Yoga Immersion & Teacher Training
Tantra | Dynamic Alignment | Ayurveda
Full Spectrum Living
With Gina Minyard, E-RYT 500
Future plans for Advanced 300-hour training TBA
“Know Yourself, Unfold Yourself”
For all yoga teachers at the 200-hour level. This Advanced 300-hour Teacher Training course will qualify existing 200-hour Registered Yoga Teachers (RYT 200) for registration at the 500-hour level (RYT 500) with Yoga Alliance through Yoga Collective.
Deepen your personal practice and experience of the arts and techniques of yoga practice and philosophy through:
Tantric Yoga philosophy | Mythology | Alignment-Based Asana | Pranayama & Meditation | Ayurveda | Applied Psychology for Yogis | Practical Sanskrit | History of Yoga
Fortify and refine your teaching skills and presence:
Asana and Alignment Clinics | Sequencing | Class Planning | Theme Development |Voice Coaching & Languaging Skills | Observation | Verbal Adjustments | Hands-On Adjustments | Anatomy & Physiology | Applied Remedial Benefits | Branding & Business of Yoga | Special Populations | Teacher Ethics
Along with individual group mentoring, guided process and personal growth work, professional development, and electives. Please read about the 200-hour Yoga Immersion & Teacher Training for more information on the premise of this training.
Marcy Bravermen-Goldstein, PhD
Dr. Camden Clay
… and other special guests!
The required weekends of this training consist of Advanced Immersion, Teacher Training, and Guest Experts. Additionally, weekend workshops with master internationally renowned yoga teachers will be offered as electives for the course.
Advanced Immersion is a profound dive into theory of the practice – philosophy and technique – along with the practice of the practice – alignment-based asana, pranayama, and meditation – and contemplation exercises to assimilate the teachings. Fundamentally a yoga teacher is a yoga student, drawing from their own experience, and these weekends are about never-ending inner journey and outer unfolding of the yogi.
Teacher Training weekends are dedicated to the theory and practice of the art and science of teaching yoga – sequencing, theming, observations and adjustments, modifications and contraindications, cueing and voice, demonstrations, and so much more. There will be philosophical themes and personal yoga practice, but with more behind-the-scenes emphasis and exploration as it pertains to teaching yoga, along with practical exercises and clinics to develop teaching skills and personal growth. Primarily led by Gina Minyard, these weekends will include some specialized guest teachers as well. Teacher Training weekends are open only to enrolled training participants to nurture the container of personal growth within this cohort.
Guest Expert weekends bring in specialized presenters for a well-rounded and integrated skillset for the advanced teacher in training. Fields included are: Anatomy, Physiology, and Yoga Therapeutics, Branding and Personal/Professional Development, Applied Psychology for Yogis, Sanskrit and History of Yoga, and Ayurveda for the Yoga Teacher. These weekends will be open to the public.
Fees and Payments:Full details of fees and payment plans, as well as other important details can be found in the Orientation Letter.
Future plans for Advanced 300-hour training TBA.