Colorado School of Yoga 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training - Colo Springs
This program is a comprehensive and empowering initial journey into an integrative approach to learning, living and teaching the diverse elements of Yoga. This training will give teachers a solid base from which to teach with skill, creativity and authenticity.
Type of Event
- Teacher Training
Join Tracey Garcia and Gina Caputo for this 200 Hour Foundational program in Colorado Springs, CO. This is an empowering and dynamic approach to the art and skill of learning, living and teaching Integrated Vinyasa Yoga. Vinyasa Flow Yoga is a somatic, transformational practice that bridges the connection from the ordinary to the sacred through an embodied exploration of the flow of Prana (life-force), our highest intentions and greatest potential.
This Yoga Alliance Registered Teacher Training program is appropriate for both aspiring teachers and committed yogis with a minimum of two years practicing yoga who are looking to deepen their experience of yoga. This rich training begins at the source and roots of yogic tradition, and unfolds progressively as a means to understand its modern context, and teach from a place of relevance and connection.
Over the course of these modules, you will learn how to teach artful yoga classes through a study of yoga philosophy and texts, anatomy, energetics, Sanskrit, progressive sequencing, hands-on assists, sourcing and weaving theme and cultivating your voice in a safe and supportive collective. This comprehensive program will empower teachers with a broad and deep base from which to live and confidently teach the flow of yoga to all with skill, creativity, confidence and authenticity.
Students must have 2 years of a current and consistent yoga practice.
$2300 ~ $500 Deposit, $1800 Balance payment due before training begins
$2500 installment payments
180 contact hours + 20 non-contact hours (reading, writing and final exam)
Individualized teaching feedback and recommendations
Family and community for life
Alumni discounts at CSOY
Main Branches of Yoga in Hindu Philosophy
Yoga Sutras, Hatha Yoga Pradipika & Other Key Texts
Evolution of Modern Postural Yoga
The Language of Yoga: Sanskrit
Family Tree of Asanas
Anatomy of Hatha Yoga
Alignment & Assists
Common Injuries & Conditions
The Panchavayus: Movements of Prana
Bandhas & Pranayama
Integrating Bhava: Incorporating the Subtle
Languaging & Theming
Class Preparation & Music
Business of Teaching Yoga
Teaching Practicum Lab & Feedback