FALL 2017 Vinyasa Yoga
Teacher Training in Davis, CA
200 Hour Yoga Alliance Registered Program
Dates: 9 Weekends over 5 Months
Times: Friday 6-9pm, Sat 8-6pm, Sun 11-4pm
Tuition: $2750, $550 non-refundable deposit due to secure enrollment. Very Flexible Payment Plans Available
Featuring: Laura “Lolo” Francis, E-RYT 200 – Jamie Testa, E-RYT 500 and More, Special guests: Girish & More
This 200-hour training is a yoga teacher training program suitable for yoga students who wish to deepen their practice / understanding of yoga and those who wish to begin their teaching journey with a strong foundation. It is also an excellent program for current teachers who did not graduate from a 200-hour YA Registered program.
The program will include:
•Pranayama and Meditation
•Asanas – in depth exploration of over 50 Hatha yoga postures including refinement of practice and how to teach.
•Assisting – how to guide students to a new place in their practice using hands on assisting techniques.
•Vinyasa Flow Sequencing and Music
•Over 30 hours of Anatomy & Physiology
•History of Yoga, Yoga Philosophy & Sanskrit
•Kirtan – call and response chanting
•Extensive Practice Teaching
•Clear, concise and effective cueing
•The business of yoga
“I am so grateful for my experience training at Akasha Yoga. Akasha’s teacher training challenged me and helped me grow as both a student and a teacher. I not only gained the confidence to be able to teach a vinyasa yoga class, but I also gained the friendships of some truly inspiring people.” Erin Choi
“The teacher training at Akasha provided a great portal into deepening my yoga practice and learning how to share it with others. Though it required a lot of us, I looked forward to each weekend and am grateful for the ways in which it stirred my growth. The teachers were excellent. Thank you everyone at Akasha for providing me with the knowledge and intention to start my journey as a yoga teacher- all of yoga – and the tools to take it off the mat into the rest of my life.” Heidi Ladner
“The Teacher Training program at Akasha surprised me. Not only did it deepen my personal practice and develop my teaching skills, it challenged me to explore my personal philosophy and what I really want from my life. All this in an environment of trust, respect, and encouragement from teachers and fellow students. My experience of this program has helped me to develop personally and professionally as a yoga teacher.” Dianna Barsotti