This 200-hour vinyasa yoga teacher training program is designed to help you deepen your practice and understanding of the body as well as learn all the skills for instructing an incredible Vinyasa Yoga class.
Diving into teacher training is not just for those who want to teach yoga, but also for those wishing to create a greater connection to breath, community and their inner teacher.
This program focuses on the principles for living a balanced lifestyle in modern society and how to be a role model for others.
This Yoga Alliance Certified program was designed for those who are looking to deepen their practice and teaching.
**You must have a 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training certificate to participate in the first two modules.
However, the third module is OPEN to anyone who would like to explore the more esoteric aspects of the practice.
In this 4-day training, we’ll unpack peak yoga postures, do a deep dive into Wave Theory sequencing, plus:
This program features the history and practice of vinyasa yoga, specifically, Prana Vinyasa Flow pioneered by my teacher, Shiva Rea.
The first training I took back in 2003 was life-changing. I had just graduated from Film School and had decided that was not the industry for me. I was lost and not sure what I was going to do with my life. A dear friend and fellow yoga enthusiast had decided to take a training and invited me to join. I thought “why not?”
I was blown away at how rich the history, practice and application of the teachings were. I also realized I loved teaching!
Since then I have taken between 1-3 trainings a year and still do so. I love being a student. There’s so much to learn and it’s such a privilege to step out of the day-to-day and immerse myself in the practice and student community. When I lead training, I encourage my students to do the same.
If you can, let go of the day-to-day and immerse yourself in this beautiful practice and through it, deepen your connection to the divinity that lives with you.
Be open to what the teacher has to offer, even if you don’t agree with it. There’s always something to learn.
Be open to changing your mind about EVERYTHING!
Ask a lot of questions to the teacher and to yourself.
Share your thoughts and opinions with the group, we can learn so much from each other.
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Erin is the Co-Creator of World Spine Care’s Yoga Project which launched spring 2016 in Botswana. The YP is a teacher training program for patients of WSC Clinics, in underserved populations around the world, to become teachers in chair/wall postures, mindfulness and breath exercises for active self-care and pain management for people suffering from back and musculoskeletal disorders. (www.worldspinecare.org )Erin grew up in Calgary Alberta, lived in New York City for almost 13 years and now lives in beautiful Vancouver Canada.
Her first training was in Vinyasa Yoga with Sonic Yoga in NYC in 2004. Erin teaches Vinyasa, Hatha, Restorative and Yin styles of yoga. She has her Reiki 1, Thai Massage level 1, 100 hr PREMA Therapeutics, 50hr Yin Yoga and Meridians training. She completed a 200hr Certification in Applied Positive Psychology in the fall 2016 with the Flourishing Center. One of Erin’s greatest yoga joys is being one of the founding faculty and mentors with Three Sisters Yoga 200/300hr. She also teaches with Lila Vinyasa 200/300hr, Sonic/Illumina Yoga 200hr in Paris, Illumina Yoga 200hr in Carmel NY, Yoga Pagoda in Vero Beach FL and been a guest lecturer in Prema Therapeutics 800 for Yoga and Hospitalization. She is also pretty thrilled to be part of the Good Life Project Yoga team.
Erin believes, through her own personal healing from trauma, that Yoga is a journey toward the freedom of good health, happiness, longevity and the bliss of now. She has seen that EVERY body, mind and soul can benefit from it’s beautiful ancient tried and tested wisdom
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