200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training Curriculum, Faculty, Tuition and Costs
Areas of instruction in the online and in-person modules will include, but not limited to:
Technique – Including asana (poses) practice and alignment, Pranayama (Breath work), and meditation, as well as the incorporation of mudras and bandhas into a regular yoga practice.
Anatomy & Physiology – Including an in-depth understanding of the neuro-musculoskeletal system, and other systems of the physical body, the subtle energy body, and how these apply to the practice of yoga and how yoga can be used to address each of these systems therapeutically.
Yoga Humanities – Students will be exposed to the history of yoga, a variety of ancient and modern yogic texts, and the ethical guidelines of yoga.
Teaching Methodology – Principles of teaching yoga including sequencing and structuring of an effective class, verbal cueing, demonstration, observing, and assisting will be taught. Creating a safe and supportive environment, the ethics of teaching, and professional development will also be covered. There will be multiple opportunities for practice teaching.
Practicum – All students pursuing certification for teaching and ability to apply with the Yoga Alliance as a Registered Yoga Teacher will gain experience teaching and receiving feedback through minimally 10 hours of practicum. Additional hours may be available. For those not wishing to go on to teach the practicum hours will be voluntary, not mandatory.
LEAD TRAINER – Katey Hawes, MS, PT. E-RYT500
The lead instructor for this training is Katey Hawes, MS, PT, E-RYT500, owner of Posabilities ~ Physical Therapy, Yoga, Wellness. Katey has completed 500 hours of Yoga Alliance Teacher Training including her Advanced Therapeutic Yoga Teacher Certification through Integrative Yoga Therapy and is a Certified Yoga Therapist (C-IAYT). Katey has a passion for supporting others in realizing their greatest potential, passing on the knowledge that she has gained from her many teachers, and sharing the many benefits of the ancient practice of Yoga for health, happiness, and healing. Some guest teachers will also present throughout the training offering you a rich tapestry of insights, perspectives, and styles.
Guest teachers may present as part of the online training and / or the in-person module in their areas of expertise, offering a spectrum of perspectives and insights.
Tula faculty include:
Kat Larsen, C-IAYT, E-RYT200, YACEP
Sophia Maamouri, BFA, LMT, CYT, Ayurveda Practitioner
Rotating guest teachers in the past, or upcoming, include:
Annie Beckwith – CYT – Yoga with Teens
Christine Trefethen – OT, RYT, RCYT – Yoga with Children
Jessica Taylor, FNP, CYT – Mindfulness Based Lifestyle Change
Kathryn Gardner, LMT, RYT – Meditation
Leah Boyd, BS – Non-Violent Communications
Margo Rosingana, E-RYT500, YACEP – Restorative yoga
Sagel Urlacher, M.Ed., E-RYT200, YACEP
Shannon Korhonen-Brown, RYT – Yin yoga, Yoga nidra
Susan Kane, MSEd, RYT – Body positive yoga cuing and sequencing
Tara Hire, MS, CYT – Nutrition, Self-care
Guest teachers are rotating and change year to year.
LOCATION, DATES & PRICING
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Yoga Philosophy and Yoga Anatomy & Movement Modules:
These sessions are posted under Events. To see all sessions select view all for the date range at the top of the page. You may sign up for sessions individually, register for all sessions of the module, or pay for the entire training. To pay for the entire training please submit our application and you will be given instruction for making payment once accepted. To register for all 10 sessions of each module select the 1st session for the module you are registering for (Yoga Philosophy, or Yoga Anatomy & Movement), click the enroll button, and choose the10 session / 20 hour module option.