300-Hour Advanced Yoga Teacher Training
With Colleen Saidman Yee, Rodney Yee, Richard Rosen, Manorama, Heather Lilleston, Jamie Lugo and Christopher Golden
In New York, NY
Studio: Yoga Shanti Tribeca in New York, NYApply online for this program
About This Program
The Yoga Shanti 300-hour advanced training builds upon and deepens the trainee’s understanding of the fundamental concepts of the practice and teaching of yoga—preparing the trainee to teach principles and techniques of yoga that are more advanced, detailed and subtle, and with greater skill than could be reasonably cultivated from a 200-hour teacher training. The training will take place in Tribeca beginning February 22nd 2020.
- Colleen Saidman Yee
- Rodney Yee
- Richard Rosen
- Heather Lilleston
- Jamie Lugo
- Christopher Golden
Taking place at Yoga Shanti Tribeca:
- February 22-23: Colleen Saidman Yee & Rodney Yee
- February 24-25: Rodney Yee and Richard Rosen
- February 26: Day Off
- February 27-29: Rodney Yee and Richard Rosen
- March 1: Colleen Saidman Yee & Rodney Yee
- March 27-29: Christopher Golden
- April 3-5: Jamie Lugo
- April 25-26: Manorama (Sanskrit Study)
- May 1-3: Heather Lilleston
- May 8-10: Jamie Lugo
Taking place at Yoga Shanti Sag Harbor:
- May 14-17: Final Training Weekend with Colleen Saidman Yee & Rodney Yee
The training groups are intimate, allowing for plenty of individual attention and mentorship. Senior teachers guide you in establishing a strong foundation for a lifelong study of yoga. Curriculum will include a deeper look into your daily home practice of asana, pranayama, and meditation; teaching skills including sequencing, seeing and understanding bodies, manual adjusting and assisting; anatomy, philosophy, and chanting.
Together, we’ll examine the principles of Shanti-style sequencing in a range of categories; explore an advanced syllabus of yoga asana and philosophy; and look more deeply at seeing and understanding bodies in order to practice a wider range of hands-on adjustments. Join us on a journey that will expand your mind, deepen your practice, free your breath, and inspire your teaching!
Note: Students can take the program on a participation basis only, but if you are taking the program for accreditation, you’ll be required to do an additional 20 hours of work outside class. This will consist of selected mentors meetings, readings, writings, logs of your daily practice, class observation logs and the creation of sequences. Other assignments may be added at the teacher’s discretion.
- YS301: Sequencing and Manual Adjustments/Seeing and Understanding Bodies
- YS302: Refining Teaching, Safe Vinyasa Flow and Teaching of Specific Shanti-Style Classes
- YS303: Pranayama, Bandhas, Philosophy and History
- YS304: Therapeutics, Restorative and Anatomy
- YS305: Vinyasa Flow, Arm Balances, Hip Openers and Inversions
This teacher training is designed for students who have already completed a 200-hour program. Serious practitioners looking to continue their personal studies in yoga are also welcome to apply. Admittance into the program is subject to approval on a case by case basis.
Tuition for this training is $4750. A discount of $250 is available for students who pay the tuition in full by no later than January 1st, 2020. There is also the option of a payment plan for students who wish to pay over an extended period of time ($1600 will be due within 7 days of acceptance into the program, and three additional payments of $1000 on the first each of March, April and May 2020). Please note that tuition does not include accommodations for the final long-weekend retreat in Sag Harbor (May 14-17).
How to Apply
To apply for this program, please complete this online application. A $250 non-refundable deposit is required with your application, which will be applied towards your tuition if you are accepted into the program. Please email email@example.com with questions or for any additional information.