The desire to teach yoga often comes from a place of love and appreciation of the benefits of the practice in body and mind. Our teacher training incorporates the tools of knowledge and leadership, giving you the ability to guide your students to experience all of the benefits this ancient system has to offer.
When people first come to a practice of yoga, they usually think of the physical practice of poses, for that reason the first emphasis of this training is teaching safe, therapeutic breathing and body movement, which naturally supports healthy posture. In order to facilitate this we will study anatomy and kinesiology (the study of movement) in very practical and approachable ways.
Students of yoga often start with postures but end up loving the practice for the numerous other benefits in their emotional health and their spiritual life. We’ll dive deeply into our own practices, using them to lead a journey through self exploration, a path every teacher must undertake to be authentic in sharing what they’ve discovered in their own experience. Meditation becomes key to guiding us in this odyssey.
At the same time we will explore the barriers to communication and how to move past them in order to become more effective interpersonal relationships, with students and beyond. Understanding and sharing our own limitations in body and mind helps us cultivate compassion and understanding for the wide variety of experiences that can be had by yoga students.
From the beginner to the more experienced practitioner, there is something for everyone in this training. Even if you don’t wish to be a teacher this course can deepen your understanding in dynamic ways. Always keeping the perspective of the student in mind, we consistently become better leaders. Whatever your chosen path, this training can help you bring about healthy change in your life and others!
For your convenience, our course curriculum is designed so that we meet once a month through the month of April, 2019
This extensive course will cover:
- Fundamental yoga asana (postures) with a focus on body mechanics and anatomy
- Philosophy- covering the eight limbs of yoga as found in the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali.
- Pranayama (breathing practices)
- Teaching methodology
- Ayurveda (principles and practices)
- Restorative and Yin Yoga practices
- Business/marketing fundamentals as a yoga teacher
- Joint pathologies
- Effective communication practices
- Understanding personalities
- Lead trainer: Shane Davis200 ERYT, Senior teacher at Yoga ONE
- Deacon Carpenter, Clinical Ayurvedic Specialist – Principles and practices of Ayurvedic Medicine
- Ginger Schechter, MD – Joint pathologies
- Dr. Anthony M. Pollard, PSY.D. – Attachments and behaviors
- Karen Kimsey House – New perspectives on leadership
- James Chapman, Neuromuscular Therapist – Joint stability and muscle motor control. An introduction to corrective exercise
- Nina Jarnum – Fundamentals of safe inversions
This course qualifies for continuing education for those that already have their teaching certification. This training is certified by Yoga Alliance for 200 hour certified training. Once you are certified you will be able to register with Yoga Alliance as a Registered Yoga Teacher.
- Unlimited yoga classes at YogaONE with your Program teachers (Shane & Deacon)
- 2-night stay at a lakeside retreat center
- Individual Ayurvedic consultation with Deacon
- 1 hour private Yoga Therapy session with Shane
Course Dates and times:
All classes are held on the weekend from 12:00pm -6:00pm (unless otherwise indicated)
October 5 & 6
October 12 & 13
November 2 & 3
November 23 & 24
December 14 & 15
January 11 & 12
January 25 & 26 (Retreat Weekend)
February 15 & 16
March 7 & 8
March 21 & 22
April 18 & 19
A non-refundable $500 deposit is required to secure your spot in this training
Full price: $3,300
Early Enrollment (Through September 1st) $2,995
Monthly Payment Plans are available
Testimonials from graduates of Yoga ONE’s teacher trainings:
“Shane Davis is a well-rounded, anatomically, neurologically, kinesiologically versed, engaging instructor for Yoga Teacher Certification 200 hours and beyond. Deacon Carpenter’s Ayurvedic knowledge transmission and incredible yoga teacher specialists make this the teacher training everyone should experience.”
–Jeannette Grace, MPT, Kaiser Permanente (2016 graduate)
“What stands out in teacher training with Shane Davis is his deep rooted commitment to produce safe, knowledgable yoga teachers with a firm understanding of anatomy and asana. Shane teacher in a very approachable, unassuming and humble way. He does not just give you information; he communicates with you and wants you to communicate back. With the knowledge I gained in teacher training I have been able to teach, not just in the US, but also Asia and Europe with confidence, and have quickly been able too build my reputation as a teacher with a lot of anatomy intelligence, even in education heavy yoga communities such as Denmark. I truly feel that Shane has not only given me the best training I could have received in 200 hours, he has also left me with a humility for his knowledge and an understanding that my education in yoga has only just begun, and for that I am eternally grateful.
As an absolute bonus, Shane has been my yoga cheerleader ever since my training and he is still the first person I text when I book an exciting yoga gig.”
-Nina Jarnum, YogaONE 200-hour RYT Certified Yoga Teacher (2014 graduate)
“Starting and completing the 200hr YTT with Shane Davis at Yoga One was the best decisions I could have made.
Yoga One is a wonderful yoga community to become a part of and completing the 200hr teacher training at the studio with Shane was the best experience. His passion and knowledge of yoga shows in his in-depth comprehensive lessons.
Overall what I am most grateful for was the extra anatomical focus of the 200hrs. Although it was a painful process, the extent of anatomy presented in the course sets you far beyond other teachers completing different programs; the extra knowledge has been of immense value to me as a yoga teacher.
You can be sure you will complete the teacher training feeling confident, prepared and well nurtured in body and mind.”
-Amaijah Summers, YogaONE 200-hour RYT Certified Yoga Teacher (2014 graduate)
“The 200-hour yoga teacher training program at Yoga One was very informative and helpful. Shane has a thorough understanding of anatomy, and breaks down each pose into minute detail. Now that I am teaching, I feel confident knowing I can lead students into poses safely and with care. And the emphasis on teaching practicums enabled me to feel ready to teach my own class upon completion of the course. While Shane is extremely knowledgable, he is also very approachable and will gladly answer any questions. I learned so much, and saw tremendous personal growth throughout the training program.”
-Katy Fishman,YogaONE 200-hour RYT Certified Yoga Teacher (2015 graduate)