FALL / WINTER WEEKEND TEACHER TRAININGS: SEPT 9, 2017 - FEB 11, 2018
8:00am - 6:00pm Saturdays & 8:00am - 5:30pm Sundays.
8 Weekends/16 training days plus 30 additional classes to be attended at Juluka and
6 outside class observations.
CURRENT SESSION IN PROGRESS: | SEPTEMBER 17th, 18th | OCTOBER 15th, 16th | OCTOBER 29th, 30th | NOVEMBER 19th, 20th | DECEMBER 10th, 11th | JANUARY 7th, 8th | JANUARY 28th, 29th | FEBRUARY 25th, 26th |
**NEXT SESSION FALL 2017 - WINTER 2018:** | SEPTEMBER 9th, 10th | SEPTEMBER 23rd, 24th | OCTOBER 21st, 22nd | NOVEMBER 4th, 5th | DECEMBER 9th, 10th | JANUARY 6th, 7th | JANUARY 20th, 21st | FEBRUARY 10th, 11th |
This 200-hour program has been designed and honed since 2007 to provide complete and comprehensive Yoga teacher training in accordance (and exceeding) the requirements set forth by the Yoga Alliance.
Head Teacher/Director of Studies, Mandy Grant ERYT-500 and program co-teacher Soo Yoon ERYT-200, lead a compassionate, yet disciplined course of study along with the expertise of talented and interesting guest speakers throughout the program.
The Fall/Winter Program is paced to offer candidates 4 x once a month training weekends and just 2 x twice a month training weekends.
Your Yoga teacher training will take you on an amazing journey, but it requires dedication and discipline from your part to get the most out of the program. Please read through the Curriculum and Requirements carefully.
If this is where you think you might like to venture, please call me and we can chat. I urge you to try to speak to other teachers who have experienced the program, and also to try out their classes! This could be you one day soon!
Our program gives you the techniques, knowledge, experience and confidence to be a great, creative and compassionate teacher. You will be immersed in all aspects of yoga and develop skills in the fundamentals and methodology of teaching yoga with an emphasis on vinyasa yoga, but always with strong mindfulness on correct alignment. Our progressive, foundation-based approach will cover 50 postures and how to sequence the asanas in a fluid and energetic manner. You will learn the basics of pranayama and meditation and how to incorporate these important aspects of yoga into your classes. Due to the physical nature of vinyasa, we will discuss anatomy/physiology and how it relates to posture and alignment during class. We'll explore the philosophy and ethics of yoga as well as finding teaching opportunities after graduation and the business side of being a yoga teacher.
You will begin thinking like a teacher from the first session. You will also have ample practical experience as you soon start to teach community classes at the studio.
The program is affordable and we offer a payment plan. Our previous graduates all agree that this investment was soon offset after they started teaching.
I could sum it up in a nutshell -My experience has been SUBLIME.. . .
Maria E. Grad 2014
. . .It was a wonderful experience and I learned so much about yoga and myself. Mandy's compassion and guidance inspired me to become a teacher. . . I would recommend Juluka and the teacher training program to anyone with a love for yoga and wanting a genuine, knowledgeable instructor.
Lauren A. Grad 2010
I've been studying with Mandy for some time now and can honestly say, after practicing with various gurus across the area, that she is the pinnacle of instruction, care, and nurture.