If you are interested in registering for the 2018 course, registration will be open from October 2017 – February 2018.
This course is for Yoga Teachers – 200hr RYT Required
This is a Sequencing Course for Yoga Teachers. This class meets for five Saturday’s from 12:30-6:30pm to break down the principles of safe therapeutic sequencing and experience group practice teaching. Participants will learn how to craft safe, creative and life changing Yoga practices for students of all backgrounds and health conditions.
The aim is to learn how to teach students of different levels together in one class, skillfully teach breath-centered asana, sequence around a key pose, lead meditation and pranayama practices to create a specific effect and integrate the subtle aspects of Yoga into their teachings, such as the philosophy, mantra, guided meditation and sound healing.
Key Components of our Teaching Style
- Breath-centered asana
- Moving in and out of a pose before holding (dynamic vs static movement)
- Function over form
- Providing numerous modifications per pose
- Sequencing around a peak pose
- Creativity – make the practice interesting yet safe
- Integrating life-changing wisdom
2018 Course Dates
- February 3rd, 2018
- March 17th, 2018
- April 28th, 2018
- May 19th, 2018
- July 28th, 2018
- Pre-registration pricing (before 2 weeks: 1/20/18) $550
- Post-registration pricing (after 1/20/18) $600
- Included in 300hr auto-pay tuition
Contact Allison for more information: email@example.com
Allison Martin Prince ERYT-500, CMT is a co-founder of Be The Change Yoga and has taught Yoga for over 10 years. Allison has a Bachelors degree in Kinesiology and is a Certified Massage Therapist. She completed her 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training in 2003 with Cloud Nine Yoga and her 500-hour certification in 2009. She most recently completed a 200-hour Kundalini training, focusing on the energetic aspects of Yoga. She has been leading Yoga Teacher Training Programs since 2010.
Allison has mastered the art of teaching Yoga in a group class setting, effectively meeting the needs of a wide variety of students while layering in the more subtle aspects of Yoga such as meditation, mantra, philosophy and wisdom. Her passion lies in keeping her students safe, systematically preparing the body for peak poses, while allocating time for rest and quiet reflection.
Allison’s passion for sharing the life-changing practices of Yoga is evident, as she has dedicated her life to spreading these timeless teachings. You can practice with her 10 times a week in her group classes or study under her, as she is the Director of our 200hr Yoga Teacher Training Program. Allison also leads the Sequencing Course in our 300hr Advanced Teacher Training Program, where teachers can study our methodology to bring safe, creative and life-changing Yoga practices to students of all-levels and backgrounds. Allison also teaches at Bhakti Fest, a leading Yoga and music festival in Joshua Tree, CA.