FALL YOGA TEACHER TRAINING 2018
200 hour yoga alliance certified
1 weekend per month / 7am-5pm / 8 months
April 6/7 (Graduation)
In addition to scheduled weekends, students are required to meet the first Thursday of every month
for Kirtan at The Bhakti Center, 7-9pm
7:00-8:15am morning meditation
8:30-10:00am morning yoga practice
11:00-1:00pm yoga philosophy
2:00-5:00pm student led teaching, study of yoga postures and adjustments.
location – the bhakti center
Free membership for the duration of your training.
$1,000 Non-refundable deposit due upon acceptance
First 5 Students $2500 (must be paid in full)
Full Tuition $3200
Full Tuition is due ONE week prior to school start date
$1,000 deposit is forfeited upon cancellation
Refund window closes 3 weeks prior to school start date; all monies forfeited thereafter
Scholarships available based on income. Email to inquire about availability
For more information or to register for yoga teacher training please write to email@example.com or call 352-870-7412.
This special course provides training in the skills and knowledge necessary to be a qualified yoga instructor. You will experience life as a yogi. The training will place emphasis on personal growth and increased physical stamina, and will provide you with a thorough understanding of yoga asana & philosophy, bhakti, meditation, pranayama and ayurveda
The experience is incredible! It’s like having a community of support around the most important aspects of our life. We laugh and cry, create incredible friendships with the foundation of Yoga holding us; we explore life’s deepest questions with some of the most qualified teachers – teachers not only with knowledge, but real EXPERIENCE through living the life of Yoga. It’s fun! It’s powerful. It’s transformational. It’s most likely one of the most important investments of your life.
That is what yoga means – simply to unite. To unite the body with nature – that is Hatha-yoga. To create unity within the mind and the body – that is Pranayama. To create unity with the mind and the atma – that is Jnana. To create unity between the soul and God – that is Bhakti. That is the complete yoga system – unity. And in that unified condition, we can actually express that natural innate love, that we have found in our own life, in everything we do in the world. – Radhanath Swami
A desire to go deeper into the essence of the yogic teachings, lifestyle and practice.
This training was above and beyond anything I could have imagined from a Yoga Teacher Training. It was actually a course in how to live. It not only taught us how to teach but how to deepen our own practice so that we become what we are teaching. I feel confident and inspired to share Yoga and also have a much deeper understanding of myself and my purpose in the world. The guidance, wisdom, technique, and love that is shared through this course is unmatched. I leave here with open eyes, an open heart, and overflowing with joy. – Danielle S.
This training was a life changing experience for me. I learned more than merely the correct way of doing yoga postures; I learned the very essence of yoga itself. – Jennifer T
– History and Philosophy of Yoga
– Bhakti Yoga
– Study of the Bhagavad-gita and Yoga Sutras
– Kirtan & Chanting
– Detailed study of asana (postures)
– Art of Sequencing
– Psychology, physiology, and philosophy of the chakra system
– Meditation & Pranayama practices
– Karma & Reincarnation
– Practice teaching
– Business of Yoga
– Yoga Teacher Ethics
– Ayurveda: Yogic Diet and Lifestyle
**Expect homework, personal projects, in-class presentations and karma yoga/ service:)
– The Journey Home- Radhanath Swami (prerequisite reading)
– Yoga Teacher’s Toolbox – Joseph Le Page & Lillian Le Page
– The Dharma Code- Simon Hass
– Yoga and Vegetarianism: The Diet of Enlightenment – Sharon Gannon
– Nonviolent communication by Marshall b Rosenberg
– The Bhagavad-gita As It Is – Srila A.C. Bhaktivendanta Swami
Visit Website: http://bhakticenter.org/fall-yoga-teacher-training-2018/