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Training Program held on Nov 05, 2018—Jun 19, 2019
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Trainees will be able to integrate yoga philosophy from the Bhagavad-Gita and the Sutras in designing asana classes.
Trainees with be prepared to teach a vinyasa sequence for all levels using props and modifications.
Trainees will possess the art of teaching private classes. They will have the techniques and business know-how for the private yoga teacher.
Trainees will know their values of effort and time. Have an understanding of Karma yoga and that it is the yoga of action. They will know about kindness and compassion without the expectation of gain. The idea is that learning these lessons will help them to step away from thier ego, freeing them to move one step further on the path to enlightenment.
Trainees will possess emotional intelligence. They will have the ability to understand and manage their emotions, so as to communicate effectively, avoid stress, and overcome challenges during class time.
Yoga at Connie's’s 200-hour teacher training prepares its trainees to begin teaching the principles and techniques of yoga safely and competently.
I would encourage anyone that is interested in teaching yoga to attend Yoga at Connie's teacher training. The material and training has opened a whole new world for me. It has made me want to learn more while tempering my judgmental attitudes. Yoga at Connie's has been a positive life change for me and I have Connie Pease to thank for it.