September 17 – December 11, 2022
$3,000 if registration is completed by September 4th
$3,200 if registration is completed between Sept. 4th-17th
$3,400 for 12-week payment plan option
*Tuition includes unlimited free yoga classes through Yoga Center of Denver during the duration of the training, a 3 month membership to YogaWorks @ Home, YogaWorks online streaming / on demand service.
YogaWorks is globally recognized as the premier Yoga Teacher Training School. They have been leading Trainings since 1990, graduating some of the world’s most celebrated Yogis including Seane Corn, Shiva Rea, Annie Carpenter, Kathryn Budig, Max Strom, and Saul David Raye.
Don’t miss one of our Free Class & Information Session’s
Friday August 5 6pm-7pm (info session only)
Friday September 2 6pm-8pm (class & info session)
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Friday September 16th, 2022 – 7:00 – 9:30pm
Saturday, September 17th – 2:00 – 7:30 pm
Sunday, September 18th 2:00 – 7:30pm
Recalibrate your system and cultivate a connection to natural healing intelligence in a grounding exploration of Yin Yoga and the Nervous System. Teachers and practitioners are welcome to deepen their understanding in this program, available for Yoga Alliance continuing education credits.
Join Devon Sweeney, E-RYT 500, in a focused weekend immersion including experiential practice, lecture, and discussion based learning to educate ourselves about the neurobiology of rest and self regulation through the lens of Yin Yoga and other simple yogic practices.
We will enjoy a multi-dimensional approach to cultivating simple sequences of renewal and natural meditation through 5 complete Yin Yoga practices. Participants will receive a simple manual with yin sequences, pranayama instructions, notes for each lecture, and resources for self study and practice.
In our lecture and discussion, we will open up an understanding of the Nervous System, including neurobiological feedback systems of our body and how embodiment practices enhance our interoceptive (perception of physiological response) and relational capabilities. We will unpack the current context of the nervous system as it relates to practices of yoga, including the polyvagal theory and the physiology of the nervous system as reflected within the yogic subtle body.
Yin Yoga is a passive, breath oriented meditation on stillness and the natural inner pulse. Our studies across the weekend will harness the roots and evolution of yogic theory to bring a somatic, fluid intelligence, body positive, regenerative approach to developing resilience and understanding your nervous system.
$170 Early Bird by 8/27/22
$198 Regular Price after 8/27/22
Accessible Vinyasa is a continuing education program for teachers both new and experienced. This weekend offers techniques and resources to make Vinyasa yoga accessible to a wide range of skill levels and body types.
Many Vinyasa Yoga teacher trainings and techniques focus upon guiding practitioners whose strength and mobility are without limitation. It requires a unique skill set to craft a ‘gentle’ or ‘accessible’ vinyasa sequence to allow beginners and limited mobility practitioners to move with fluidity and calm. Intelligent sequencing and a focus on progressive ‘stages’ of postures (Vinyasa Krama) helps teachers structure asana practices to meet each student where they are. Teachers will learn how to support students to feel empowered through flow regardless of body, age, or skill.
Teaching yoga safely requires supporting all students including and especially those with common physical limitations, injuries, joint replacements, misalignments, low kinesthetic awareness, and general challenges with flexibility or strength. Teachers will complete Accessible Vinyasa feeling prepared to empower a wide range of populations using techniques specific to each.
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