Noah Mazé and Peach Friedman invite you to join for an in depth journey to unlock and unleash your yoga teaching potential, as you access our highest caliber of yoga education.
Although this program commenced at the end of 2018, you can still easily join us and catch up! Some of our modules, including upcoming MODULE 2 (Anatomy) in January, can stand alone. If you wish to join for Module 2 only, email us at email@example.com and we will happily register you in that module.
As a yoga school, we stand apart. We do not produce cookie-cutter yoga instructors. We challenge and educate you to better know yourself as a teacher and grow your capacity from your ability to make sound decisions based on your needs, as well as the needs of your students. This training will challenge you to investigate the why of how you teach, and ask questions that may not have occurred to you to consider, so that you can ultimately deliver your own lessons and curriculum with clarity and confidence. Geared toward existing yoga teachers who are ready to increase efficacy and potency, we provide you with tools that dramatically improve your knowledge, clarity, and focus. Expect to enhance your existing skills, and put them to more productive use; as well as dive into new territory. We have designed curriculum that yields graduates who are able to deepen their current repertoire, and expand on it. Our aim is to see your strengths, meet you where you are, and support your unique direction and growth.
Our school’s community is comprised of a global “family” of teachers who support and learn from each other. Beyond the unparalleled professional and personal growth, our students report long-term relationships with colleagues in all corners of the world. We limit enrollment and screen applications. Expect to receive customized attention, suited for your individual needs.
This training is a serious investment in the quality of your education. This holds us to the highest standard as yoga educators. We value our relationships with our students, and strive to provide a growth experience that can’t be replicated. We are confident that if you join us for yoga school, you’ll agree.
DatesModule 1: November 5- 9 2018
Module 2: January 14-18 2019
Module 3: March 11-15 2019
Module 4: May 20-24 2019
Module 5: July 15-19 2019
Module 6: September 9-13 2019
This training consists of 6 five-day modules. In between onsite weeks we utilize online classrooms to apply and integrate learning. If you have date conflicts, you may miss a module and make it up in another program for a minimal make up fee. Once the program is underway, you may still join us, provided you are in touch with our office to determine a catch up/bridging plan. We will accommodate make up modules for up to one year after the training ends. Expect daily hours to be similar to 9:00am-6:00pm; however the exact schedule will be flexible and specific hours will be tailored to the teacher’s assessment of group needs, and announced via email to our students prior to each respective module.
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.
Core areas of study:
- Teaching alignment
- Anatomy & kinesiology
- Vinyasa flow
- Sequencing strategies
- Therapeutics & adjustments
- Yoga philosophy
- Yoga and Body Image
- Psychology of teaching
- Yoga ethics
- Leadership & facilitation skills
- Communication & group dynamics
- Pranayama, mantra & meditation
- The business of yoga
As a graduate of this program, you will:
- Receive individual teaching guidance
- Expand your knowledge of alignment
- Expand your personal asana knowledge
- Be dexterous with yoga sequencing
- Be an effective class planner
- Master fundamental teaching skills
- Be a more confident teacher
- Understand your individual strengths
- Key into your leadership abilities
- Work with different areas for improvement
- Overcome and move past challenges
- Plan next steps in your yoga career
- Navigate success without compromising integrity
- Possess community building skills
- Possess conflict resolution skills
- Be an effective communicator
Our sample 300 hour schedule and syllabus is drawn directly from a recent 300 hour training. This syllabus is meant to give you a reliable sense of the range of topics that are covered, but it is unlikely to reflect the exact schedule or curriculum of our training. Our curriculum is dynamic and ever evolving, so it will undoubtedly be adjusted and tailored to meet group needs. Accordingly, we are likely to spend more time on certain skills and focus areas, while quickly touching upon others based upon teacher experience, facilitation and observation.
- 200 RYT (minimum) with Noah OR
- 200 RYT through a comparable school OR
- 200 RYT through a bridging program
- Willingness to participate in a group process
- Ablility to give and receive feedback skillfully
- Dedication, motivation and self directed studentship
“I would wholeheartedly recommend this training. A lot of 300 hour trainings will teach you aspects of yoga. The The Mazé Method training is singularly focused on teaching you how to teach those aspects, and that’s a critical distinction. You get the content, but more than that you get the skills to deliver that content to your students.” –Taylor Trussell
“This is the hardest and the most rewarding training I’ve ever done. I really loved it. I love the non-dogmatic approach and the openness to other points of view. The content is solid. The instructors are all knowledgeable. I felt inspired and supported. Noah is a bad-ass teacher and amazing human being. I loved everyone on this team – thank you all!” –Aria Morga