Spring Teacher Training 2020
Teacher Training yogaview

The teacher training at yogaview is about more than just teaching. While the success rate of
motivated students becoming teachers through this course is exceptionally high, many take the
training mainly to deepen the experience of yoga in their lives. The capacity to be a good teacher
has a lot to do with understanding how to be a good listener and learner, as well as understanding
the nature of yoga. The content of this course encourages open mindedness not only because
of its focus on meditation, but because the traditional approaches to yoga asana and philosophy
are not just presented, but investigated. One of the advantages of the training being led by
multiple instructors is the exposure to various experiences and perspectives. Exploring the rich
history of yoga in a realistic way and modern approaches to traditional ideas gives participants
the opportunity to creatively uncover and sharpen their own ideas, which can then serve as a
real foundation for sharing ones love of yoga with others.

Faculty:
Tom Quinn
Claire Mark
Sara Strother
Jenny Kaufman

The components of yogaview’s teacher training course include:

> Principles of alignment and sequencing

> Anatomy

> Pranayama and bandhas

> Meditation–practice and exploration of the nature of mind

> Teaching Yoga
– The use of hands-on and verbal adjustments
– Class organization
– Finding your own voice
– Teaching practice
– An introduction to restorative practice, prenatal yoga, and freedom style yoga
– How to teach privates
– Utilizing music and silence during class and practice
– The pitfalls and possibilities of making money in the modern yoga world

> Philosophy
– Investigate Patanjali’s yoga sutras, the Bhagavad Gita, Advaita Vedanta, Tantric philosophy, Buddhist teachings and those of modern illuminaries

> An introduction to Sanskrit words and chanting

For more information or questions, please contact Jenny@yogaview.com or call 847-919-0533.

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Required Reading

• Tao Te Ching
Stephen Mitchell

• Yoga Beyond Belief
Ganga White

• How to Meditate
Pema Chodron

• One Simple Thing
Eddie Stern

• Light on Yoga
B.K.S. Iyengar

• Yoga-Sutra of Patanjali
Chip Hartranft

• The Key Muscles of Yoga: Scientific Keys, Volume 1
Ray Long

Class times

> Tuesdays 9:00am-2:30pm
> Wednesdays 11:00am-2:00pm*
*Starts Wednesday, April 1st

We will meet every Tuesday between February 18 and June 9, except Tuesday March 24th.
We will meet every Wednesday between April 1 and June 10. In addition to the Tuesday and Wednesday class times, participants are required to attend a minimum of 2 classes a week at yogaview, and practice at least once a week on their own. Participants are also required to meditate by themselves or with the group for at least 1⁄2 hour a day, observe 3 classes during the course, and complete all required reading to receive the yogaview teacher training certificate. Graduates will be able to register with Yoga Alliance at the RYT-200 level.

Cost

$3,450
$3,200 if paid in full by January 15th, 2020
A $500 deposit holds your place in the training and is non-refundable unless your application is not
accepted. Full payment must be received one week before the beginning of the course, and no refunds will be given after that time. The cost of the course includes unlimited classes at both yogaview locations from February 18 – June 10, 2020, but does
not include books. To pay with a credit card, please include a 3% service charge. Payment plans may be available upon request.

Requirements and Application

2 years of consistent yoga practice is required to enroll in the training. To apply, please send us a letter (one page or less) stating your intention for participation, and tell us how long and with whom you have been practicing yoga. Please also include a photograph of yourself with your deposit.