300 hour yoga teacher training intensive July 1 – 25th, 2019, on Texada Island, B.C.
(3 spots available)
Cost $3900 includes shared accommodation and texts (food not included – shared kitchen).
This 300 hr yoga teacher training intensive format will be taught at my home studio/retreat on Texada Island. Potential students must have graduated a previous 200 hr yoga training.
The aim of the course is to significantly deepen understanding of pose forms, internal therapeutic muscular actions within postures, endurance, strength, flexibility and competency in practice. Universal Principles of Alignment applied to pose forms deepen the experience and enhance the potential of the student.
In teaching yoga, the aim is to build clarity in teaching based on strength of practice and enhance communication skills, beginning with intelligible and practical postural cueing, then broadening to general public speaking skills.
Massage and manual therapy techniques, yin and restorative yoga, Mythology and meaning, meditation and pranayama are supportive elements within the training.
Certification is granted upon completion of a final written exam, in-depth exploration and explanation of a key posture, and the leading of a group class.
Approximately 25% of the course content will be via online lecture before and after the training. This content will include Philosophy, Ethics, Mythology and Anatomy.
Maximum 8 students.
Daniel Clement – lead instructor http://www.opensourceyoga.ca/aboutus/our-philosophy/
Natalie Rousseau – Mythology, Ayurveda, Sequencing http://www.natalierousseau.com
Kumi Umuyashiki – Yin and Restorative Yoga http://shakti-mandir.com/specialclass/
Scott Kellsey – Anatomy, Client intake, massage. https://dynamictouch.ca
7:45am – Strength and conditioning
8 – 9:30am – meditation, self-practice, hands-on adjusts practice
10:30am – 1pm – Alignment theory, workshop-style physical practice, guest components
2:30 – 5pm – Teaching skills, Anatomy
7-9pm – yin, restorative, yoga nidra, mythology, massage practice, pranayama
9pm – Study time
Texada is 3 ferries up the Sunshine Coast from Vancouver, B.C. My home studio is one block away from a grocery store and the ocean. We will take time to do some hikes, swim in one of B.C’s most beautiful swimming holes, visit the local museum, and discuss no-go cultural topics with reason and charity.
Registration is open now, to apply please contact me at DanielClement7@gmail.com
There is a $700 deposit to secure your place in the training, with the full amount due on the first day of training.