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300hr Teacher Training Practicum Session with Ellen Boyle
Sep 22, 2019 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm| $60
Seattle Yoga Arts’ Practicum sessions are open to students enrolled in our 300-hour Advanced Teacher Training program only. Hours earned at these sessions can be applied toward the 30 Practicum hours required by Yoga Alliance for the completion of the 300-hour training and RYT-500 certification.
Practicum hours include practice teaching, receiving and giving feedback, observing others teaching, and assisting while others are teaching. Refer to your 300-Hour Requirements Guide for more information on earning Practicum hours.
Date & Time:
Size limited to 14 trainees.
This event is part of our 300-hour Advanced Teacher Training program. Participants must be registered for the 300-hour program in advance.
Please plan carefully: Refunds of 90% are granted up to 5 days prior to the class start; after which, no refunds are given.
About the instructor:
Ellen Boyle, MFA, E-RYT 500, has been delving into the practices and teachings of yoga for over 30 years. A professional teaching-artist she is currently a Professor at Cornish College of the Arts where she teaches Physical Technique in the theater department and yoga to all departments. She is also a founding member of Operating Theater Company which opens its rehearsals and process to the student actors at Cornish integrating professional practices into the academic setting. She has been blessed on her yogic journey to study with many wonderful teachers, including Gary Kraftsow, Robin Rothenberg, Kathleen Hunt, Denise Benetiz, Sonya Nelson and Martin Kirk. In 2015, to deepen her understanding of the sister sciences of yoga, she completed a 500 hour Ayurvedic Wellness Counselor Certification with Kerala Ayurveda Academy and is available for yoga therapy and private wellness counseling using the tools of Ayurveda. Ellen integrates the practice of mindfulness into her classes to calm the mind and allow a deep and direct experience of the present moment. With a deep bow of gratitude for the many gifts yoga continues to bring to her experience of life, Ellen offers her teaching from a place of compassion and playfulness desiring that all beings everywhere be happy and free.