Cost $2800, with 2 early birds. (Payment Plan Available with full price)
1st early bird due January 31st will be $2400,
2nd early bird due February 29th will be $2600

2020 Dates:

March 14, 15, 21, 22
April   4, 5, 11, 18, 25, 26
May   2, 3, 9, 30, 31
June  6, 7, 13, 14, 20

Saturdays (lunches and breaks)

8:00 am - 7:30 pm

Sundays  (lunches and breaks)

8:00 am - 6:00 pm

Become a yoga teacher or deepen your practice through the Art of Yoga 200-hour yoga teacher training this fall at Yoga in Quartz Hill!  The Art of Yoga’s mission is to equip Yoga teachers with the skills to be able to teach yoga to anyone who is interested, regardless of size, age, mobility or health conditions. The Art of Yoga’s 200-hour yoga teacher training is certified by Yoga Alliance and focuses on classical yoga, fitness, therapeutic practices, and excellence in teaching. Our eight-limbed approach to Yoga provides teacher trainees with the expertise to teach and practice Yoga as a vehicle for total wellness. We emphasis classes that integrate the complete experience of Yoga including physical practice, breathwork and meditation.

We consider Yoga an art form. Our teacher trainees learn to teach Yoga classes that are exceptional and creative. Knowing which asanas to instruct, how to assemble a sequence of asanas, and the benefits and contraindications of each asana is art that can be learned.  Art of Yoga 200-hour Teacher Training will empower you to teach and practice yoga with great confidence and profound depth of understanding.

Understanding of asana: in-depth look at the benefits and contraindications of each pose and key points of safe alignment
Meditation techniques: mindfulness, mantra, mudra and yoga nidra
Use of props: how to use chairs, walls, balls, blocks, and bolsters to support students in their practice
Restorative Yoga Intensive: ten-hour intensive on teaching restorative yoga
Yin Yoga Intensive: ten-hour intensive on teaching yin yoga
Subtle Body: nadis, koshas and chakras
Yoga Philosophy: 8 limbs of Yoga, Panchakosha System, Yoga Sutras, Bhagavad Gita, and Tao Te Ching
Sadhana: maintaining a personal practice
Traditional hatha and vinyasa sequencing and cueing
Effective demonstration techniques and progressive cueing
Use of appropriate adjustments and modifications
Principles of sequencing and theming classes
Developing a teaching style that is authentic to you
Teaching both group classes and private sessions
How to market yourself and make a living teaching yoga
Which muscles, bones and fascia are engaged during yoga practice
Yoga for common injuries and chronic conditions
Ethical teaching and practice
All manuals are included with the enrollment fee

Practice teaching in class beginning your first day.  This practical training will provide the opportunity to participate in a variety of classes to experience and analyze different teaching styles that work best for you.  By the end of the training, you will develop your own a restorative, yin, hatha and vinyasa classes.  
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