200-HOUR YOGA TEACHER
TRAINING PROGRAM is FULL
Yoga by Janice RYT Program is a 200 Hour program certified by Yoga Alliance and open to all students of any level.
Non-Refundable $500 deposit 2023
Fall 2023/2024: 200-HOUR YOGA
TEACHER TRAINING PROGRAM
Interested in learning about the art of teaching yoga or to deepen your own personal practice.
This training will explore: History, Sanskrit, Philosophy, Anatomy & Physiology, Ethics, Teaching Methods, Adjustment & Alignments, Sequencing, Pranayama, Asanas and Meditation. Take a moment to consider why you practice and study yoga. Your reasons probably fall into these categories: Healing, Wisdom, Self-mastery and spiritual evolution and freedom.
You will also get training in Yin Yoga and Chair Yoga as added Bonus! Yin & Yang and Adaptive Yoga as Electives.
Misconception is you have to be super advanced yogi to participate. Not true! Many yogis say I never plan to teach or just want to expand their personal practice. Just stay open minded and open to all the possibilities and the rest will work out. Yoga teachers need to understand the underlying philosophy of techniques, about the different ways that people experience techniques, and about how students need various options. While some trainings and teachers treat yoga asana very much like fitness instruction and while others have become yoga therapists, there is a broad range in between where a yoga teacher creates an environment optimally conducive to health and wellness for every student.
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October 2023 through May 2024.
• Fridays 5:30pm - 8:30pm
• Saturdays 9:00am - 4:00pm
• Sundays 9:00am - 4:00pm
Registration and Cost:
YTT Weekends: 2023/2024
January 5-7 & 19-21
If you are interested in becoming a 200 Hr. Certified Yoga Teacher or would like to explore and deepen your practice Email me at email@example.com or call 978-618-1133
Dear Fellow Yogi/Yogini and Teacher-in-Training,
Namaste. It’s a pleasure to welcome you onto the profound and endless journey of deepening your practice and sharing it with others. Here are some considerations that may support you in your exploration.
Please take a moment to clarify for yourself why you practice and study yoga. Your reasons probably revolve around some or all of these:
As your commitment to teaching deepens and you face challenges or distractions, avoid losing sight of the ultimate reasons why you practice and teach yoga.
A — Absolutely, yes. If you can breathe, you can do yoga. No physical limitations should be considered a block to attendance. Being an effective yoga teacher isn’t about doing complicated poses. If you’re motivated to support and empower others with yoga tools, you’ll learn in the training that yoga is a vast body of knowledge and tools designed to help quiet the mind and to achieve increasing levels of self-knowledge and self-realization.
Your Development Over Time
Yoga is a lifelong pursuit of learning and practice. And so, too, is the teaching of yoga.
Yoga teachers develop their skills and evolve over time.
The techniques that teachers use in their growth and evolution fall into two broad categories:
Here we use "practice" to mean all those things that you engage in with the mind-body in real time, including not only your personal practice (including self-study and reflection) but also practice teaching and receiving coaching and mentoring. Both practice and knowledge are critical for teachers.
YTT Curriculum (Bonus! Includes Yin & Chair Yoga Training)
Table of Contents – Overview
ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY