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200hr/YA Yoga Teacher Training at Bastyr University
Sep 30, 2017| $2,800
Have you always dreamed of becoming a Yoga Instructor? How about a plan B to supplement your income or retirement? Professionals will be able to apply (Yin) Yoga as a therapy to reduce pain, stress and anxiety in patients.
Register today for Yoga Teacher Training at Bastyr University!
This is a Certificate Yoga Teacher Training course with a 200 hr. Bastyr/Yoga Alliance Certification.
Each trainee will complete 200 hours of training done in the course of eight weeks. In only 8 weeks, trainees will receive a certificate of completion which they can then register with Yoga Alliance, an organization that registers both individual yoga teachers as well as teacher training programs (schools) who meet standards established by the organization. Students will be able to teach a safe, Yin style class as well as a Vinyasa Flow and a mix of traditional Hatha postures. This will give you a well-rounded knowledge to teach more diverse styles of yoga.
- September 30, 2017 – November 19, 2017
- Course time commitment is eight weekends Course weekend hours are hours: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm.
- And one Wednesday night per week (6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.)
- General Public/Professionals by 9/10: $2,800.00
- After 9/10: $3,000.00
About the Instructor: Pam Granston
After 4 years of practice in different styles of yoga, Pam began Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training to teach others so they might experience the benefits of yoga. In 2008, she read about Yin Yoga, an ancient style of yoga originating in China. Pam followed Paul Grilley to Chicago to train with him and found that practicing Yin yoga every day, along with her “yang” practices, made her feel more energized and less stressed during her daily life.
As a certified Yoga Instructor registered with Yoga Alliance as ERYT-200, Pam has taught over 3,000 classes . She has lead several teacher trainings and is able to apply her knowledge as a Wellness Coach. Pam obtained a degree in Behavioral Science from Bastyr University.
Today she teaches three yoga classes a week. Her intention and focus is on alignment and safety with whatever style is taught. She believes we all have the ability to find balance in our lives as we practice mindfulness, yoga, and being human.
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