Jivan Yoga Teacher Training 500 Hour

The Jivan Yoga Teacher Training 500 hour course is designed for teachers at the 200 hour level to receive the additional 300 hours required for further certification. Greater emphasis is placed upon the art of teaching and apprenticeship than in our 200 hour course. All are welcome to apply, even those who have been certified to teach through other schools. Email viv.yogini@gmail.com for an application.

Lead instructors:
Vivian Campagna, Anjali Sunita, and Mark Garner (See Instructors page for teacher bios) with visiting instructors

Program Cost: $2,700 plus 2 additional classes per week at BYV and course materials.

Course Structure:
AYTT Dates: 20 hours per weekend – 10 weekends plus additional hours in reading assignments and apprenticeships. You will be expected to take an additional 2 asana classes per week at the Baltimore Yoga Village.

Weekend Dates and times for 2017/2018: Friday Evenings 6:30 – 9:30, Saturdays: 11:30 – 8:30 pm, Sundays 1-6 pm

2017/2018 Dates:

September 15-17

October 20-22, 2017

Topics will include:

  • Yoga Philosophy
  • The Art of Sequencing
  • The Art of Theming Classes
  • Cultivating and Sharing Our Gifts + Voices as we grow together in sacred community
  • Living our Yoga and Weaving Practice into Lifestyle
  • Therapeutic Alignment and Anatomy
  • Eyes, Voice, and Hands: The Art of Assisting
  • Ayurveda
  • Sanskrit Basics
  • Professional Practices and Ethics

…. and more…..

What’s included every weekend:

  • Experiential Anatomy
  • Pranayama
  • Ayurveda and Teacher Self Care
  • Teaching Tools: i.e. hands on adjustments and therapeutic assists, practice teaching
  • Philosophy
  • Storytelling and Sequencing

 

Required and Recommended Reading:

Required Reading:
Splendor of Recognition by Swami Shantananda, Awakening Shakti by Sally Kempton, Prana and Pranayama by Swami Niranjananda, Eat Taste Heal: An Ayurvedic Cookbook for Modern Living, Teacher Training Manual (given by Anjali and Vivian @ $100)

Suggested Reading:
Exquisite Love by Bill Mahoney, Trail Guide to the Body by Andrew Biel, Anatomy of Movement by Blandine Calais-Germain