Yoga for Every Body attempts to provide each student with a nurturing learning environment in which students can learn without judgment.
200 Hour Teacher Training Begins April 17, 2020
Yoga for Every Body recognizes that each student brings with them their own unique qualities and experiences. During training sessions each student’s contribution will be respected, valued, and shared.
During this course the students will have the opportunity to learn a number of different varieties of the poses, asana. We cover how to teach the asana, spot misalignment, and the breath work appropriate to the asana. We also teach about contraindications, anatomical benefits, and therapeutic benefits of the asana and yoga in general. You will learn how to sequence classes (and your personal practice) and practice teaching the classes. Throughout the course we will honor and explore the philosophy and history of the eight limbs of yoga.
The expectation of each student begins with their willingness to learn and as a result their yoga knowledge will be enhanced. In addition each student will be expected to attend the class sessions and participate in both written and verbal assignments. The purpose of the assignments is in part to assess how the student is assimilating the information and determine where more time and or information may be needed to ensure quality learning. If at any time during the program the student is having any issues it is hoped that they will bring them to the attention of the Workshop teacher.
200 Hour Program will be offered in monthly weekend modules that meet or exceed the new Yoga Alliance Standards.
Friday: 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Saturday: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm (1 hour lunch)
Sunday: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm (1 hour lunch)
Dates for 2020 Teacher Training
April 17 – 19, May 29 – 31, June 26 – 28, July 24 – 26, August 28 – 30, October 23 – 25, November 20 – 22, December 18 – 20
Tuition: $2600, Early Bird $2340, Payment Plan and/or Work Study Available.
A $400 deposit reserves your place and is applied to your tuition.
Teacher Training Information Sessions will follow each of the following workshops
Call Today: 865-465-7117 or 813-310-5817
Coming in 2020 – Workshops for Teachers and Those Who Practice
January 4th – Meditation for Mindfulness, 1- 4 pm, 3 CEU’s – Cancelled – Rescheduled for 3/7/20
Meditation is important to the mind and the body. It’s easy to do and yet difficult too. We will discuss and practice mediation techniques while learning about the many benefits of meditation.
February 1st – How to Create a Sensible Sequence, 1- 4 pm, 3 CEU’s
It is important to prepare the body for most yoga poses. Learn tips and ideas about the sequencing of yoga for leading class or for your own personal practice.
March 7th– Mediation for Mindfulness, 1- 4 pm, 3 CEU’s
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Wise Mountain Yoga
786 Graves Delozier Rd,
Seymour, TN 37865
Teaching mixed level class
Inversions and Twists
Yoga History and Philosophy
Jamie has a Bachelors in Liberal Studies with a concentration in Social Sciences, she is a 500-hour graduate of PranaVinyasa School of yoga and with over 2000 yoga teaching hours. She is ERYT500, (Experienced Yoga Teacher) credentialed and has taught populations that range from wheelchairs to athletes. Jamie has a specialty in the yogic approach to Stress Management and also specialty training in Pre and Post Natal Yoga. She continues to teach and study as it is not a job but a passion. Yoga permeates Jamie’s entire being. The great impact yoga has had on her life influences her to help others enjoy its benefits as well. Jamie believes that yoga can benefit everybody.
Sandy Palmer has been practicing yoga since 1994. She received her 200 hour teacher training in Satsang Yoga in 2008 and continues to explore the different paths of yoga through various trainings. Sandy is registered with Yoga Alliance and has been teaching since 2006. She now has over 1000 hours of teaching yoga making her an ERYT200 (Experienced Yoga Teacher). Sandy specializes in working with people who have medical conditions such as arthritis and fibromyalgia. She also has been trained to work with older people. Sandy is amazed at how the brain, body and spirit work together. She feels that yoga relaxes the mind while energizing and strengthening the body. Sandy’s focus is on pranayama first and alignment second. She feels that both are critical to a safe, successful practice. Of course Sandy feels that yoga can be for everyone. Sandy grew up in Washington, DC and attended George Washington University. She moved to Beaufort, S.C. and received her MEd (Masters of Education) in Early Childhood from the University of SC. She has been a preschool teacher, an adult trainer and a professor of early childhood education. Sandy lived in Florida and began her serious yoga practice at Joyful Yoga in Estero. She now lives in Seymour, TN; runs an import business with her husband; and teaches yoga on a regular basis.
Yoga for Every Body RYS
Address: 335 Ironwood Drive, Kodak, TN