amrita Yoga 200-hour Teacher Training
This is a program that truly develops incredible teachers!!
amrita yoga is a form of vinyasa yoga with influences from Ayurveda, physical therapy, neuroscience, yoga philosophy and psychology, pranayama, and mindfulness. amrita yoga emphasizes the bio-mechanics of alignment, anatomy, kinesiology, and rehabilitative processes.
Type of Event
- Teacher Training
March 11 – 13, Friday 9am – 8pm, Saturday 8am – 6pm, Sunday 8am – 6pm
April 14 – 17, Breitenbush Hot Springs, 4 – 6pm Thursday, departure 1 – 3pm Sunday
May 27 – 29, Friday 9am – 8pm, Saturday 8am – 6pm, Sunday 8am – 6pm
June 24 – 26, Friday 9am – 8pm, Saturday 8am – 6pm, Sunday 8am
Total Program Cost: $2500
Early bird discount of $250 when application is submitted by Friday, January 22.
Deposit: $500 is due within two weeks of acceptance into the program to hold your space
* please note cost does not include lodging for training weekends at Breitenbush Hot Springs
This program begins with developing a strong foundation in alignment principles and then builds on the skills and techniques for teaching yoga. The course runs for 6 months.
This training is a registered program with the Yoga Alliance. You will receive a certificate when you complete the curriculum requirements. This certificate also qualifies you to apply for a 200-hour certification with the Yoga Alliance.
Teacher training students will meet eight times (Friday/Saturday and two extended weekends) over the course of 6 months for yoga asana, philosophy, pranayama, mindfulness, and meditation.
Along with deepening your own practice you will learn teaching techniques and alignment principles, use of language, observation skills, hands on adjustments, demonstration skills, and sequencing strategies, and discuss in group format yoga philosophy and the practice of yoga on and off the mat.
Each session includes instruction in alignment principles; practice of yoga asana; core teaching skills: use of language + voice tone, sequencing, hands-on adjustments, therapeutics, observation, demonstrations, discussion of teaching methodologies + philosophies, teaching exercises in small and large groups; and homework assignments.