Solstice is delighted to partner with Integrative Flow Yoga for 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training and Pranakriya School of Yoga Healing Arts to offer Prenatal Yoga Teacher Trainings in 2018.
Integrative Flow 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training
Yogic philosophy is rooted in the point of view that living a life of spiritual fulfillment is accessible to everyone. Asana, as practiced generally in yoga studios, is just one dimension of a much larger complex system. Integrative Flow Yoga 200hr TT (IFYTT) is a vinyasa training centered around what is missing from the studio experience; the broader view of yoga as a guidebook for personal development. You will learn how to skillfully apply yoga philosophy, and latest research in physiology, to the asana practice. The artful combination of philosophy and science is what can potentially yield authentic healing results.
This training is designed with working professionals in mind; we will meet one weekend per month. Although the fitness yoga that facilitates people's “workout” is worthwhile and beneficial; it is not necessarily the same as the yoga therapy that facilitates a person’s ability to heal physical and emotional trauma from injury, illness or chronic pain. In this training, you will learn the difference. The style of practice in IFYTT will meet the needs to lead Slow Flow for beginners & All Levels, Gentle, Private instruction, and will also provide an introduction to therapeutic applications yoga.
$2700 Early Bird ends December 31, 2017
$2900 from January 1st up until training start date
Fridays 6 to 9:30 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday: 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., 1 hour lunch break
Solstice Urban Retreat, 1164 N. Highland Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30306
20 hours total per weekend, 9 weekends total for 180 contact hours required by Yoga Alliance
Feb 2nd to 4th
March 2nd to 4th
April 6th to 8th
May 4th to 6th
June 1st to 3rd
July 6th to 8th
August 3rd to 5th
Sept 7th to 10th
October 12th to 14th
On this course you will learn about:
Yoga history & philosophy: Patanjali’s Sutras, the Gita, the Eight Limbs, Samkhya Karika
Asana, Anatomy, Functional Movement Principles based on the science of biomechanics
Vinyasas, Kriyas, Sun Salutations
Pranayama, Meditation, and Mantra
Energetic Anatomy: the Koshas, the Gunas, the Chakras
Yamas & Niyamas and behaviour modification
How to assist students safely and instruct how and when to use props
the Central Nervous System (CNS)
How trauma affects the mind body connection and how yoga can help people heal
Contraindications for the asana practice so you may safely guide people with injuries
Introductions to: Pre & Postnatal Yoga, Restorative Yoga, and Chair Yoga
The accountability required to step into the role of yoga teacher
The business of Yoga: marketing, ethics, social media, networking, private sessions
The training manual will be provided. Further investment for books may be required.
You will get unlimited classes of your choice at Solstice Yoga while YTT is in session.
Books required for purchase:
The Heart of Yoga: Developing a Personal Practice by T.K.V. Desikachar
Tantra: Path of Ecstasy, by Georg Feuerstein
Please access the application here, or email the studio for a word document file:
Applications should be subbmitted via email to email@example.com.
This training is led by Veronica Lewinger RYT 500, CIAYT. Veronica is a certified Yoga Therapist with the International Association of Yoga Therapists, http://www.iayt.org/. Veronica has led nearly 8,000 classes, has been practicing yoga for over 20 years, and teaching full time for nearly nine years. She has studied with Matthew Sanford, Marlysa Sullivan, Seane Corn, Tias Little, Rod Stryker, Aadil Palikolov, Patrick Beach, Kino McGregor, Fred Busch, and Yoganand Michael Carroll.
Veronica is vetted to teach on a study for PTSD with Emory and the VA Hospital. She is currently teaching chair yoga for a study on Osteoarthritis for Mercer University, and leading a series for people with Traumatic Brain Injury through loveyourbrain at evolation yoga. Veronica has been instructing trauma informed yoga classes for incarcerated youth in the Department of Juvenile Justice Detention Centers for the past year, and in outbound Juvenile Justice Intervention programs for the past four years through Atlanta non profit, https://centeringyouth.org/. She has also worked with homeless youth through Covenant House, and women exploited by sex trafficking through HavenATL. She has completed trainings in pre and post natal yoga, as well as yoga for kids.
Veronica was invited to be a lululemon Ambassador for Ponce City Market in 2015. Her other interests include spending time with her nieces, hiking, cycling, and nutrition. She is an avid weight lifter and loves working with athletes.
Veronica is deeply devoted to the work of her advanced training school, http://integrativeyogastudies.com/, and is in constant awe of the work and dedication of it’s co founders; Marlysa Sullivan MPT, Holle Black and Tra Kirkpatrick.
Attendance is mandatory for all hours. 180 contact hours is required by Yoga Alliance in order to meet the requirements for certification. All missed hours and assignments must be made up before the subsequent module begins. If there is an emergency or you must miss time, you may make up the missed time at a rate of $60/hour for private sessions.
20 non contact hours are required by Yoga Alliance, and will be met with assigned readings, homework, and additional practices/attendance for classes. Assignments and hourly requirements must be satisfied in order to receive your IFYTT certificate of completion.
Missed hours MUST be pre arranged 7 business days in advance and approved.
All payments must satisfied in full by 7/31/2018 in order to continue in the program.
Pranakriya Yoga is one of the most solidly grounded, transformational and logically structured yoga teacher trainings in the country. Our programs train practitioners who have a love for yoga born out of practice and experience. Our goal is to skillfully encourage personal reflection regarding physical, mental and emotional aspects inherent in each pose, pranayama and meditation, helping students recognize that what is discovered on the mat can be used in everyday living.
Our program is steeped in the Tantric Hatha Yoga Philosophy but is also created from adult learning models. We thread together asana, anatomy, pranayama, meditation, philosophy, relaxation, observation and hands-on assisting as well as reading and working with groups and individuals.
Our upcoming trainings include:
300-Hour Advanced Yoga Teacher Training Modules
Our program consists of 300+ hours of coursework and practicum, exceeding the Yoga Alliance standards. Completion of this program will earn you your RYT-300 designation from the Yoga Alliance. This program is for students that have already completed a 200-hour basic yoga teacher training with Pranakriya or any other certified yoga school.
Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training: Level 1 (34 hours)
February 23-26, 2018
Students will learn the anatomy and physiology of the growing fetus and how this produces changes in the mother’s body during each trimester. Topics covered include fetal development, physiological and hormonal changes in the mother’s body as well as possible body responses to these changes. Appropriate asana, assisting, pranayama, sounding and meditation will be covered for each trimester, including after birth. Pregnancy discomforts during each stage will be explored along with ways to use yoga, non-traditional methods and traditional techniques to help alleviate these discomforts. Each day begins with a prenatal yoga class during which participants wear “pregnant bellies” for each trimester to simulate the experience of moving in a prenatal body. Class will be followed by theory, practical application and practice teaching. In addition, the course will provide tips for labor and birth, partner prenatal yoga and marketing oneself. Students will leave confident, qualified and comfortable to teach prenatal yoga. This course provides 32 Yoga Alliance CEUs
Instructor: Heather Schleupner, PRYT
Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training: Advanced/Level 2 (32 hours)
October 5-8, 2018
Deepen your understanding and skills of working with women who are pregnant. In this 32-hour program you will take home new skills to enhance your teaching of prenatal yoga as well as an in depth understanding of Yoga Born, childbirth preparation steeped in the yoga tradition.
This program provides 32 CE hours for the Yoga Alliance. To receive full credit from the Yoga Alliance and become a Registered Prenatal Yoga Teacher, students must complete both levels of the Pranakriya Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training, as well as the teaching/observation and reading requirements. In addition, participants must teach 30 hours of prenatal yoga. After completion, participant may submit paperwork to the Yoga Alliance
The topics covered in this comprehensive training include:
- Trimester changes, nutrition & self-care
- Choices in medical care
- Stages of labor; physical and emotional aspects
- Comfort during labor and pain coping strategies
- Hospital procedures and medications
- The energetic body/ chakras related to pregnancy and childbirth
- Mother’s physical and emotional recovery
- Breastfeeding and bonding with baby
- Pelvic floor anatomy and rehabilitation
- Koshas and gunas
Instructors: Niisa Morton, E-RYT 500 & RPYT and Abby Bordner, CLD, ICCE, CLE, CPD, CAPPA Faculty