Come learn more about the Seattle Yoga Arts summer 200-hour Accelerated Teacher Training from two of the program’s lead teachers, Denise Benitez and Ellen Boyle.
Our Accelerated Teacher Training Program offers the same comprehensive and in-depth education we provide in our yearlong course of study in just 4 weeks. Check out our website for specifics and bring your questions and curiosity to this info session. This is a free offering, but please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org so we know to expect you!
Sunday, Mar. 18th, 2018
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Denise Benitez loves books, dogs, water, movement, dancing, poetry, and the tropics. You’ll find her classes informed by anything from her latest movement fascination to Jungian psychology, all of it anchored by her passion for kinesthetic discovery and wise movement that is sound and effective. Yoga has provided a soul purpose to her life for five decades.
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.