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Continued Education Teacher Training Intensives + Development 

Learning is an ongoing journey and we are life-long students. Continue to broaden your knowledge base as a yoga instructor, yogi, and learner of life! Explore our menu of offerings of continued education resources to dive deeper into the history and philosophy of yoga, and learn more about techniques, methods and styles of meditation, yoga and fitness.

CHAIR YOGA TEACHER TRAINING

Learn the possibilities of doing yoga with a chair. Chair yoga makes the practice accessible to everyone. We will learn seated and standing poses. Learn how to sequence a class according to the needs of your students. Led by Cindy Romano

Yoga nidra Teacher Training 

Learn the history and roots of Yoga Nidra, the purpose of the practice, and how to guide your students into this multi-layer, multi-dimensional space of the self. You will learn how to deepen your own practice, how to write a script (and how to freestyle your own script), and key words to help your students stay in the practice of the Nidra. Together, we will explore the use of a Sankalpa, it’s purpose, and the benefits. We will explore the Koshas, and how to engage with the Koshas through the rotation of consciousness. At the end of this course, you will have a clear understanding of the structure of Yoga Nidra, know the difference between guided meditation and Yoga Nidra, and have a solid understanding of the safety guidelines for this practice. Led by Tiffany Curren

Meditation Teacher Training

Want to deepen your meditation practice? Join and be a part of this immersive training which explores the broad spectrum of meditation approaches and their benefits. We will cover teaching methodology and language, various techniques, concepts and practice, and guidelines for a personal practice. Training will be experiential in nature and you will leave with the confidence to continue your own practice as well as lead meditation for others. This Training is ideal for Yoga Teachers, Healers, Health & Wellness Coaches, Physicians, Nurses, Midwives, Doulas, Therapists, Counselors, Teachers, Social Workers, Executives, and anyone else seeking to share the profound benefits of stress-reduction with others. Led by Sarah Anfora

 

Teaching Adaptive Yoga to Children with Special Needs

Learn how to teach yoga to children with special needs. This training focuses on Observational Skills, (What to Notice) Creating the Setting/Tone, Designing Appropriate Movement & Mindfulness Activities and affirmations. This workshop is designed to cultivate the adaptive skills necessary for teaching yoga classes to children with special needs including ADD/ADHD, Sensory Integration Disorders, Autism Spectrum, PDD-NOS (Pervasive Developmental Disorder –Not Otherwise Specified) in studio, school and therapeutic settings. Topics covered will be terms and definitions, observational skills, setting the class scene, smooth transition strategies, cueing language, tone, cadence, developmentally appropriate sequencing of poses, mindfulness awareness activities, effective use of props, guidelines for hands on adjustments and safety precautions, peace & calming savasana variations.  The inspiration and goal of this workshop is to give children’s yoga teachers, parents, caregivers and educators the tools to create a space of community, empowerment and self love for all children to live their best optimally healthy life mind body and spirit. Led by Heidi Camuti

CHILDREN’S YOGA TEACHER TRAINING

Learn to safely & effectively teach yoga to kids, tweens, and teen. We will give you tips & tricks to meet the growing needs of youth, create & deliver transformative practices in this fun exploration of mind & body. This training is great for parents, care givers, school teachers & yoga instructors. Led by Cindy Romano

BARRE YOGA TEACHER TRAINING

This Barre Teacher Training, approved by the American Council of Exercise, will teach the proper methods of “barre-infused” movements and can be used as continued education fitness hours.In this Barre Instructor Training:
• Trainees will develop an understanding of physical technique and how to assess and cue for movement in class.
• Trainees will learn how to teach and lead a 55 minute Barre class, with music and proper verbal cuing.
• Trainees will understand how to address students through code of ethics, and respect to their role as a teacher.
• Trainees will learn about professional acknowledgement of ailments, and how to support students, without diagnosis.
• Trainees will learn how to design their own class, structured around the elements of the “pulse”
 Led by Meghan Angello

AERIAL YOGA TEACHER TRAINING

This is a comprehensive 30-hour intensive training ins which we will focus on foundation, deepening your practice + developing the skills needed to teach a Fly & Release Aerial Yoga class. Get ready to be empowered, fly & release. Led by Jodi Kobrin

Hot yoga Teacher Training

 

This intensive training is broken into two parts which can be done as a bundle or individually. In Part 1 will you will gain an understanding of Hot Yoga, focusing on logistical considerations when teaching a Heated Vinyasa or Power Class, student safety + self-care, and sequencing. In Part 2 you’ll learn the benefits, methods, poses, & sequence of the traditional Hot 26 poses along with alignment and cuing for each pose. Led by Stacy Rosales

Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training

Develop a knowledge base and comfort level for teaching pregnant women in all stages of pregnancy, birth and beyond. This intensive training includes demonstration, lecture, practice teaching, and independent study. Participants will learn about the physical anatomical, emotional, and mental changes of a woman’s body and deveoping baby through the stages of pregnancy. Explore pain-coping and relaxation techniques and learn about common discomforts and how to modify your practice to help alleviate them. This program is great for yoga instructors, yoga teacher trainees, doula’s and labor support people, and pregnant women looking to learn more about her pregnancy, birth, and recovery applied to her yoga practice. Led by Stephanie Parcells 

Restorative Yoga Teacher Training

This intensive training will prepare you with the understanding and ability to bring the nurturing style of restorative yoga into your personal practice and to share with your clients. Learn the principles required to teach a safe class to every person’s individual needs and how to create a relaxing environment to support the experience. Learn the benefits, poses + sequencing, use of props, cues and assists to achieve deeper levels of release involved in restorative yoga. Led by Cindy Romano

 

Stand Up Paddleboard Yoga Teacher Training

Stand Up Paddle (SUP) Yoga demands great focus, enhances stability and strength, and calms the body-mind and soul while having an incredibly fun time on the water. In this training you will gain more than just the skills to teach a floating class. You get a one-stop shop ~ training and marketing support, mentoring services, innovative sequencing resources and a new community of wave-making, water-loving, high-vibing friends. Become certified to teach both pool SUP and open water SUP. Led by Jana Mars of Aqua Vida

Yin Yoga Teacher Training

In this Training Intensive, you will gain a deeper understanding of Yin Yoga as a practice, while focusing on considerations as both a student and a teacher. You’ll also learn how to sequence a yin yoga class, and learning Yin Yoga poses and adjustments. Led by Stacy Rosales

Yoga for Mental Health, Trauma + Addiction Teacher Training

Through lecture, self-inquiry, group discussion, and practice teaching, we will investigate trauma theories, trauma informed yoga, and body based healing. After completion of this training you will feel empowered to offer trauma informed yoga classes to a variety of populations. If you are not a yoga teacher, this training will support you in your own self regulation, offer you tools you can use with patients and clients.

As a student in this training you will:
? Gain a deeper understanding of what trauma is and the impact. Specifically, how traumatized people process information, trauma symptoms, and how trauma impacts sensorimotor processing.
? Learn how trauma affects children’s proprioception, interoception, brain development, emotional regulation, and cognition.
? Through exploration of A.C.E , complex trauma, developmental trauma, and attachment theories, you will be able to articulate the range of adaptation to trauma in early life.
? Learn tools to increase heart rate variability, increase neuroplasticity, decrease activity in the default mode network, induce the relaxation response, support nervous system regulation, body awareness, and communication. These skills will be useful in your own journey as well valuable to integrate in your role as a teacher.
? You will have tools to make your standard classes more trauma sensitive. Through practicum, you will feel empowered to offer trauma-informed yoga classes with individuals and small groups.
? We will explore recent advances in neurobiology of trauma, and how trauma-informed yoga can be a body-based tool for those healing trauma.
Led by Deb Lubetkin of Kula For Karma

Yoga with Props Teacher Training

In this training you will learn techniques and methods for providing yoga in a more accessible way with a specific focus on physical disabilities and the elderly. You will learn how to build creative sequencing which incorporate props such as blocks, straps, bolsters, blankets, balls, etc and how to prepare and sequence an effective and beneficial chair yoga class for various levels. Led by Cindy Romano

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