“You just start where you are with whatever level of ability you have, and from there, the sky’s the limit. Strength and suppleness come with time, as long as the spirit of willingness is there.”
What You WILL NOT Get -
-Big box store style teacher training. Many training's give a lot of info and teach a variety of styles of yoga. A "one size fits all" experience. This is completely fine for some students but it's not what you will get at HPYS.
-A teacher training that will break the bank. It's true, YTT's are expensive. It's a huge commitment for the teacher and the student.
-Many instructors with varying ideas. Our YTT has one lead trainer for personalized attention.
-Oversized classes. YTT will be kept small allowing everyone space to grow.
What You WILL Get -
-A training specializing in one style of yoga. While your 200hr YTT will cover a variety of topics from yoga history to meditation; our asana practice will focus solely on Power Yoga. You will learn how to thoughtfully and confidently lead a powerful yoga class.
-An affordable training with lots of payment options. Affordability does not mean a cheap training. The YTT we are offering will transform your life and your practice!
-A training recognized by Yoga Alliance, the worlds largest yoga community.
-Upon completion, certification as a 200hr Yoga Instructor.
Why Power Yoga?
Power Yoga sounds scary right? I get it. For years the thought of going to a power yoga did not sound appealing to me. It wasn't until I did my YTT at CorePower Yoga that I realized power yoga was less about physical power and more about EMPOWERING my practice. I learned that I didn't have to work so hard to feel strong. I learned that putting my ego on the shelf and listening to my body was the greatest practice of all.
Power Yoga was a chance for me to explore how my practice felt in my body. It was freedom. A chance for me to find my true, authentic self while strengthening my body and gaining confidence. I stopped trying to fit in someones box and learned that my practice was just that, mine. It is perfectly imperfect and I'm okay with that.
That's what I want for you. I want you to heal. To grow. To step into your POWER.
One time payment - $1600
Four payments - $ 425
Six payments - $300
Eight payments - $240
Twelve payments - $150
$200 non-refundable deposit required. This is to hold your space and buy materials you will need during training.
*If you need other payment options, do not hesitate to reach out.
Friday 6pm - 9pm
Saturday 11am - 4pm
Sunday 11am - 3pm
*breaks given throughout
Training Format and Expectations
Training is 18 weeks long with 3 weekends on 2 weekends off.
Your YTT is broken down into 4 units, each containing 3 modules.
Unit One - Technique, Training, Practice (75 hours)
Module 1 - Asana
Module 2 - Pranayama & Subtle Bodies
Module 3 - Meditation
Unit Two - Anatomy & Physiology (30 hours)
Module 4 - Anatomy
Module 5 - Physiology
Module 6 - Biomechanics
Unit Three - Yoga Humanities (30 hours)
Module 7 - History
Module 8 - Philosophy
Module 9 - Ethics
Unit 4 - Professional Essentials (50 hours)
Module 10 - Teaching Methodology
Module 11 - Professional Development
Module 12 - Practice Teaching (10 hours)
15 Hours of Electives
Sacred Sound (Sound Healing)
Introduction to Ayurveda
You must attend all training sessions including any make-up assignments for missed classes. You are allowed to miss three sessions, unless otherwise approved.
Complete all reading and essay assignments.
Complete all journal entries.
Teach a full vinyasa flow class as part of the final exam.Attend and journal about 30 asana practices. These hours will be made up of 2 observations, 3 outside classes at a studio of your choosing, 45 classes at HPYS. You will be able to do many of these classes during your 12 training weeks.
Complete written exam.
Tuition paid in full.
Whether you plan to teach yoga or want to dive deeply into your yoga practice, this is an incredible opportunity. Are you ready to take the plunge? If so, send Jenn a Letter of Intent explaining why you want to embark on this journey and what you hope to gain from this experience. There is no right or wrong answer, this is simply a way to get to know you better.
How do you start? Pay the deposit. When you send your letter of intent include how you plan to pay your tuition. One installment or several installments. If you need more options, please ask. I want training to be accessible and available to all.
If you have any questions at all, please reach out.
-This is the start of something INCREDIBLE.-