13th Annual Yoga Alliance Sanctioned*
200-Hour Teacher Training
February – April, 2019
Our Classic Training is ALIGNMENT-BASED**.
However, you will become familiar with, and be able to skillfully teach “Vinyasa Flow”
Be prepared to learn why it exists,
where it comes from and when NOT to practice this way.
*(You do not need to be an aspiring yoga teacher to take this course.)
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 2017 GRADS! YOU ROCKED IT!
Yoga at the Village presents a unique expanded study and teacher training course for enthusiastic practitioners, as well as potential instructors.
All established yoga traditions point to the same underlying reality, but they each come from their own, intrinsically valid, philosophical perspective.
This course is designed to provide a harmonious exploration of three diversely unique Hatha Yoga traditions: Ashtanga, Iyengar and Viniyoga. In this program, we will explore the fundamental differences of these classical traditions as well as their unifying qualities, in a respectfully adventurous format.* (See note below)
We welcome guest master teachers Ann Austin, Tony Briggs and Mirka Kraftsow among others.
If you’re interested in expanding your understanding of yoga and/or would like to become a teacher, please join us! In this inclusive experience, you will receive essential information on living a yogic life,
as well as leading safe and well structured, Hatha Yoga classes.
*Note: Our training is not governed by one specific philosophy or franchise. We offer a comprehensive, thorough experience. There is not one way to present, teach or learn. Our goal is to provide our teaching candidates with an historic understanding of three of the main traditions of yoga and how it was presented, taught and learned by the masters long ago. You, as a student of yoga or prospective teacher, will be able to present, teach, and continue your learning with an educated open mind infused with a dose of humor.
Yoga at the Village is a Registered Yoga School (RYS) with Yoga Alliance as a RYS 200 and RYS 300 (formerly RYS 200 & 500).** Trainees who complete the 200-hour foundational and 300-hour advanced trainings with a RYS and have taught yoga at least 100 hours after completing either the 200-hour or 300-hour trainings are eligible to earn the Registered Yoga Teacher designation at the 500-level (RYT 500).
**The yoga therapy components of our classes and teacher trainings are based on our BCTMB Qualifications, not derived from our status as a RYS with Yoga Alliance Registry.
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