200 Hour Teacher Training

Prana Yoga 200 Hour Teacher Training 

February 3 – April 21, 2018

 

Foundations of our training are in ParaYoga  & The Himalayan Tradition. Focus of our Training is Classical Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Vinyasa Flow, Vedic Wisdom, Meditation, Pranayama

 

This training will offer a rich foundation of information and experience from which to begin or deepen a practice of teaching yoga.  It is also open to dedicated yoga practitioners looking for a greater depth of knowledge. 

 

A goal of this program is to train yoga students to become exceptional yoga teachers with an ability to lead people of all kinds into a meaningful and authentic yoga practice. Participants will learn how to safely and systematically practice and teach a wide range of yoga postures, as well as breathing, relaxation and meditation techniques. Trainees will also learn how to instruct different levels of practitioners, address individual bodies, and integrate valuable yogic wisdom into their teaching. After completion, participants will be eligible for 200 Hour RYT designation with the National Yoga Alliance. 

 

Rooted in two holistic systems of yoga, ParaYoga and the Himalayan Tradition, this training aims to empower participants with an understanding of ancient yoga theory, as well as modern mind-body science.  ParaYoga is widely respected for intelligently sequencing yoga postures and breath-work to yield specific physical and energetic effects. The Himalayan Tradition is one of the oldest living traditions of yoga still vibrant today. Both systems emphasize the importance of meditation in contemporary life.

 

This experience will change your life…

This program is an opportunity for dedicated yoga practitioners to delve deeply into their own practice and study. It is also a transformation process. Through self-inquiry and facing personal challenges, participants grow as individuals form a tight bond with one another. Through this process trainees learn how to become a positive force in their own lives and in their communities. 

Topics Include:

▪Classical Yoga Philosophy & Scripture Study

▪Teaching Principles: Alignment, Sequencing, Hands on Adjustments

▪Classroom Principles: Assessing Student Needs & Limitations, Making Modifications, Using Props

▪Structural Anatomy & Physiology

▪Subtle Anatomy: Chakras, Koshas, Prana, Nadis, Kundalini

▪Models of the Mind

▪Systematic Relaxation, Pranayama & Meditation

▪Principles of Ayurveda: Gunas, Doshas

▪Sanskrit Level I

▪Business & Ethics

Our Faculty

Ma Lochana (Rossella Rossi) Director

Karina Mirsky, Senior Para Yoga Teacher, Faculty Himalayan Institute

Manorama D’Alvia, Director of Sanskrit Studies/Luminous Path

Katrin Loveland, Yoga Alignment (Iyenger)

Hope Piza, Ayurveda 

Richard Sherman,  Prenatal , Yoga Instructor

Dona Piza, Owner, Prana Yoga

 

Tuition $3,895 – Must be paid in full by course start date- Prepayments and payment plans available

Program Requirements

Prana Yoga is committed to upholding a high standard of quality for our teacher training program. We require applicants to have a minimum of 1 year consistent yoga asana practice. 

Certification Requirements

Our trainees are evaluated on attendance, comprehension, practice teaching, homework assignments and must pass the final exam. There is a required amount of practicum (asana classes) during the training that is included in your tuition and must be completed by the end of the program.

If you are passionate about yoga and are ready to deepen your own practice and make a transition into earning your living inspiring and helping others apply today.

Teacher training is one of the most fulfilling and rewarding experiences you will ever have. It will change your life forever.