Just Be Yoga's Fearlessly Authentic Teacher Training 200-hour is for those ready to experience personal transformation, who are ready to take the next step on the journey to awakening into a teacher and leader, and who wish to guide others on the path to physical and spiritual exploration. The time is now!
During this intimate course of study, we will build on your personal strengths in a supportive environment through: discussion, contribution, personal involvement, community building and hands-on coaching, assisting and practice teaching. The program also includes a significant emphasis on personal awareness and an ability to teach from your heart with a strong, clear voice.
Power Vinyasa Flow | Guided meditation and pranayama | How to develop and deliver a transformational class | Discovering your unique teaching style and voice | Basic injury prevention & management | The gift of hands on assist | The 8-limb Path | Human physical anatomy & energetic anatomy | Energy clearing & intention setting | Giving and receiving feedback | SEVA - bringing yoga to the community
Just Be Yoga’s 200-hour Teacher Training graduates will be able to register with the Yoga Alliance as a 200-HR RYT.
2020 Teacher Training dates coming soon! | Please contact at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
MEET YOUR LEAD TRAINERS
WITH GUEST TEACHERS
Lama Brandy Davis
Brandy Davis is a meditation and yoga teacher. She has been studying and practicing for nearly three decades. Her current passion is restorative justice and working with incarcerated populations. She has a particular knack for personalizing deep philosophical concepts and making them applicable to our modern lives. She teaches with love and humor. Brandy’s greatest joy comes from witnessing the opening of the human heart
Father Brian Baker
Brian has been a priest for almost 30 years and has been studying and teaching with Buddhists and Yogis for over 20 years. He facilitated an interfaith conversation with the Dalai Lama, has been a guest at the International Buddhist Conclave in India and is featured in a documentary on the Heart Sutra. He is a popular speaker and teacher in yoga studios and wellness festivals. He is also passionate about social justice and was a leader in moving his denomination (Episcopal) into full marriage equality.
Christopher presents on the history, roots, and evolution of the Yoga Tradition in India and specializes on the lost practices of Hatha Yoga in the Tantric traditions. He holds advanced degrees in Sanskrit and Religious Studies from Harvard and UC Berkeley, where he currently teaches. He has presented to thousands of Yoga students worldwide in Yoga-based events, conferences, and teacher trainings.
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