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  Become a Yoga Teacher! 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training is the initial step in doing what you love! Whether you want to teach yoga or simply grow your practice, Yoga Teacher Training IS the Journey to take! WELCOME

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  Against the trend of big box yoga, we strive to deliver an experience that’s serene, pleasing & authentic. Our training locations offer beautiful spaces to support you, offering  nourishing & open learning environments.

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Live the Life You Love & Love the Life You Live

Live Your Passion | Become a Yoga Teacher

Don’t wait for the perfect moment ~ make the moment perfect!

 

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Yoga Teacher Training is one of the most important decisions you will make for your future.  It is the first step in you taking time to invest in something greater than self!  That is Yoga ~ selfless & serving.

Not everyone decides to take Yoga Teacher Training to become a Teacher.  Self-improvement & quality of life are also reasons why students join Yoga Teacher Training. The tools & experiences you gain are universal & may be applied to all aspects of your life ~ these elements make Yoga Teacher Training a truly holistic program.

Our Yoga Teacher Training Program is accredited, certified and recognized world-wide through our Registered Yoga School designation with Yoga Alliance.  Accreditation DOES matter!

The most unique benefits of our program include the small class sizes & that all programs are taught by 2 Co-Lead Teachers, at all times.  These benefits alone will ensure your experience is nothing less than outstanding!  

Our entire team of Registered Yoga Teacher Trainers & Yoginis are here to support you each step of the way!  Our intention is to ensure that every student is successful in Following Their Passion and Living Their Yoga!

 

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Boundaries: Learning to Respect Them | Yogacara Teacher Training

Boundaries | Being True to Yourself As a yoga teacher respecting boundaries is not only a huge part of holding space for your students but also a practice in Satya and being true to yourself. As individuals, we learn how to create our own around work, life, friends, what we deem acceptable or not but sometimes these boundaries may get cluttered with self doubt or by the people in our lives. On the Mat: When teaching a yoga class it is important to know the boundaries of your students, whether or not they would like to receive hands on adjustments or not, how you approach them in class and even where they are at in their practice. In addition, when you are teaching it is important to maintain your own personal boundaries and to have a clear definition of what your student/teacher relationship is. What do you deem acceptable in how much your students share with you, and how much of yourself you share with them. Off the Mat: Sometimes it can be a little harder to define them off the mat, in our day to day lives. When we are able to be true to ourselves and live from a place of contentment (Santosha), when we are able to say no when we want to say no & yes when we really want to say yes. When we are able to define them not only with the people in our lives, but with ourselves we are able to see when perhaps we shouldn’t sub that class this week and rather have some time at home to rest and restore. Defining our boundaries can... read more

Experience: Making Sense of Your World | Yogacara Teacher Training

Experience: Understanding Your World Through Yoga Experience is to undergo an event or an occurrence. The diversity of our lives means that everyone can experiences the same event in a different way. We all grow up in different environments, places and cultures, so if 50 people were to be at a supermarket at the same time they would each experience that place in a very unique way. If they go there everyday each of them would have a different experience each day. Imagine all the varied places someone could visit before they end up shopping for groceries, this can affect how one person experiences the same place at that moment. If some of them are young adults, their needs and wants could be different from someone who is in their 70s. Someone who identifies as a woman could have a different experience than someone who identifies as a man. Someone trying to loose weight could experience the supermarket as the place that holds the secret to a slim body. Fans of football could perceive it as fun because they will find snacks for watching the game later on. If the store is known for carrying only healthy food then someone interested in organic, local or gluten free food will find a lot of value in going there while someone not interested in that will probably find a hard time looking for what they want. Because we all have different values and backgrounds when it comes to teaching spirituality it is important to provide many different points of view to encompass the many possible interpretations and applications. The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, which are traditional yoga scriptures and written around 400 CE, were not intended for the student to figure out themselves but for the teacher to guide the student. We all experience and understand the Sutras differently and the wonderful thing about teaching from traditional scriptures like the Sutras is that one... read more

Kindness: A Way of Being in Life | Yogacara Teacher Training

Kindness Love in Action The dictionary definition of the word kindness is ‘the quality of being friendly, generous and considerate’. There is no place on earth that epitomizes this quite like Bali. Within minutes of arriving I knew my understanding and experience of kindness would be forever transformed. It began with a taxi ride. The driver commented about my kindness towards him which started a conversation around how the Balinese believe that being kind is one of the faces of God (please feel free to substitute dog, divine, higher power, etc). Kind here is a way of being, doing and acting for them. It’s part of their DNA as well as their deep spiritual beliefs. My next encounter was being welcomed to my home away from home with such profound care I was almost brought to tears. There is no expectation attached but rather just the pure joy of giving. Each person I encounter here radiates this energy and by extension I can’t help but BE kind in return, it’s infectious and irresistible. Everyday there are so many snap shots of kindness. For example; being greeted with big smiles and good morning/afternoon, remembering my name, leaving a lovely quote card and a flower on the bed each night, I could go one but I think you get the picture. I experience each act of kindness I receive or witness as an invitation to be more open to moments when I too can extend an act of kindness, be friendly, have a generous heart and be considerate. It’s so easy to get caught up in what’s not working in life, who’s doing what to whom, why me, why not me and a whole list of other complaints and musings. All of which suck the kindness/generosity/consideration out of life. Seeing life through this lens breaks down barriers, softens the hard edges, creates a feeling of connectedness, fosters happiness and just plain feels good! I will be taking this... read more
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