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FREE YNDH 6-Week
Community Trauma-Informed Yoga Teacher Training
ONLY 11 SPOTS AVAILABLE
Join a community of Yoga teachers dedicated to making the world a better place through the power of Yoga and mindfulness. This 6 week Teacher Training program will impart more in-depth mechanisms and pedagogy to teach Yoga as a vehicle for total wellness, regardless of social or economic status. With a emphasis on health and healing to the general public, our graduates have developed a variety of Yoga, wellness and stress management programs to meet the needs of people in under resourced communities i.e. schools, hospitals, mental health settings, corporations, wellness centers, senior care, community centers, social outreach programs, the performing arts and athletics. More importantly, we cultivate Yoga teachers that go out into the world and make it a better place by bringing diversity and inclusivity to the practice of wellness.
To foster and deepen a genuine, personal lifestyle mixed with traditional and modern practices, ensuring a profound understanding of the art of Yoga and mindfulness.
To amplify the process that creates exceptional instructors, empowering them to serve their respective communities with integrity, compassion, skill, and safety.
To cultivate instructors who bring diversity, inclusion, and acceptance to every space they create
We offer a non-dogmatic, personally nurturing environment.
Location, Tuition, and General Information
Training Dates: June 15th- July 6th
Thursday's 6:30 pm - 9:00 CST
DEC Network (Located in Red Bird Mall)
Teacher Training Program Focus Areas:
Individualized Teaching and Learning
Develop your Yoga teaching methodology as part of your own unique life vision and mission. The Integrative Yoga Teacher Training Program is based on the vision of Yoga Therapy using an individualized approach under the premise that the needs of students are plural as well as unique. Each Yoga teacher trainee will receive comprehensive and in-depth discussion on the wider vision of Yoga as well as detailed experiential displays of tools and techniques of Yoga. With this foundation, each teacher expands their own unique range of possibilities. Through this manner of instruction each Yoga teacher can develop their own vision of the teaching process.
Experiential Approach to Education
Learn all the key concepts of teaching such as inclusion, class design, sequencing, pacing, use of voice and instructions, hands-on and off adjustments in a concise and clear format that is essential to the formation of creative, comprehensive and interesting sessions.
Take Your Teaching Beyond the Yoga Classroom
Learn to teach Yoga classes for specific demographics and locations, such as medical settings, education, recovery and business as well as Yoga classes for the general public.
A Multidimensional Approach to Yoga Postures
Learn to teach Asana through the Integrative Posture Principles. These principles facilitate a precise and in-depth understanding of how Asanas work on physical, energetic, emotional, spiritual levels and how to modify them for individual needs.
Understand Health and Illness
Learn the nature of wellbeing. As well as the difference between wellness and health; illness and pathology from the Yoga perspective. Understand the role that stress plays, as well as the specific ways in which Yoga and mindfulness manages stress.
Interactive Psychology and Philosophy of Yoga
Learn the tenets of the psychology and philosophy of Yoga in a manner that is clear, well organized and can be integrated into your teaching and daily life. This study includes Yoga N Da Hood methodologies, Yoga Sutras, Texts of Hatha Yoga and The Five Kosha Model.
Creative, Student-Centered Education
Learn to teach Yoga classes that are exceptional and creative, that develop a theme from start to finish; classes that involve your student at every level of their being and leave them with the complete experience of integration which is the power of Yoga.
Explore the Deeper Practices of Yoga
Learn pranayama, mudras, bandhas, chakras, vayus, nadis, meditation, and Yoga nidra, in order to expand your horizons of Yoga teaching.
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