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Laws of Yoga

5

Based on 12 reviews

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37 Sheryl Lane

Mahopac, NY 10541, USA

Types of Yoga Taught

Flow Yoga

Alignment-Oriented Yoga

Fitness Yoga

Trainings Formats

Part-time
spread out over time

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ENGLISH

About Laws of Yoga

This teacher training gives you an in depth anatomy background, something Gwen thinks is lacking in the yoga world. She brings her deep knowledge and understanding to the human form to her teachings, making it easier and relevant to successful and injury free yoga. Her...

This teacher training gives you an in depth anatomy background, something Gwen thinks is lacking in the yoga world. She brings her deep knowledge and understanding to the human form to her teachings, making it easier and relevant to successful and injury free yoga. Her fun approach and easy to grasp concepts makes this training a must do even for the already trained yoga veteran. The time frame of completion is estimated at a year, but not guaranteed as a hard timeline. Students will not graduate before a full grasp of curriculum is proven and all assignments completed to the highest quality and integrity. Completion of the course does NOT guarantee certification. Assigning certification is at the full discretion of the schools teachers. Prerequisites: A healthy sound body, mind, spirit, and thirst to learn, participate, and inspire. Requirements: 200+ contact and non-contact hours Required reading CPR training (to be obtained on own time) Weekly yoga experience and meditation journal One additional yoga retreat (e-ryt approved) 10 assists 10 observations with written comments Final paper Final filmed class

First Registered December 2005

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  • 5 out of 5
    By: Angela Hess Apr 02, 2020

    Excellent program. Exactly what I was looking for to extend my education .

    • Learning Objectives

      Average 5 = Entirely
      Laws of Yoga’s 300-hour advanced teacher training prepares its trainees to teach principles and techniques of yoga that are more advanced, and to teach with greater skill, than could reasonably be expected of an RYT 200.

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    • General Comments

      Excellent program. Exactly what I was looking for to extend my education .
First Registered December 2005

School Reviews

Total Reviews: 12

By Morghan Ansley E-RYT® 500

Apr 24, 2020

I feel like through this training I expanded my teaching capability, and grew more confident to step outside my normal teaching patterns. During training I started to teach fellow athletes at a local university, and plan to continue to broaden my teaching base. Always a student first, I learned so much through Gwen, and I hope I continue to learn from her, and other mentors along my teaching career. Full Review

By Angela Hess E-RYT® 500, YACEP®

Apr 02, 2020

Excellent program. Exactly what I was looking for to extend my education . Full Review

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