If a session is missed, you will need to make up the missed material. We do have some flexibility with this and will do everything we can to accommodate you, however we strongly encourage you to plan to attend every session. Make-up hours will need to be scheduled as private sessions and there will be an additional charge.
In addition to the scheduled classroom hours, you will be asked to observe or assist several class sessions throughout the training. Please note, observing and assisting sessions are subject to change in order to accommodate social distancing guidelines and public health requirements as applicable.
You will also be assigned a limited amount of homework on a regular basis that supports or complements the subject matter. This written work is a required part of your training, and all written work must be turned in and completed acceptably prior to receiving your Teaching Certificate.
Training Dates (12 weekend sessions 9/17/22-6/25/23):
Sept 17-18 | Oct 15-16 | Nov 12-13 | Dec 10-11 | Jan 7-8 2022 | Feb 4-5 | Mar 4-5 | Mar 25-26 | Apr 15-16 | May 6-7 | Jun 3-4 | Jun 24-25
The following texts are required, and you're encouraged to purchase them as soon as possible in order to allow time for shipping and, if possible, to get a head-start on your reading assignments:
The Science of Yoga (Ann Swanson)
The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali (Satchidananda translation)