March 3rd – June 16th, 2018
200-hour Yoga Teacher Training
Join us for this in-depth Yoga Teacher Training Immersion and Teacher Certification at RBY, led by Alison Solam, Dylan Noebels and Rob Kovacevic, in the spring of 2017. We will help bring out and develop the natural teacher in you. This is a 200-hour, Yoga Alliance-approved training that will prepare you to teach with confidence. We encourage you to talk to us about your interest in the training. Many take the course with no intention of becoming a teacher, but only as a skilful way of deepening into their own practice. Some take the training to supplement their work in the helping professions such as nursing, mental health or as a school teacher. You don’t need to be an expert in yoga or incredibly flexible in order to get the most from your time with us. The purpose of the training is to take you to your next level in the practice and give you the tools to keep developing for the years and decades to come! We’re only 20 minutes from North Seattle and designed around those with families and busy lives. Email us at email@example.com or call us at 360 632 9208
You are guaranteed to get a lot of personal attention in our yoga teacher training, which includes one-on-one sessions with a lead trainer and an apprenticeship with a master teacher. The Richmond Beach Yoga teacher training program is intellectually challenging and physically inspiring, and fosters creative and critical thinking about yoga.
From RBY TT Graduate Sharon J:
I want to let both of you know how much I am enjoying the TT course. Both of you are excellent teachers with a great grasp of the material and an inclusive way of presenting it.
I have a long history of medical training, physical therapy for injury and yoga classes with wonderful teachers. Since I was coming with so many expectations, I was prepared to discover some areas of disagreement or disappointment. I have not had a single issue with anything that has been presented. I think you guys are right on from my perspective, and I could not be more pleased with the course.
Our comprehensive program includes study and practice
Including Asana (postures); pranayama (breathwork), anatomy for yoga, history of yoga, yoga philosophy, meditation and how to teach it, teaching methodology, how to create a yoga career, and more, including how to teach pregnant women. We will have dynamic guest speakers; ample time for you to practice teach with your peers; and stimulating reading materials, homework, and projects.
Are you smart, down-to-earth, and an independent thinker? Are you looking for a yoga teacher training that will thrill you intellectually? Our program appeals to people who are interested in deepening their own practice and learning to guide their students with integrity. Our program brings out the natural teacher in you. The natural teacher interacts with students in an authentic way, and works with, not against, the body’s structure– instead of following an unrealistic or unhealthy image of the pose. Our trainees want to know the “why” behind what they teach.
We all long for meaningful waysto be of service to others. Teaching yoga can fulfill this desire. It can be a full-time career or a passion that you pursue while doing other work. Current RBY Teacher Training trainees are looking forward to teaching seniors, people in recovery, tweens and teens, incarcerated people, and more. Our graduates teach in studios, gyms, schools, and community centers. They also teach privately, and tell us that their lives change in positive ways due to the deepening of their own yoga practice since completing the training.
Do you see yourself teaching yoga one day? Or do you simply want to deepen your understanding of yoga? Don’t hesitate to email us for further information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Early Bird is $2,800 before February 1st!
Email or call us to set up an informal interview (a conversation about you, our program, and yoga over a cup of tea at your favorite local cafe or at the studio).
email@example.com or 360 632 9208
Richmond Beach Yoga Immersion and Yoga Teacher Certification Program Application
Thank you for your interest in our training. We look forward to learning more about you. Please fill out the application below (cut and paste in an email or doc) and return it with a $500 deposit to:
Richmond Beach Yoga 621 NW Richmond Beach Road Shoreline, WA 98177 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Date of application:
Please answer the following questions:
Are you able to commit to all or nearly all of the dates of the training?
What is your yoga experience?
Do you have any physical injuries or other limitations we should be aware of?
Do you currently have a meditation practice? If so, please describe.
What brings you to yoga teacher training?
What particularly interests you about yoga?
$3,200 Full tuition
$500 Deposit due with application. This is refundable until 1 month prior to the training. 50% refundable until 2 weeks prior to the training. No refunds after that. The full tuition is due on the first day of the training and is non refundable. If needed, students can complete their training in subsequent teacher trainings at RBY.
Additional expenses include books, totaling approximately $100.
Book List for the Richmond Beach Yoga Teacher Training.
Light on Yoga by BKS Iyengar
The Anatomy Coloring Book (4th Edition) by Wynn Kapit and Lawrence M. Elson
How to Meditate: A Practical Guide to Making Friends with Your Mind by Pema Chodron
Yoga Anatomy by Leslie Kaminoff
Inside the Yoga Sutras: A Comprehensive Sourcebook for the Study & Practice of Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras by Jaganath Carrera.
Karma Yoga and Bhakti Yoga by Swami Vivekananda
The Sufi Path of Love: The Spiritual Teachings of Rumi by William C. Chittick
Start Where You Are by Pema Chodron
I Am That by Nisargadatta
Yoga Body: The Origins of Modern Posture Practice by Mark Singleton
Yoga Beyond Belief: Insights to Awaken and Deepen Your Practice by Ganga White
These books should all be readily available second hand.
We invite you to find a copy of the Yoga Sutra that appeals to you, because the differences amongst the translations lead to interesting discussions