In this training with Amy Pancake, you'll come to understand the history and definition of trauma and its physical signs and lasting emotional effects on your students. She will guide you in how to theme effectively for a trauma sensitive yoga class, what to include, and understand triggers that may arise and how to deal with them responsibly.
February 1-3, 2019
Friday 6-9pm, Saturday & Sunday 9am-5pm
Full Weekend $300
Join Sheila Ewers, E-RYT500, owner and founder of Johns Creek Yoga and Duluth Yoga Center,Yoga Teacher Trainer at both the 200 and 500 level, and leader of both local and international retreats for a weekend intensive exploring foundational principles of crafting transformative programming.
One of the most powerful ways to deepen a yoga practice is through more immersive experiences than one can gain from daily classes. Workshops and Retreats give you the ability to take your students into more subtle aspects of consciousness and self and are a fulfilling and powerful way for you to share what you love.
In this workshop, you will learn:
Principles of effective multimodal teaching to appeal to kinesthetic, audio and visual learners
Ways to connect students to a communal experience and build sangha
Effective use of dyads and triads
How to create and energetic “arc” for longer programming
The business considerations for leading a retreat
This module is required for students participating in the RYS300 hour program, but is open to all.
This module counts for 25 CEUs approved by Yoga Alliance. (23 contact, 2 non-contact)
Friday, 6-9 pm, Saturday, 8-6pm, Sunday 8-6pm
Join Grace Jull, the anatomy specialist for over a decade with the Kripalu Yoga Teacher training and Massage school, as she guides you through the exquisite terrain of your body, blending the frontiers of science and esoteric insight with rich experiential exercises. Understanding the Chakras offers a coherent map to inhabit yourselves with more clarity and creativity, allowing powerful collaboration with the vast intelligence of your body, mind, and spirit. By uniting the ancient maps of the Chakras with modern anatomical structure, Grace teaches you how to become more deeply at home in the center of your source and soul.
During your time with Grace explore:
- Experiential exercises and yoga practices that will energize and expand your awareness.
- Grounded and illuminating anatomy instruction about systems associated with the Chakras, particularly fascia, the glands and nervous system.
- A deeper understanding and access to the psycho-spiritual aspects of these centers of intelligence and self- expression.
Yoga students and teachers alike will benefit from this exploration, and will leave with a greater compassion, capacity, and curiosity in discovering your body’s full potential. Befriend your body more deeply, taking with you the resources to perceive your body, mind and spirit as your beloved companion, living with greater potency, flow, freedom and pleasure.
This workshop is part of our RYT300 Yoga Teacher Training, and includes both students from the public and students in the teacher training.
Full Weekend: $400 / Early Bird Discount until May 1: $350
Individual Sessions: $75
- Thursday, April 25, 6-9 pm: 90 Minute asana class and Introduction
- Friday, April 26, 8 am-12 pm Session 1/ 1-5 pm Session 2
- Saturday, April 27, 8 am-12 pm Session 3/ 1-5 pm Session 4
- Sunday, April 28, 8 am-12 pm Session 5/ 1-5 pm Session 6
Cost includes food, lodging, tuition and manual for 5 days/4 nights:
Space is limited to 10 Participants.
Twin/ Shared Room: $1000
Queen/ Private Room/Shared Bath: $1200
Queen/Private Room/Private Bath: $1400
- A historical perspective of Yin Yoga and its roots in Taoism
- Yoga anatomy for a yin perspective
- The Dualism of body and mind
- Meridian Theory and the use of yin yoga for targeted results
- Yin for athletes
Course will be 50% lecture and 50% practice
Friday: 6-9 pm, Saturday and Sunday: 9:30-4:30
Full Price for weekend $300
*Counts for 15 CE hours: