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Start your journey with Yoga 108 to develop your practice, learn how to teach, and deepen your connection to others and yourself.


Yoga 108 covers a multitude of curriculum topics working to connect all aspects of mind, body, & spirit. 

Yogic Anatomy

Dive into the study of yoga and how it specifically affects the human body. Helping to better understand the injuries, modifications, adjustments, sequencing, and contraindications of the asanas. 

Asanas

Guided asana practice followed by a lab that demonstrates and describes the pose in detail. Helping to deepen your practice while also giving you the skill set to adequately teach the pose.

Yoga Styles

Discuss, and practice all different yoga styles with lead teachers and guest lecturers, ranging from Vinyasa, Power Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Restorative, Yoga for Athletes, Yin, Meditation, Kundalini, Pre & Post Natal, and more!

Teaching Methodology

Learn and understand the principles of demonstration, observation, assisting/correcting, instruction, teaching styles, qualities of a teacher, and business aspects of teaching yoga.

Philosophy & History

In depth observation of the ancient yoga texts and past gurus.

Business of Yoga

Discover the skills needed to help you jumpstart your teaching career.   Marketing, branding, community building, auditioning are just a few of the topics covered here.

Sanskrit

YES! We cover Sanskrit in our teacher training. Although you are not learning to speak Sanskrit in our training, it is important to be able to use Sanskrit to pronounce the yoga poses properly, for chanting purposes, and to be knowledgeable as to where the language originated.

Self-Healing

Deepen your knowledge on topics such as Ayurveda, Reiki, and the chakras to understand how yoga can be a self-healing practice.

Lifestyle & Ethics

What does it mean to be a yoga teacher and a yogi? Discuss the lifestyle and ethics of being a yogi and learn how to apply them to your life in a western world.

Practicum

Experience and becoming comfortable with round- robin teaching, observing and giving constructive feedback to others teaching, and applying correct adjustments.