Type of Event
- Teacher Training
8 weeks – Saturday and Sunday from 7am-7pm
~January 31st-March 25th, 2017
Price includes: required books, bolsters, journals, and an unlimited yoga pass for the duration of training.
The Barefoot Studio 200-hour teacher training meets and exceeds all requirements of a Yoga Alliance Certified program. Students perform in-depth practice and study of over 300 asana; teaching methods; anatomy and physiology; and Yoga philosophy, lifestyle and ethics. From Pranayama/breath to Vinyasa/flow, to Yin and restorative practice, students are expertly guided to new levels of understanding from which they may safely and confidently continue their Yogic journey while imparting knowledge to others.
Barefoot Studio Yoga School offers insight that cannot be found in even the most comprehensive study guides. Instructors with thousands of hours of education and experience deliver an enlightened perspective of practice, adjustments, and physiological response. Students are expertly guided through the process of letting go of fear, quieting the ego, and realizing their Dharma – what they are meant to bring to the mat and receptive yoginis. Those who seek to teach learn to draw those they are meant to reach, to recognize a student’s struggles or limitations, and encourage exploration of capabilities. Participants also receive direction on the often overlooked process of nurturing themselves to create a deep reservoir of health, patience, knowledge, and care from which to draw for their students.
Whether you seek to become a professional yogi, or just to gain a deeper understanding of the practice and philosophy, Barefoot Yoga training will lead you to recognize potential, explore abilities, find a yogic voice, and teach or practice with clarity and joy.
For the base syllabus of the Barefoot Studio Yoga School 200-hour program, please contact Contents and training in each section always meet Yoga Alliance standards. However, the program is tailored to explore more deeply the specific passions and areas of interest for each individual class.