300-hr Private, self-paced yoga teacher training in Vancouver, B.C.
Sharpen your skills, prepare to teach trainings.
$55 per hour, in person with me in Vancouver or on Zoom.
This training can be geared as a preparation to teach your first 200hr course, covering teaching methodology,
course planning and up-levelling your competence in asana, anatomy, humanities, meditation and more.
For some time now I've been offering 200 and 300 hour yoga training programs. At the 200 hour level, there is so much essential technical work and broad strokes involved that a well-structured program seems to work for just about everyone.
At the 300 hour level (this just means more advanced training) the students are already teachers and have often developed a focus for their craft - restorative yoga, a flowing style of yoga, or perhaps meditation and philosophy.
This does create a challenge: How to teach a diverse group of 300 hour students what they each actually want/need to learn within a set curriculum?
The answer I've finally arrived at? You can't.
The only way I can see to deliver what each student needs at this level is to teach students one-on-one.
So if you are considering advanced training geared to what you are actually interested in, I'll be offering one-on-one 300hr training live, on Zoom or a bit of both. You can create the schedule that works for you and complete your training at your own pace.
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
and let me know your fields of interest,
Gain your 300-hr certification in this Yoga Alliance registered online course.
100 live classroom hours plus offline assignments and practice teaching
Increase your teaching confidence on and offline
Choose to focus on "electives" you are interested in
Explore Alignment, Yin, Restorative and Rehabilitative forms of yoga
Learn to teach yoga nidra, meditation, philosophy
Fish-eye clip-on lens for your laptop
2 yoga blocks, 2 straps, one rectangular bolster
Stable internet connection
Open Source Yoga - Practice and Teaching
by Daniel Clement
Honesty - how self-deception robs us of meaning
by Daniel Clement
by Ray Long
Sapiens - Yuval Noah Harrari
The Upanishads - Easwaran
The Bhagavad Gita - Easwaran
Yoga for Arthritis - Fishman/Saltonstall
Cypress, a student of both 200 and 300-hour courses says:
"I’ve attended both the 200 and 300 hr YTT. The most simple way I can describe the difference is this; The 200 hr was a reveal of the vast amount of knowledge that exists regarding teaching Yoga. The 300 hr was a personal exploration of that knowledge. There are many subjects involved in the 200 hr. There can only be so much time spent on each one, so you’re really only getting a taste of the knowledge that exists around teaching Yoga. The 300 hr had the foundations of the 200 hr to jump off from, and it felt like we got into the material a lot faster. What I learned in the 200 was refreshed in my mind while doing the 300, and I was able to pick and choose which bits were important to me and what I wanted to hold on to in my teaching. Having some teaching experience in between gave me an idea of what i lacked or still wanted to expand on. Even though we were all learning the same material the 300 hr felt more personal in that way - I already had an idea of what I was looking for. The 300 hr solidified my confidence in teaching and i would definitely recommend it to anyone who is teaching yoga and feels like they haven't found their groove yet."
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