Lighting the Path: 200 hr Teacher Training 2017/18
September 23, 2017 @ 6:00 am - March 4, 2018 @ 5:00 pm
September 23, 2017 – March 4, 2018
Lighting the Path Teacher Training prepares you to be an authentic and heart-centered yoga teacher, offering compassionate and accessible vinyasa classes for all levels of students.
Vigorous morning yoga intensives guide you deeper into your own practice and life purpose, while afternoon instructional sessions cover an extensive yoga teacher curriculum, including cueing, sequencing, hands-on assists, working with injuries, demonstration techniques, vocal presence, yoga philosophy and history, the business of yoga, ethics, and anatomy.
The LTP program includes a variety of teaching methods so that you can learn, practice and embody the material. This includes demonstration, lecture, talking circles, group processes, and partner practice. You will receive personalized attention, guidance, and feedback directly from Pete Guinosso and his highly qualified assisting staff and senior guest faculty.
Process work helps you to connect to your own heart’s wisdom and find your authentic voice as a teacher. Deep connection with the community of trainees and trainers gives you the support you need during and after the training to be successful in establishing yourself as a teacher and throughout your yoga career.
LTP trainees begin teaching on day one, initially teaching to other students and gradually building up to teach a group public class under Pete’s guidance. The program’s teaching focus helps trainees become adaptable and knowledgeable teachers for a wide variety of students.
This training is ideal for serious students of yoga and aspiring teachers, as well as current yoga teachers looking to add additional skills to their teaching.
Upon completion of this training, you are eligible to register with Yoga Alliance as an RYT-200 teacher. You will also be able to enroll in Lighting the Path’s 300-hour teacher training course and/or the LTP mentorship program.
Over the course of six months, you will learn how to:
• Inspire students by teaching from your own heart’s wisdom
• Be emotionally intelligent and present with your students
• Effectively sequence for, and safely adjust, an all-levels class
• Incorporate themes and intentions into your teaching and practice
• Cue and instruct so your students stay present in their practice
• Feel confident working with common conditions and injuries
• Create a supportive and caring environment in your classes
September 23, 2017–March 4, 2018
Saturdays & Sundays: 6:00-8:45am and 11:00am–5pm
September 23–24, 2017
October 7–8 and 21–22, 2017
November 4–5 and 18–19, 2017
December 2–3 and 9–10, 2017
January 13–14 and 27–28, 2018
February 10–11 and 24–25, 2018
March 3–4, 2018
$3200 | $2950 if paid in full by August 23
Payment plan available; for more information, please contact Amber Hogue at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Open to students of all levels interested in teaching others and/or taking their practice to the next level.
Pete or one of his lead assistants will host the following Information Sessions to share additional details and answer questions.
Dial-in Number: (712) 775-7031
Meeting ID: 220-921-274
Sunday, August 27th 11am
San Francisco: In-Studio Information Sessions at Yoga Tree Valencia
Thursday, September 7th 8pm
Tuesday, September 12th 8pm
East Bay: In-Studio Information Sessions at Yoga Tree Telegraph
Wednesday, September 6th 8pm
Sunday, September 10th 11pm
Monday, September 18th 8pm
This course qualifies for credit in the Yoga Tree Continuing Education Program.