to enable one to share the art and science of yoga with students.
  • To learn the basics of; anatomy, physiology, alignment principles, yoga philosophy and ethics.
  • To practice and learn the skills of teaching such as, demonstration, verbal and manual instruction, observation, teaching to the needs of the student and finding your individual voice as a teacher.