200 hour Integrative Yoga Therapy Teacher Training
We offer an exceptional program with some of the most seasoned and outstanding faculty available in the North Bay – Jean Grant-Sutton, , Anodea Judith, Dr. Baxter Bell, Tony Briggs, Mitchell Kauk, Rhonda Gerhard and more. This 10 month non-residential training will give you a whole-person approach to yoga. You will learn how all the elements of yoga including asanas, pranayama, body awareness, guided imagery, meditation and deep relaxation can come together as a vehicle for health and healing.
Type of Event
- Teacher Training
Sept. 11,12,13 2015
Jan. 8,9,10 2016
Friday evenings 7:00-10:00pm,
The total cost for the 10-month program is $3,195.
A deposit of $450 is due by May 31st and balance of $2,745 paid in full by Sept 1st.
OR a deposit of $450 is due May 31st and 3 payments of $975 paid in Sept, Jan, and April.
Other Costs: $99.95 for 500-page in-depth teaching manual and posture cards that will provide a lifelong resource for yoga and mindbody health issues, supporting every aspect of teaching and practice.
Partial scholarships are available for those with financial need.
This training will give you a whole-person approach to yoga. You will learn how all the elements of yoga including asanas, pranayama, body awareness, guided imagery, meditation and deep relaxation can come together as a vehicle for health and healing. This training is designed to cover the minimum standards for yoga teachers, and will provide you with a certificate of completion that will qualify you and supply you with the application for the National Registry of Yoga Teachers through Yoga Alliance. It is open to anyone with a basic foundation in yoga (practicing for at least one-two years)
Share Your Passion For Yoga
Integrative Yoga Teacher Training was founded by Joseph Le Page. Its intent is to train teachers to have a whole person approach to yoga. Students learn to teach classes that involve every level of Being using the structure of the Five Koshas. Emphasizing understanding the benefits of Yoga for the physical body, with in-depth study of the Yoga Asanas (postures), as well as learning about the energetic, mental, emotional and spiritual levels. Integrative Yoga Teacher Training graduates teach Yoga-based wellness programs in a wide variety of settings, including studios, hospitals, businesses, schools, clinics and complimentary health care settings.
Benefits of Non-Residency Integrative Yoga Teacher Training
In-depth study of Yoga posture – Learn how the asanas work at physical, energetic, mental/ emotional & spiritual levels and how to modify them for individual needs.
Explore the deeper practices of yoga – Learn pranayama, mudras, bandhas, chakras, meditation, yoga Nidra, and hands-on healing, in order to expand your horizons of yoga.
Understand health and illness – Learn the nature of health and illness from the yoga perspective. Discover the effects of stress on the human body and ways to manage it with yoga.
Experiential approach to education – Learn key concepts of teaching including sequencing, pacing, class design, voice quality, adjustments, and business practices in a concise, creative, and comprehensive format.
Take part in student-centered education – Learn how to teach classes that are creative and unique, using a theme from start to finish, involving the student at every level of their Being, giving them an experience of complete integration that is yoga.
High-quality teaching staff – All staff members supporting the program are leaders of their specialties in the yoga industry.