200 Hour Fall Weekday Teacher Training
Begins September 30th 2014
3 Months Tuesday-Thursday 9:30 – 2:30
Perfect for moms!
October 500 Hour Teacher Training Module
October 23-26 2014
Yoga Bloom® Yoga Therapy Training is uniquely recognized with it’s modular system, custom timeframe and quality of curriculum.Yoga Bloom® curriculum covers the theoretical and practical sides of yoga in Contact and Non Contact Hours, along with practicum and assessment.
Cora will share her expertise of therapeutic applications ofYogaAsana and Pranayama,Anatomy, Physiology, Kinesiology and Bio mechanics
The goal ofYoga Bloom LAB1000 is to help you discover and develop who you are as aYoga Therapist.This tradition is an honoured and respected practice of wholeness and wellness, and you must have the fortitude and courage to delve deeply into the inner landscape along with outer alignment to develop the precision to hold body and breath stable and steadfast.
As a Yoga Therapist, it is our duty and responsibility to create a place of refuge and sanctuary that allows people the safety to discover their unique path to self healing and liberation.
Join us for four days of developing the skills and expertise to help others with this wide practice of Yoga.
YB LAB Yoga Therapy Training offers the required modules and electives that are in compliance with IAYT educational standards.
Teaching yoga is a gift and a privilege. My hope is that you will approach your time in this program with curiosity — staying open to what call you and following its lead.
May our time together be of benefit.
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