Teacher Training at real hot yoga Englewood & Hoboken
About the training:
Conducted by Moksha Vinyasa School of Yoga - Yoga Alliance Registered Yoga School.
This training includes 180 hours of in-studio teaching and study. The following topics will be covered: Asana & Alignment, Sequencing Intelligent Vinyasa Classes, Teaching Methodology, Anatomy, Hands On Assists, Finding Your Voice, Yoga Philosophy, Breathing Techniques & Meditation, The Business of Yoga.
About the studio:
Real hot yoga is committed to offering the ultimate hot yoga experience by providing students with a state-of-the-art facility in a warm, welcoming, supportive environment. We offer real fitness and real results! Real hot yoga offers only the most state-of-the-art hot yoga studios. Our 1,000+ square foot yoga rooms feature a heating system designed specifically for hot yoga. It offers precise temperature and humidity control; and a UV air filtration system, which removes 99% of germs, bacteria, viruses, and odors from the air.
September 17, 2017 - March 4, 2018
Erica Arce & Jay Karlinski
Sundays 12:15pm - 9:30pm
$3200 early bird pricing through July 4, 2017
$3500 after July 4, 2017
Payment plans are available
Contact:email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for all questions
WHAT REAL HOT YOGA LOCATION IS THE TRAINING HELD IN?
The training alternates weekly between the Hoboken and Englewood studio. Ride sharing with fellow trainees is encouraged when needed.
WILL TRAINING SESSIONS BE HEATED?
Yoga classes will be heated. All lectures are not heated. Expect to have at least 1.5 hours of heated yoga per session. Changing rooms are available. We recommend you bring an additional set of clean and dry clothes for comfort.
HOW PROFICIENT IN YOGA DO I HAVE TO BE TO DO THE 200-HOUR PROGRAM?
We require that you have at least 6 months of yoga experience, as we want you to have a basic understanding of yoga. If you’re working with an injury or are pregnant, the decision to attend training is up to you and your doctor.
HOW DO I SIGN UP AND PAY FOR THE PROGRAM?
You can sign up online at www.realhotyoga.net. A $500 non-refundable deposit is due upon enrollment to hold your spot. Your payment is due in full by the early bird date of July 4, 2017 in order to receive the discounted rate of $3,200. After July 4th cost is $3500 and full payment is required a week before the start of the program unless a payment plan has been previously arranged. Payment plans are 3 installations of $1,000. Cancellations more than 31 days from the start of the program receive a refund of the tuition minus the deposit. Cancellations within 0-31 days of the start of the program do not receive a refund.
WHAT STYLE OF YOGA IS THE REAL HOT YOGA TEACHER TRAINING?
The training is a Vinyasa-based training that aims to bring teachers- in-training into a deeper understanding and experience of yoga by means of exemplary instruction, detailed alignment, and intelligent sequences. The Program is comprehensive and gives each trainee a well-rounded knowledge of yoga which both deepens the practice and quickly polishes effective teaching skills. Erica Arce and Jay Karlinski have been leading teacher trainings for over 5 years and have trained and mentored some of the East Coast’s favorite Yogis.
CAN I PRACTICE AT REAL HOT YOGA DURING THE TEACHER TRAINING?
Trainees receive a full membership to Real Hot Yoga Hoboken and Englewood for the duration of the training and have access to all weekly classes. Trainees must take between 2-3 yoga class with directors of training each week. Workshops and specialty classes are not included in free membership.
WHAT IF I CAN’T ATTEND EVERY SESSION?
No problem. We understand that things come up. We have several ways you can make up sessions so that you can graduate and receive your 200hr teaching certificate.
Option 1: You can arrange a private session with one of the directors to make up for time missed for an additional cost.
Option 2: You can attend the class you missed in a future 200hr teacher training for no additional charge. (This must be done within the year)
Option 3: Write a research paper on the topic you missed. Teach and video record a 30-minute class that demonstrates your knowledge on the topic.