Our next international Teacher Training Program will start in April 2022. This time we will go for 300 Hours and offer the most profound and professional program which will give you the one time opportunity to learn from the best worldwide: Annie Carpenter, Joan Hyman, Jeanne Heileman and Simon Park. After completing the training you will be a 300h Yoga Alliance Certified Teacher.
Timetable for 300 Hour Teacher Training Program:
- April 6.- 10th Annie Carpenter
- June 29. - 3rd Joan Hyman
- September 7. - 11th Jeanne Heileman
- November 23. - 27th Simon Park
- December 5. - 11th Joan Hyman
Who is it for?
The 300-Hour Professional Course is a path for inspiring yogis who want to deepen their understanding of the yoga practice and take their teaching to the next level. You will be guided and mentored by highly experienced teachers from all around the globe. The School of Yoga’s Faculty is composed of teachers and trainers that have more than twenty years of experience in teaching yoga, building communities and are authentic modern day yogis.
- learn how to make Yoga teaching a sustainable, enriching and rewarding vocation and/or profession.
- For dedicated students who want to sharpen their confidence, competence and skills necessary to begin a formal yoga teaching career.
- For teachers who want to learn from those who have come before and shorten the learning curve in making Yoga teaching a sustainable, manageable and long-lasting profession.
To participate you need to have completed any 200 Hour Certification by April 2022.
That's how it works:
This training will stretch over a period of 9 months and will be divided in 5 modules. To become a 300h certified trainer you will need to complete all modules. If that's not possible for you, you have the option to attend single modules. All modules (except the last one) will be open to public.
Klick on the module to learn more about it's content
50 hours April 6 - 10th
50 hours June 29 - 3rd
50 hours September 7 - 11th
50 hours November 23 - 27th
75 hours December 5 - 11th (open to the 300h students only)
Joan Hyman The business of yoga, Student boundaries, Practice Teach, Final Project, Closing Ceremony
Meet your teachers:
Annie Carpenter, creator of SmartFLOW Yoga, is an international Yoga teacher based in Northern California. Known as a “teacher’s teacher” she has created a well-respected system of Yoga practice and Teaching methodology. Annie’s playful personality and focused intelligence brings depth, clarity and exuberance to her classes. A committed student of Yoga for over 40 years now, Annie continues to bring her passion and curiosity, love of anatomy, evolutionary movement, meditation and classical philosophy into her teachings. Annie is the author of SmartFLOW Yoga, a complete set of practice DVDs produced by Udaya, and Yoga for Total Back Care, a DVD produced by Yoga Journal, and several SmartFLOW manuals. She contributes regularly to Yoga Journal. An influential Teacher Trainer since 2003, Annie leads 200/500 trainings and workshops globally, and at Glo.com.
Annie’s SmartFLOW Yoga is a modern approach with an anatomically sound foundation and inspired, creative sequencing. Annie’s method is rooted in deep respect and years of practice in the lineages of Integral, Iyengar and Astanga Yoga. Annie is committed to inquiry and mindfulness, which inevitably leads to spiritual development and light-heartedness. SmartFLOW Yoga guides you to know your true Self. With the knowledge of the true Self comes compassion, peace and appreciation for all life. www.anniecarpenter.com
Originally from Philadelphia, Joan earned her bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from Temple University. Shortly after finishing college, she moved to New York City to pursue a professional dance career, and it was there that she discovered yoga. Soon after, she relocated to Santa Monica, California, where she completed the YogaWorks Teacher Training with the renowned Maty Ezraty and Lisa Walford in 2002, followed by further study with Annie Carpenter, who is known for her SmartFlow® system of highly intelligent sequencing. Joan received her YogaWorks Certification in 2006 then took her first trip to Mysore, India to study with the beloved Sri K. Pattihbi Jois and his grandson Sharath Rangaswamy. Since then, she has traveled extensively throughout India and has been blessed to study with world-renowned teachers in far-off places where she has enjoyed unplugging from the Western way of living, fully embracing the yogic lifestyle and immersing herself in her practices.
Jeanne Heileman. – MA, 500-ERYT, YACEP, Founder of Tantra Flow Yoga™, Jeanne brings together more than 36 years of yoga study with over 25 years of teaching into a style of yoga inclusive of asana, Ayurveda, Pranayama, meditation, and the added focus of cultivating energy. She has studied extensively in ParaYoga, Ashtanga, Iyengar, Anusara, ParaYoga, Vini and Tantra Yoga with many masters in each tradition. Jeanne teaches with sensitivity, generosity of spirit and a lot of humor. She specializes in discovering the needs of an individual and gently guiding students to their own grace and balance. Jeanne’s classes weave attention on alignment and play through the poses, usually following a specific theme. Borrowing from her rich history of study and practice, you will be guided through intelligent, creative sequencing. We break out of the box, wisely. Each flow class often opens with a short Pranayama session that sets the tone for the rest of the class. Tantric elements will be woven in secretly as we work on a specific pose or set of actions throughout the class. Our main goal is to move, breathe, and explore space with our bodies. Based in Los Angeles, she is often found traveling the globe teaching trainings, workshops and master classes.
Simon began his Yoga journey in 1995 with Shiva Rea in the World Arts and Cultures Department at UCLA. Soon thereafter, he became immersed in the great atmosphere of the original YogaWorks studios in Santa Monica where he completed his first teacher training with Maty Ezraty in 1998. A move home to Philadelphia led to an opportunity to study with senior Iyengar Teacher, Joan White, and the legendary yogi Dharma Mittra. After apprenticing with Shiva Rea as an assistant, Simon began leading his own workshops, teacher trainings, and retreats - eventually worldwide. In 2007, Yoga Journal acclaimed Simon as, "one of the most influential and gifted Yoga teachers of the next generation.” His free-style Vinyasa is fluid, intuitive, and encourages freedom through self expression. Simon is profoundly influenced by the teachings of Shiva Rea, Richard Freeman, Maty Ezraty, Joan White, and Dharma Mitra - his core teachers for the past 20+ years. Simon's blend of these influences finds a beautiful alchemy in his style, Liquid Flow Yoga, a mix of classical and modern Yoga. Recently, Simon returned to his educational roots by creating a Yoga Program for Princeton University. Dubbed the "Flying Nomad," he draws inspiration from road legends such as Jimi Hendrix who aptly stated, "the Earth is my home.”
What Teacher Training Graduates say:
"Everyone always told me that the YTT will be transformative and will change your life - I couldn’t really imagine what that meant until I finished the training with Joan Hyman at YogaKula in Vienna. Not only was the content (reaching from philosophy, Ayurveda, Asanas to Pranayama and meditation, etc.) very interesting and mind-opening, Joan also taught it in a way that is rarely seen in teachers. She is such a competent and mindful teacher that follows a firm and strict teaching method but approaches every single student in a very loving way. Our group consisted of such amazing people and we grew together in such a strong way that made the goodbyes very hard. Learning about the practice and philosophy of classical Yoga and putting the focus on the learning and growing rather on performance or competition was the key. YogaKula and it’s very warm and lovely environment made this experience even more wonderful. Eva and Anna are such warm-hearted women that have created a little paradise in the center of Vienna. I just loved spending so much time there with such lovely yogis and positive energy."
3700 Euros - YogaKula Teacher Training Graduates
3800 Euros - Early Bird until February 6th 2022
4000 Euros - Regular Price
All modules (except the last one) can be booked individually.
The training will be held at the YogaKula Studio Vienna in English.
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