200 Hour Teacher Training

Jennifer Davis - St. Paul, MN
10 modules from March-August 2019

Learn to teach what you love!

200-hour teacher trainings take you on a journey of self-discovery and education into all things yoga. This foundational training (200–hour) program is ideal for serious students of yoga, aspiring yoga teachers, and teachers with varying levels of experience. Students with injuries and health issues are encouraged to attend. Our curriculum combines detailed alignment and intelligent sequencing with vinyasa theory, and provides you with sound knowledge and skills to teach safe and effective yoga classes. This training is recognized by Yoga Alliance and focuses in three areas of study: The Theory and Practice of Yoga, Yoga Philosophy, and The Art of Teaching. Graduates may register with Yoga Alliance at its RYT-200 level upon successful completion.

Dates

Weekend 1: March 1- 3 2019
Weekend 2: March 15-17 2019
Weekend 3: March 29-31 2019
Weekend 4: May 10-12 2019
Weekend 5: May 31-June 2 2019
Weekend 6: June 21-23 2019
Weekend 7: July 12-14 2019
Weekend 8: July 26-28 2019
Weekend 9: August 9-11 2019
Weekend 10: August 23-25 2019

TIMES
Fridays: 12 to 6pm
Saturdays: 12:30 to 7:45pm
Sundays: 11am to 3:45pm

Complete participation is strongly recommended. However, life events and circumstances sometimes take priority, and we are as flexible and reasonable as we can be with our students. Makeup options are available. Please see our Makeup Policy for more information.

In this training, you will study and deconstruct asana (yoga poses), pranayama (breath work), meditation, applied anatomy, therapeutics, yoga theory & practice, yoga history & philosophy, basic Sanskrit, ethics & boundaries, and you will master the skills required to teach. With great precision and clarity, your trainer will cover the primary tools needed to teach yoga to others. In addition to studying the fundamental yoga postures, topics will include:

  • How to improve your own yoga practice
  • How to teach a yoga pose
  • Actions and alignment
  • Purpose and use of props
  • Restorative poses
  • Observing and understanding bodies
  • The art of teaching
  • When and how to modify yoga poses
  • How or whether to touch students and when to use adjustments
  • How to effectively sequence a class
  • Introduction to meditation
  • Functional anatomy and physiology
  • Meaning behind asana systems
  • History of Yoga – major schools and movements
Pay In Full by January 15: $2,800
Pay In Full After January 15: $3,300
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Pay in 4 installments: $3,600
$900 deposit to hold your space
$900 due February 1
$900 due April 1
$900 due June 1
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St. Paul Yoga Center
1162 Selby Ave.
St. Paul, MN 55104
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  • 1 year of yoga practice recommended
  • No prior teaching experience required
  • Stiffness and injuries OK
  • Willingness to participate in a group process
  • Ability to give and receive feedback skillfully
  • Dedication, motivation and self directed studentship
This training is led by Jennifer Davis.

"I loved the experience and signed up for the 300 hour program even before I finished. Aside from just being able to focus on yoga for 8 hours a day, a week at a time, with incredible instructors, I enjoyed working with my classmates and watching us all grow as yoga practitioners and instructors.” - Jeff Swanson

“ I would highly recommend the The Mazé Method 200 hour teacher training because it’s not just about learning to teach yoga poses. It’s learning about yourself. It’s about individual growth. That’s why I chose to study with The Mazé Method. Through this training I’ve become much more observant and gained awareness and understanding of what the poses do for our bodies. I joined the program to deepen my knowledge, but it has also been about evolvement in my own being. It’s been scary, exciting, very emotional and wonderful for me.”—Laura Wang

For more information about the program or the curriculum contact Tracy:
Email: yogamaze@icloud.com
Phone: (310) 871-8808