The purpose of Passion for Practice 200 hr YTT is to establish students in both physical and cognitive awareness practices through Ashtanga (8 -limbed) Yoga, Ayurveda and Vedic Philosophy.
Our Program is a combination of (1) Well-informed Anatomy and Sequencing for Vinyasa Yoga, (2) In Depth study of Yoga Sutras for Personal and Professional life and (3) Ayurvedic Wisdom for Life-Long Practice. It is through a quality personal practice that great teachers are born.
What you can expect from our 200 hr Yoga Teacher Training at Passion for Practice:
Global Team of Faculty with Skill Diversity and Experience Leading Advanced Trainings.
Lots of Functional Anatomy in Asana combined with Learning to Read Bodies Energetically.
Joyful Community with a soft approach to Deep Inner Work.
Yoga Philosophy straight from the Vedas & Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras
Strong Sequencing Practice for Varied Level Classes and Flow Creation
Training in Voice, Cueing and Demonstration.
Subtle body Anatomy and Experiential Learning.
Pranayama and Meditation with Life Long Practitioners.
Adjustments, Modifications and use of Touch in Yoga.
Training in Yin Yoga and 5 Element Theory
Training Includes a 3 DAY Yoga and Ayurveda Retreat.
Early Bird: $2,950 (Discount is Valid Thru Feb. 1st, 2018)
What Students have to Say:
I didn’t know when I signed up for the Passion for Practice teacher training, that I’d be walking into a studio that would change my trajectory. Voids were filled that I didn’t know were there, the training offered the time and space to unearth aspects of myself I had neglected. The curriculum was refreshingly unconventional and un-dogmatic: these teachings are conscientious, smart, and refined. Jenna and is unafraid to dig deep into yogic philosophy and practice, and has an affinity for combining the physical and philosophical for a comprehensive approach to awareness of the mind and body. The lessons and wisdom from the training continue to come up in conversation with those I love, and with perfect strangers. I use books and materials from YTT to continue the self-work.Alan W. WattsCarly Trombley, Spring 2017 Graduate and Family Therapy Counselor