Embodied Flow 200-Hour Teacher Training
This track is entry level for those students that want their initial 200 (RYT) teacher training certification with Embodied Flow.
Type of Event
- Teacher Training
Early Registration - $3450 (Paid in full by November 15).
Non-Residential Training; includes brunch buffet at The Yoga Barn on training days.
Part one is an immersion that delves into the landscape of yoga energetically, physically and philosophically. Participants will learn the foundations of Embodied Flow™ that will support them as they expand and develop on their journey of the living art of yoga. Part two focuses on the art of teaching, learning how to communicate and transmit the depth of information and experience acquired in Part one. Participants will hone their grace, intuition, and power as they develop skill and comfort in their role as a teacher.
About Tara Judelle:
Tara’s classes focus on the discovery of embodied anatomy, bringing to the yogic tradition a scientific yet playful study of the movement vocabulary of the body and the ever-expanding perceptual awareness of the human mind. In 2014 Tara co-created the School of Embodied Flow™ to bring her current passions together into a modern movement of Yoga.
For over 27 years Tara has experimented with all forms of movement flow, from dance to Tai Chi, to movement improvisation and ultimately yoga. An English degree from Barnard College, post-graduate studies in theatre directing and a foray into film writing and directing brought her finally to the study of yoga and meditation. Certified in the Anusara™ method, Tara has taught yoga extensively, both nationally and internationally, for 13 years. She has been inspired by the Body Mind Centering® works of Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen and has studied and taught with Carlos Pomeda and Sally Kempton.
For the last 5 years she has been a featured teacher as part of the team, allowing the yoga conversation to stream around the globe.
In 2010 Tara moved from her home base in Los Angeles to direct a yoga program and retreat center in Bali, Indonesia. Since the close of 2011, she has had no fixed base, leading to her current schedule facilitating workshops, retreats and teacher trainings worldwide.