Dates: March – May, 2021
Thursdays and Fridays: 6 pm – 8 pm
Saturdays and Sundays: 12 – 6 pm
12 Consecutive weeks starting March 4th, 2021 ending May 23th
Required Reading: There will be optional and required books during training which are at the cost of the student (we have a lending libreary you can use).Handouts provided throughout.
There will be a combination of in person small group meeting, online live meetings and recorded material.Even though we allow trainees to study at their own pace and adjust to their work or obligation’s schedule, we highly encourage trainees to follow our schedule.In the case a trainee needs to make other arrangements for meeting or study, we ask that you bring this up to the director of the training to create an individual plan to complete training.
– All classroom attendance
– All homework turned in by the end of the training
– Ability to teach a well rounded safe class by the end of the training
– Final presentation and final exam
To schedule your interview or for questions, email the the director at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Students successfully completing all of the above will receive a 200 – hour teacher training certificate compliant with Yoga Alliance regulations for accreditation.
Natalie has been a student of yoga for more than 20 years. She has studied copiously with world-renowned teachers and is a graduate of the Yoga Therapy Program at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, where she used to live. She was a successful established radio personality and producer in the Spanish media when she found herself suffering from chronic lower back pain and other conditions.
She was able to heal herself through her yoga practice, and decided to dedicate her life to helping others restore their vitality. It is important to Natalie to be inclusive and bring yoga to disenfranchised populations like inner-city children, incarcerated youth and low-income mothers. She has taught extensively in schools, shelters, hospitals, rehabilitation centers, churches, and yoga studios for many years. She has been living and practicing in Ashland, Oregon since 2008. She was the Movement Therapist with the Pain Resiliency Program in Oregon where she helps people with Chronic Pain increase their quality of life through movement therapy and mindfulness techniques. She specializes in Chronic Pain, Posture, Pelvis, Spine and Autoimmune diseases.