Mindful Psychology & Functional Anatomy Yoga Teacher Training 200 hour
Green River School of Yoga Join Kali Brgant and Margaret Pitkin for a 200 hour Yoga Alliance Hatha Yoga Teacher Training in Hyde Park, VT at Moonlight Studios!
Kali holds her M.A. in Counseling Psychology and Margaret has her doctorate in Physical Therapy, together they offer a comprehensive review of yogic wisdom enhanced by modern psychology, coupled with up-to-date anatomy and physiology. This interdisciplinary yoga training will dive into the depths of yoga philosophy, postures, and practice, as well as invoke enriching insights in what it means to be human.
We will also be joined by special guests teachers, Patty Dansereau, who specializes in trauma sensitive and kids yoga, as well as Alexandra Martin who shares her innate wisdom through movement expression and song.
As teachers we believe it is important to understand the ancient history of yoga and to create space for self awareness in order to adapt yoga to our current ways of living. Intrigued...?
Program Details: 9 intensive weekends October 2019-May 2019 atMoonlight Studios, Saturday and Sunday 9-6 Tentative dates: Oct. 20-21, Nov. 10-11, Dec. 8-9, Jan. 26-27, Feb. 9-10, Feb 23-24, March 23-24, April 20-21, and May 3-5. (overnight at This Wonderful Place), snow-date: April 6-7
The training fee is $3000, with scholarships and payment plans available. If you are a JSC student you may use financial aid to cover the cost of the training fee. Included in the fee is the training, certification, manual, and free weekly yoga classes with Kali and Margaret. Other things you will need to purchase: yoga mat and block, loose clothing for practice, required reading, and meals. You must attend all sessions to receive certification. ***$200 fee for payment plan **$350 non-refundable deposit to secure spot ***VSAC Grant eligible up to $2500 Apply Now- funds run out quickly! *Limited space available
Topics covered: Teaching Methodology, Techniques, Training and Practice, Anatomy and Physiology, Yoga Philosophy, and Practicum for certification through the Yoga Alliance
Outside requirements: Subject to change
Take 1 yoga class/week (or 20 total)
Assist 1 outside class
Observe 2 outside classes (different instructors)
Teaching video/audio to friends/family
Weekly journal: Reflection on Yama/Niyama of month and reflection on inspiring talk/video/reading
Testimonials "The training with Margaret and Kali provided a safe, supportive container and time to step away from my daily life to heal, transform, learn and grow. Because the training spanned over a few seasons it allowed for time between our gatherings to integrate and assimilate fully all that was shifting inside of me and the information I was receiving, in a non-pressured environment. It was a perfect balance of masculine/feminine, yin/yang approaches. The program they have created together has exceptional magic and synergy because of their unique backgrounds and approaches. The waves, openings, portals of emotional, physical, spiritual expansion that I experienced, awakened my being and the foundation they created grounded me and the cosmic energy/awareness I was experiencing! I now feel embodied and empowered to teach yoga in a professional way that is both intuitive and authentic to me. I feel honored, clear, and confident in my individual path and a resolution of duality and previous confusion inside of me. I feel an overall sense of completion, distilling of what is truly important to me and what I want to pass on and share with others through the ancient lens and practice of yoga. I am eternally grateful for the teachings given to me refining my life due to the patience and balance I have learned from these wise womyn teachers!" -Marika Isom, Burlington VT
"I wanted to make a personal recommendation for Green River School of Yoga's 200 hour yoga instructor training. If you've ever considered becoming a yoga instructor and sharing your journey and love for yoga with others I can't speak highly enough for Kali and Margaret's course. The knowledge, experience, and formal education that they bring to the course has provided me with the confidence and knowledge to begin teaching myself. I feel fully prepared having learned about the body, anatomy (Margaret graduates next month with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy and her knowledge of how to keep the body SAFE during practice has been invaluable), culture, poses (to include benefits/contraindications, and a variety of modifications to accommodate different ages, stages, injuries and afflictions). The class size is perfect and we've become a pretty tight-knight bunch of women sharing a wonderful experience. The final weekend includes a retreat!" - Tatiana Wright, Wolcott VT