Whether you’re looking to become a yoga teacher yourself, you are interested in expanding your knowledge of specific aspects of yoga, or you’re an experienced yoga teacher who wants Continuing Training Credits in specific areas, we’re here for you. This training is designed with flexibility in mind. The complete training is split up into 6 specific series which can be taken separately or together. Take 1 , 2, 5 or 6! The individual Modules are open to ANYONE who wants to advance their yoga knowledge. For prospective Teacher Trainers, all modules must be completed.
Those six modules are:
Each module will have specific topics of study that include 3 weekly dharma sessions. Out of the 3, you are required to attend at least 2 of these sessions a week. Sessions will be held Mondays 5-9, Wednesdays 5-9, and Saturdays 12-4.
Study with lead instructor, Scott Underwood. Scott holds a 500 HR E-RYT Teaching Credential, MFA in Creative Writing, and MA in English. He first picked up the Bhagavad Gita when he was in his early twenties. He saw this rich territory of thought and a pretty cool story as well. He followed this interest as an academic first. He also found that his passions for literature and writing led him to study yoga in a critical way. While studying with Scott, you will learn to break down the deep ideas of body and mind in a rational, logical, and creatively.
Helping out with the training is Katlyn Greiner who will be assisting in both the anatomy and fun electives such a gentle, restorative, prenatal, etc. After practicing for 12+ years AND owning a yoga studio for several years, she finally decided to become a teacher herself in Scott’s very first teacher training. Since then she has been practicing her teaching both on and off the mat. Entering her 6th year as a college professor, Katlyn blends together the academic and eastern values of yoga in all of her teachings.
The schedule is subject to change: