Yoga with Intention ~ A Yoga Alliance Registered Teaching School
Whether you have ever imagined of being a teacher, or you are simple drawn to the idea of diving deeper into a practice that you love, a yoga teacher training can open up doors for you in ways that you may have never expected. As much as this training program is a journey deep into the foundations of yoga; history, philosophy, anatomy, alignment, etc, this program is a journey into better knowing yourself. Yoga is, as we know from the Bhagavad Gita, "is a journey of the self, through the self, to the self".
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In accordance with Yoga Alliance's standards for 200 hour certification, you will graduate from Yoga San Kalpa's 200hr TT with:
· At least 100 hours of Techniques, Training and Practice
· At least 25 hours of Methodology
· At least 20 hours of Anatomy and Physiology
· At least 30 hours of Yoga Philosophy, Lifestyle and Ethics
· At least 10 hours Practicum
Until relatively recently, yoga was taught one-on-one. In this teacher training we try to honor the importance of individualized learning by keeping the groups small. There are ongoing modules on offer, and you are able to attend when your schedule allows, until the requirements are completed for graduation. Yet, even then, you are encouraged and welcomed to attend sessions. Each session will not always have the same faces, bodies, levels of experience. In this way you will get a more diverse experience of all these varied lessons and explorations, while each individual session remains quite small, intimate and protected.
Most of the trainings will take place on Martha's Vineyard, out of the Yoga on the Vine studio, though there will always be opportunities to complete hours on retreat that happen in the US and abroad. For those that do not live on Martha's Vineyard, there are a variety of housing options we can explore to accommodate you. You may even find that being away from home on these intense training weekends supports your ability to absorb the complex and involved information that we stir up, without the normal demands of home, habit and family.