200hr Yoga Teacher Training
Designed to give you an experiential understanding of the healing and transformational path of yoga, this 200hr teacher training provides a year-long immersive introduction to the art & science of yoga.
BEGINNING JANUARY 2019 at Flow Motion
Weekend Intensives in Ferndale, WA
(once per month)
Teaching Observation & Elective Study
Extensive Practicum Experience
Homestudy Reading & Assignments
PLUS: Quarterly Private Sessions with Summer
PLUS: Access to Summer’s online Yoga for Transformation course
PLUS: The opportunity to attend
Summer’s public classes
Course Cost: $3,500
WE WILL STUDY
How to practice and teach the tools and techniques of yoga including asana, pranayama, meditation, mudra, mantra, ritual, and prayer.
Anatomy (using Tom Myer’s Anatomy Trains) and Physiology (especially the science of breath and the nervous system)
Philosophy (with a deep dive into the Yoga Sutras), Lifestyle (including Ayurvedic practices), & Ethics
Weekend Intensives — 144 hours
We will spend one weekend a month together. The weekend schedule will be as follows:
Saturday 11am-2pm & 3-6pm
Teaching Observation & Elective Study — 24+ hours
Students will attend public classes every month. There will be various assignments accompanying these observations.
Students will also have the opportunity to pursue self-directed elective study in an area of personal interest.
Additional Practicum Hours — 6+ hours
In addition to the practicum hours held during weekend intensives, students will teach a public class and attend at least 5 of their colleague’s public classes.
Private Sessions — 6 hours
Each quarter throughout the year students will have a 90-minute private session with Summer. These sessions are offered in support of the student’s personal practice.
Home Study — 100+ hours
Students should plan to spend 2-5 hours a week reading and completing assignments.
2019 Weekend Intensive Dates
Summer Cushman, M.Div., E-RYT500, C-IAYT Summer is excited to come alongside students with support, guidance, and mentorship as they deepen their personal practice, expand their knowledge of yoga, and grow their abilities as teachers.
Katrina Svoboda Johnson, LMT, AHC/CAP
supporting our study of Ayurveda
Julie McNeill, BSN, RYT-500, C-IAYT
supporting our study of Anatomy & Physiology
Minta Allred, E-RYT, RCYT, CF-T
supporting our study of Asana