- Advanced Biomechanics (spirals, loops, fascial lines)
- Safe performance of advanced poses
- Deeper understanding of tantric philosophy
- Intelligent sequencing for a wide variety of students
- How to teach centering, pranayama and meditation
- Assists, adjustments and modifications for common poses
- Understanding and addressing common misalignments
- Yoga Therapeutics and injury prevention
200 HR Yoga Teacher Training
with Siri Peterson Cavanna, Chrissy Graham and Saraswati Clere
YogaKula, Berkeley, CA
Yoga Kula’s 200 hour Teacher Training is designed to deepen your understanding of yoga and it’s practices, as well as help you identify your unique voice as a teacher. You’ll receive comprehensive training in teaching alignment-based hatha and vinyasa yoga classes and cultivate the knowledge and confidence to teach a safe and engaging yoga class to a wide variety of students. During the course of this program you will discover, cultivate, and refine your authentic voice as you step confidently into the practice of teaching yoga to others. Together we’ll learn how to articulate instructions clearly and succinctly, skillfully observe and adjust students, develop and weave relevant class themes, learn therapeutic alignment principles, inspire students and teach from the heart. Trainees will benefit from individualized attention, ample opportunities for practice and feedback, and deeper integration into a community of like-hearted souls.
Yoga teacher training is appropriate for experienced students who wish to pursue teaching and current teachers wishing to expand and fine tune their skills and abilities. It is also appropriate for passionate students who simply wish to deepen their practice of yoga. The 200 hours of yoga teacher training consists of 100 hours of the Yoga Immersion, followed by 100 hours dedicated to the art and science of teaching. All trainees who have completed a 100 hour Yoga Immersion or another 200 HR Teacher Training are eligible to attend. Please contact Siri or YogaKula for more information.