“The Path to Self-Realization” 200-Hr Teacher Training

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Yoga Nanda – The Path to Self-Realization – Teacher Training 2017-2018

Yoga Nanda is a community where students explore and practice the ancient tools of transformation grounded in the 8-limbed path of yoga. Joining body, mind and spirit, we unite with our larger collective in compassion and service.

With a unique blend of diversified styles and seasoned instructors, Yoga Nanda offers both traditional teachings that are rooted in classical lineage as well as contemporary teachings that flow from personal experience.

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Yoga Nanda’s 200-Hr “Path to Self Realization” Teacher Training will be a journey of discovery in which students draw from their inner passion to cultivate a personal clarity that can transform their life both on and off the mat. This comprehensive program is suited for both prospective instructors as well as any dedicated practitioners seeking to deepen their understanding of the physical and spiritual teachings of yoga.

 
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We believe the key to being a great yoga teacher is the ability to pull from various schools of thought in order to adapt the practice to a wide variety of practitioners. In this alignment-based vinyasa training, you will create a personal tool box from which to engage and connect meaningfully with students through visual, auditory, tactile, and experiential learning.

Participants will complete this training with a sturdy foundation upon which to build a meaningful and life-long connection with yoga, wherever that path may lead.

 

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Curriculum Overview:

Techniques, Training & Practice

  • History of yoga intro – Introduction & Expectations – Studio Etiquette – Asana Overview – Posture Analysis
  • Sequencing
    • Ashtanga – Hatha – Dharma – Iyengar – Lotus – Modern- Restorative
  • Pranayama – Meditation – Bandhas – Nadis – Granthis – Chakras – Chanting & Mantras
  • “Teach what you know”

Teaching Methodology

  • Principles of Sequencing
    • Pacing for Vinyasa Classes – Beginners – Open Level – “Peak Pose” – Gentle – Restorative
  • Communication Skills – Assists & Demonstrating
    • Being an Effective Teacher – Verbal Cueing – Guidelines of Hands on Assists – Language & Voice – Qualities of a Teacher
  • Special Populations
    • Yoga in Recovery – Yoga for Back Care – Private Clients – Pre-natal – Common Injuries

Anatomy & Physiology

  • Terminology – Common Pathology – Bodily Systems – Energy Systems – Applied Anatomy

Yoga Philosophy, Lifestyle & Ethics

  • History of Yoga
    • Origin & Lineage – Yoga Sutras – Yamas & Niyamas – Bhagavad Gita – Sanskrit – Seva
    • Evolution of Yoga in the West
    • Nutrition & Ayurveda
  • Business of Yoga
    • Studio Relationships – Brand & Marketing – Legal Requirements – Independent Contractor
  • Special Populations
    • Yoga in Recovery – Yoga for Back Care – Private Clients – Pre-natal – Common Injuries

Core Faculty:

Joanna Asher – Renata Langner – Agustin McCarthy – Kristen Petliski – Patricia Morris

Special Guests:

Anatomy – To Be Advised

Meditation – To Be Advised

Manorama – Sanskrit

Bhagavad Gita & Philosophy – To Be Advised

Additional Instructors:

 – Mindy Frenkel – Yoshio Hama

 – Muriel Pellizzi – Nicole Romero – Jeanette Wetherell – 

Schedule:

*Training will take place at both the Garden City & Long Beach Studio Locations*

Weekends: Fridays 5:30pm – 9:00pm

Saturdays: 8:00am – 5:30pm

Sundays 8:30am – 5:30pm

November 17th, 18th, 19th

December 1st, 2nd, 3rd

December 15th, 16th, 17th

January 5th, 6th, 7th

January 19th, 20th, 21st

February 2nd, 3rd, 4th

February 16th, 17th, 18th

Wednesdays – 6:00pm – 9:30pm

December 6th

December 20th

January 10th

February 7th

Practicum & Retreat – Menla 

March 2nd, 3rd, &4th

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Program Requirements:

We ask that the applicants have a minimum of 1 year consistent yoga practice. Additionally, in order to be sure YogaNanda is the best environment for you to pursue your study of yoga, we recommend you attend at least one class with 2 of the 4 core faculty instructors at Yoga Nanda.

Tuition:

Includes:

– Yoga Alliance RYT 200 hour training certification

  • Unlimited yoga for the duration of the training at both studio locations

$3250 – Early Bird Enrollment (paid in full before September 18th)

$3450 – Regular Enrollment (paid in full after September 18th before November 1st)

(***Please note a 3% admin fee is incurred for credit card payments***Retreat lodging not included***)

$850 non-refundable deposit due upon acceptance to hold your place until the “paid in full” date of November 1st

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Graduation Requirements:

In order to receive a Yoga Nanda “Path to Realization” 200 hour Certification you will be required to complete the following:

All training sessions and required workshops

All out of classroom assignments and readings

Written exam to include Philosophy, Vocabulary, Sequencing, Sanskrit, and Program Content

Teach an Alignment-Based Vinyasa class that illustrates the principles and content of the training curriculum

Application:

Applications will be accepted until October 1st, 2017. Admission will be made in the order that the applications have been submitted.

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Nanda Teacher Training Scholarship Offering:

This Yoga Nanda Teacher Training partial scholarship program is intended for any yoga teacher or student, with limited income, who can share yoga with under-served populations in the community. Scholarships are intended to support the participation of low-income yoga teachers and students who actively contribute their unique teaching abilities to sharing yoga with people who would not otherwise receive the teachings. In other words, what is your plan to pay this knowledge forward if you’re awarded a partial scholarship? How can attending the Path to Self – realization 200 HR. Teacher Training help your life and how can you help the lives of others with your yoga?

These under-served populations include (but are not limited to):

Children/teens

Homeless Shelters

Senior Centers

Immigrants

People of low-socio economic backgrounds

Disabled people

Incarcerated populations

Survivors of Trafficking or Abuse

How to Apply:

Please put your essay and reference requested below together into a document and submit to caramaste@gmail.com asap along with any other helpful information.
(Deadline is 10/15/2017. Recipient will be announced 10/25/2017

We ask for the following information:

Essay: 150 words or less. Essay topics are not limited, but you may wish to reflect how yoga has impacted your life, and the lives of others, and why you are applying for the partial scholarship.

References: Please include 1 written reference from your yoga instructor, teacher/professor, employer or any other person who will provide us with an additional sense of why you should be considered. Ideally, the reference should be someone who has seen you teach to people who may not otherwise experience yoga.