200-Hour Teacher Training
In 2018 we are offering a 200 hour, Yoga alliance approved, teacher training that will encompass every aspect of learning to teach yoga. Acknowledging the importance of finding a teacher with whom one resonates, we will offer a teacher training that aligns with our values – especially excellence in teaching and in building community among practitioners. The philosophy of collective knowledge and exploration is a core value at Playoga and will inform the teacher training. Students will learn the alignment principles in their bodies and how to teach the principles using clear command language. Students will learn hands on assists, sanskrit names of the postures and diverse ways to structure a yoga class. Students will explore yogic ideas and how to integrate these ideas into their lives and teaching. Students will be asked to stretch into their own methods while maintaining the standard of teaching excellence.
May 5th – July 29th
*No Class: June 2nd-3rd, August 4th-5th
August 10th – September 30th
Friday: 5:30pm-7:30pm (time flexible depending on training participants)
Early Bird Pricing: $2900; $200 non-refundable deposit due by April 15th
*All public yoga classes with Becca and Amanda at Playoga included in cost of training during the training. Monthly payment plan available.
Contact Becca at (719) 210-5080 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Amanda Espinel has been practicing yoga since 2013 and teaching since 2014. She has completed 200 hour trainings in both vinyasa and alignment focused yoga. In addition to these initial trainings, Amanda has assisted her teacher Becca in teaching another group of students in their 200 hour training, as well as assisting her teaching at Colorado College. Amanda...
Becca Roo is the owner of the Playoga studio. The “Play” in Playoga captures Becca’s philosophy that asana is fun and that there is a dance between yoga and everyday life. Her teaching is deeply authentic and lively. Becca explores parallels between the physical body-centered experiences of practice and themes of daily existence. Teaching students...