200 HOUR TRAINING

w/ Barefoot power yoga teacher training school


STARTS OCTOBER 18TH 2019

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BPY uses a unique and simple approach to teaching yoga that allows you to tap into your best resource, you! Too often yoga teachers are overly focused on memorizing a sequence that they miss out on what is happening in the moment. Barefoot Power Yoga teaches a simple and adaptable arc that allows teachers flexibility, while staying present and tuned in to their students. Teaching yoga is not a performance, but an opportunity to show up and connect with others.

ANATOMY

Students will gain an overall knowledge of basic anatomy for both yin and yang postures through one 6-hour lecture and several smaller anatomy clinics. In each clinic, students will go over anatomy as it relates to yoga; joint articulation, muscle action, energy lines, modifications, variations and contraindications. Furthermore, teacher trainees will learn how best to connect and assist their students by honing their ability to stay present. Sometimes the best assist is simply holding space for students and allowing them to be in the moment. 

PRACTICE TEACHING

Teacher trainees will receive live coaching and feedback through group and one on one practice teach sessions. These sessions provide a wonderful opportunity to practice BPY principles, but also an opportunity for personal growth and transformation. Simply put, teachers learn to become confident and powerful teachers by learning how to be themselves.

WORKSHOPS

Throughout training students are expected to attend workshops on a variety of topics such as arm balances, chakras, kundalini, restorative yoga, meditation and much more! As part of training, students will learn how to design, promote and lead their very own workshop to the 360 community. 

COMMUNITY CLASSES

Once teacher trainers are ready, they will have the opportunity to implement and practice their teaching skills to live classes at 360 Yoga.

LECTURES

Students will learn the history and philosophy of yoga through ancient texts, modern science, pranayama and meditation in addition to BPY principals such as public speaking, authentic voice, and mindfulness.

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DATES

 October 18th, 19th, 20th

November 15th, 16th, 17th

December 13th, 14th, 15th

January 10th, 11th, 12th

February 21st, 22nd, 23rd

March 13th, 14th, 15th

April 24th, 25th, 26th (Graduation Weekend extended hours)

SCHEDULE (MEET ONE WEEKEND FOR 7 MONTHS)

Fridays            6pm-10pm

Saturdays        9:30am – 6:30pm

Sundays           8:30am – 5:30pm

PRICING:

The following pricing includes $250 non-refundable deposit.

Extra early bird           $2,800 (if paid in full by August 12th)

Early bird                    $2,900 (if paid in full by September 16th. Deposit due September 9th)

Regular pricing           $3,000 (Payment plan available. Deposit due September 9th)

 *No refunds after October 18th. Refunds before October 18th will lose deposit.

RYT 200 HOUR CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS

  • Attend weekend sessions (yoga classes, lectures, anatomy clinics, and practice teach sessions)

  • Teach 3 community classes or partner taught classes

  • Observe 3 studio classes and written feedback

  • 3 hands-on assists

  • Submit all work and hours (maximum of 9 missed hours)

  • Complete student taught workshop and final exam

  • 20 non-contact hours (reading, journaling, in-house or outside workshops, yoga classes, mentoring, etc.)

  • Tuition paid in full

ADDITIONAL COSTS

  • Elective Workshops

  • Do Your Om Thing, Rebecca Pacheco

  • Yoga Anatomy, 2nd Edition Leslie Kaminoff

 ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

  • 3 outside studio classes and written feedback

  • 25 elective hours (additional classes, workshops, assists, observations, community classes)

POWER VINYASA TEACHER TRAINING LEADS & CO-LEADS

Jill Griffiths, E-RYT 500 hour certified / Co-leads Ruth Elliott, RYT 500 and Mandy Riley E-RYT 500

 If you have any questions prior, please feel free to contact us at anytime.