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26+2 HOT YOGA TEACHER TRAINING - SPRING 2019

04.05.19 - 05.03.19 | WE ARE YOGA - ORMOND BEACH, FLORIDA

EARLY BIRD TUITION RATE: $4,700

*includes tuition, training materials, and Yoga Alliance and Original Hot Yoga Association application and initial annual registration fees

In 300 hours, you will learn to teach the classic 26+2 hot yoga series. Our team of asana and anatomy experts, including Gianna Purcell, Kathy Durham and Erin Frank will provide you with the tools you need to effectively deliver a precise, informative, and therapeutic class. Alignment, benefits, and language for safely presenting the postures will be covered as well as teaching techniques and methodology, anatomy and physiology, yoga philosophy and ethics, and the business of yoga with practical application.

Currently accepting applications for 105F’s ONLY 26+2 Hot Yoga Teacher Training in 2019.

Your $30 application fee will be credited towards your tuition at the time of enrollment.

Area & Accommodations

Schedule

Curriculum

Lead Trainers

Area & Accommodations

Your four week Teacher Training program will be held at the We Are Yoga studio in Ormond Beach, Florida.  Ormond Beach is just north of Daytona Beach along Florida’s Atlantic Coast.  Daytona Beach International Airport (DAB) or Orlando Airport (MCO) are the easiest and most convenient airports to fly in and out of.  DAB is a quick 15 minute drive to Ormond Beach. MCO takes about 1 hour and 15 minutes but flights are more direct and generally less expensive.

Accommodation cost is not included in pricing.  If you are traveling from out of town, we want your stay to be as comfortable and affordable as possible. Many of our out-of-town trainees find airbnb or VRBO to be helpful options.  Additionally, all of the below cost-effective options are located right on the beautiful white sandy beach!   We are happy to help connect trainees for shared housing for your four-week Teacher Training experience in Ormond Beach, Florida. Please email teachertraining@105f.com with any questions.

Best Western Castillo Del Sol

205 S Atlantic ave

(2.1 miles from training location | 8 minute drive)

Royal Floridian Resort

51 S Atlantic Ave

(1.7 miles from training location | 7 minute drive)

Lotus Boutique Inn & Suites

505 S Atlantic Ave

(2.6 miles from training location | 9 minute drive)

Outrigger Beach Club Resort

215 S Atlantic Ave

(2.1 miles from training location | 8 minute drive)

Schedule

Monday-Saturday

7am: Original 90 Class
9am: Break for Breakfast/Study Time
10am: Posture Breakdown, Practicum
12pm: Break for Lunch/Study Time
1:30pm: Philosophy, Anatomy and Physiology, Teaching Methodology
4pm: Original 90 Class
6pm: Break for Dinner/Study Time
7pm: Ethics, Teaching Techniques, Lifestyle for Yoga Teachers (Concepts of Dharma and Karma), Business of Yoga
9:30pm: Break for Rest of the Night

Sunday

7am: Original 90 or Smart 60 class
9am: Break for Breakfast/Study Time
10am: Posture Clinic, Practicum
12pm: Break for Lunch/Study Time
1:30pm: Optional Help Session
4pm: Optional Asana Practice
6pm: Break for Dinner/Rest of the Night

Attending 105F's 26+2 Hot Yoga Teacher Training changed me. Not like I'm a different person, but there will be before and after Teacher Training markers in my life. I'm more clear on what I want, more decisive in my actions, I care less about certain things and certain opinions of others, and more about others. I hear that comes with age, but it hadn't. It came with reflection and four weeks of yoga. Deep yoga. It's like another fresh start. A new phase. It feels good and I can't wait to see what's next.

-Mandy Palen, Spring 2017 Teacher Training Graduate & Studio Owner

Curriculum

Posture Clinic:

Starts Trainees in speaking the 105F Dialogue, in how to guide others through the set-up, action, and exit of each of the 26 postures and 2 breathing exercises.  Interspersed feedback will identify effective usage of language and cues.  Starting slow and simple, isolating one pose at a time, Posture Clinics gradually progress into sequences of multiple posture presentation.  Skill objectives include: competent understanding of posture language and mechanics, confidence in public speaking and teaching, and constructive giving and receiving of feedback.

Practicum:

 Logically extends the Posture Clinic into preparations for teaching a full, live class.  Trainee will start by teaching one posture at a time and then will string postures together by groups (balancing series, spine-strengthening series) in order to calibrate verbal speed, pose spacing, and class timing.  Skill objectives include: proper voice projection, real-time corrections, non-reactive teaching techniques, and efficient language.

Teaching Methodology:

Delves into key principles and methods to help achieve maximum results with students. Skill objectives include: posture and series continuity, dialogue dissection, mapping your class, feedback philosophy, and didactic responsibilities.

Teaching Techniques: 

Trainee will identify particular scenarios for addressing individual student potentials and limitations, moving through the room while teaching, prepping students before class, debriefing students after class, and using psychology, humor and stories to convey points.

Anatomy and Physiology:

 Complements Trainees’ visual and practical understanding of the human body.  A series of lectures will illuminate the significance of articulating anatomy, axial anatomy, and the nervous system in helping understand how the muscles, bones, and joints create the postures, how spinal position affords muscular continuity throughout the series, and how information flows throughout the body.

Yoga Philosophy, Lifestyle, and Ethics:

  Surveys overarching theories underpinning yoga and consonant responsibilities of yoga teacher.  Yoga Nidra philosophy and meditation techniques are showcased with supporting review of Raja Yoga, the Signs of Samadhi, and Hatha Yoga Pradipika.

Business of Yoga:

Takes a straight look into the yoga business opportunities available to a certified yoga teacher.  Basic teaching employment, management considerations, and studio ownership concerns will be presented with success/fail comparisons and eye toward win-win scenarios.

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Teachers

Gianna Purcell

Aching with back and joint pain, Gianna followed a friend’s recommendation and took her first yoga class and ended two years of sedentary living.  After just a few weeks of practice, her pain dropped; within a year, she was off all medications (ADHD meds, antidepressants and sleeping pills); at two years she began advanced asana training; and by year three she certified as a teacher. Thirsty to know, she went full time studying, teaching and practicing the 26 + 2 series and Ashtanga yoga.

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Kathy Durham

Kathy’s interest in yoga began as a personal mission to heal her daily battle with anxiety and depression without using medication. She was invited to a Bikram Yoga class in 2004 where she embarked on a life long journey to wellness. From the first breath, she found security, freedom, relief, and support. Bikram Yoga Teacher Training soon followed in the Spring of 2005. This channeled a new radiant being to emerge and blossom in the years to come. She walked out more confident, more energetic, more alive and more true to herself.

We’re inviting all hot yoga studio owners and certified teachers to experience our 105F 26+2 Hot Yoga Teacher Training!  Join us for up to a week and fully immerse yourself in asana practice and yoga studies with Gianna Purcell, Kathy Durham, and the rest of our 105F Teacher Training team.  Email teachertraining@105F.com for more information.