Princeton 300-hour Yoga Teacher Training
& Yoga Therapy Foundation
Are you considering Yoga Therapy as a career?
Would you like to learn new tools, skills and paradigms, and integrate Therapeutic Yoga Principles into your teaching and personal practice?
This exceptional 300-hour teacher training is a credential in itself and is the Foundational Level of
Spanda's IAYT Accredited Professional Yoga Therapist Training
Offered over 20 weekends, October 27, 2018 - October 26, 2019
Rooted in authentic yoga and informed by western medicine, this 300-hour advanced teacher training is a credential in itself, and counts fully toward your professional level yoga therapist certification through the International Association of Yoga Therapists (IAYT). This program is personalized to help you develop deep expertise in the populations you wish to serve. Group training is enhanced through a mentored practicum and a personal healing project that provide one-on-one opportunities to explore your interests under expert guidance.
Extra Early: $3,400 if application is processed and deposit is received by July 27, 2018
Early: $3,700 if application is processed and deposit is received by September 27, 2018
Payment plans are available, contact us for current plans. Your deposit reserves your spot.
Designed to deepen and expand your knowledge of and skill in:
Yoga’s origins and philosophy
How and why yoga heals and supports optimum health
Ayurvedic basics, healing as personal evolution, and restoratives for modern living
Integration of Ayurvedic, energetic and western anatomy
Alignment and movement for efficient body use and health
Respectful hands-on guidance, body reading, and movement analysis skills
Prevention of common yoga injuries
Designing private sessions and group yoga classes for special populations
Specialized teaching strategies and skills
Professional issues such as when to refer, liability and insurance and confidentiality
Additional certificates embedded in the 300-hour coursework are:
Yoga for Back Care
Yoga for Vibrant Aging
Therapeutic Yoga Principles and Practices for Group Classes
If you’d like to more fully orient yourself to the point of view of health and healing this program offers, please begin reading Radical Healing: Integrating the World’s Great Therapeutic Traditions to Create a New Transformative Medicine, by Rudolph Ballentine, M.D. (ideally the Second Edition.)
We recommend beginning with the introduction, taking your time, and exploring some of his suggestions as you see fit in your life and personal practice.
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