Are you passionate about Yoga?
Ready to deepen your practice?
Interested in studying with dynamic teachers?
This Intensive training will provide
all of that and more!
Next 10 Month Training starts in September 2017. See dates below.
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This program is registered with the Yoga Alliance as a 200 Hour Teacher Training Certification Program (RYT-200).
Learn the key concepts of teaching such as:
- Class design, sequencing, pacing, use of voice and hands for hands on adjustments. Creating creative, precise, clear formats that are comprehensive and interesting
- Exploring the concepts of the psychology and philosophy of Yoga, including Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, texts of Hatha Yoga, and the Five Kosha Model
- Using tools to teach exceptional classes by developing themes that involve your students at every level of their being
- A whole person approach to yoga
- Develop skills that allow you to teach classes with a focus on health and healing
- Learn the elements of yoga including asanas, pranayama, body awareness, guided imagery, meditation and deep relaxation
- This training is available to anyone with a practice of one or more years
On completion of this training you have the minimum standards for yoga teachers. You receive a certificate of completion and an application for the National Registry of Yoga Teachers through Yoga Alliance.
Integrative Yoga Teacher Training was founded by Joseph Le Page. Its intent is to train teachers to have a whole person approach to yoga. Students learn to teach classes that involve every level of Being. There is an emphasis on the structure of the Five Koshas: the benefits of Yoga for the physical body, with in-depth study of the Yoga Asanas (postures), as well as learning about the energetic, mental, emotional and spiritual levels. Integrative Yoga Teacher Training graduates teach Yoga-based wellness programs in a wide variety of settings, including studios, hospitals, businesses, schools, clinics and complimentary health care settings.
The next Certified Integrative Yoga Teacher Training starts September, 2017.
At P.O.S.T. Wellness by Design, 224A Weller St. Petaluma CA. 94952
200 hours of non-residential training; one weekend a month for 10 months
One weekend a month
Friday evenings 7:00—10:00pm
Total cost: 10-month program is $3,195
Package 1: $450 deposit paid by June 15th, 2017. $2,745 balance paid in full by Sept.1st, 2017.
Package 2: deposit of $450 due by June 15th , 2017, plus 3 payments of $995 each paid by 1st of Sept.2017, Dec. 2017 and March 2018.
Register early: class size is limited!
$99.95 for the 500 page in-depth teaching manual and posture cards. These will provide lifelong resources for yoga and mind-body health issues, supporting every aspect of teaching and practice.
Partial scholarships are available for those with financial need
Contact Jean at 707-481-4122 or e-mail email@example.com for more information
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We look forward to having you in the training!
Jean Grant-Sutton, Director
Jean has the dream to support the vision of Integrative Yoga by making it accessible to all, especially those who can’t take large amounts of time away from family or work to do the two-week intensive programs. She aims to create a non-judgmental, non-competitive learning environment where the student feels free to explore all the aspects of yoga. Her format is set-up for the students to have a lot of direct experience, practice, discussion, instruction and healing. Her intention is to give the student the ability to facilitate classes of their own with confidence and enthusiasm for this ancient art of self awareness. Jean has completed the Integrative Yoga 1000-hour Advanced Professional Yoga Therapy (certification) Program. Her main teachers include Kate Pelly (Iyengar), Ian Rawlinson (Desikachar-ViniYoga) and Joseph LePage (Integrative). She has also been influenced by classes with Scott Blossom, Richard Miller, Anodea Judith, and Judith Lasater. She is a Certified Massage Therapist and Nutrition Consultant and studied Health Education at San Francisco State University. Jean was the Founder and Director of BodyWorks-Integrative Yoga and Stress Management Center. She has been practicing and studying Yoga since 1980 and teaching since 1994. Jean’s teaching encompasses her extensive experience as a bodyworker (Certified Massage Therapist), and her passion for yoga. She is currently Program Coordinator and teacher at P.O.S.T. Wellness by Design in Petaluma.
Anne O’Brien is passionate about the practice of yoga to enhance lives. Anne has practiced yoga for over 20 years and has trained hundreds of teachers. She is a Registered Yoga Teacher at the Advanced level with the Yoga Alliance offering multi-level group classes, private lessons, therapeutic work, intensives, workshops, retreats, and yoga teacher training courses. Her instruction offers a blend of precise technique, creative innovation and a dose of humor. Classes are a rich, physically challenging experience that emphasize alignment, cultivate a focus on the breath and conscious awareness, encourage individual modifications, and offer nuggets of yoga philosophy. The practice encourages a full being spiritually uplifting experience.
Dr. Baxter Bell
Dr. Bell is a graduate of Piedmont Yoga Studio’s 18-month Advanced Studies Program, under the directorship of Rodney Yee, with whom Baxter has also assisted in workshops around the country. Baxter’s other influences include Patricia Walden and Erich Schiffman. He is a contributing writer to Yoga Journal Magazine and The International Journal of Yoga Therapy. Baxter is also involved in the integration of therapeutic applications of Yoga with Western Medicine. He combines Hatha Yoga Asanas and Pranayama to his care with patients in his Medical Acupuncture practice
Anodea Judith is an international workshop leader, yoga teacher, therapist, filmmaker and author of many books on the chakras. She’s considered one of the country’s foremost experts on the combination of chakras and therapeutic issues and on the interpretation of the chakra system for the Western lifestyle. Anodea’s background includes a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Rosebridge School of Integrative Therapy, a doctorate in Health and Human Services, (focused on mind-body health) from Columbia Pacific University, with additional doctoral work in Systems Theory at Saybrook University.
Mitchell Kauk, PT, OCS
Mitchell Kauk, PT, OCS is the director of P.O.S.T.-Wellness by Design. Mitchell has been a practicing physical therapist for more than 30 years, treating orthopaedic & sports injuries primarily. He emphasizes manual therapy and a holistic approach which individualizes treatment for each patient and incorporates acupuncture, biofeedback, chiropractic, feldenkrais, massage, and pilates as needed. Mitchell opened Petaluma Orthopaedic & Sports Therapy in 1989 and has treated over 10,000 patients and clients from the greater Petaluma area. He was the first physical therapist in Sonoma County to be board certified as an Orthopaedic Specialist (OCS). In addition, he is a Registered Yoga Instructor (RYT) and incorporates yoga principles in a patient’s treatment plan when appropriate.
Rhonda Gerhard is a Certified Integrative Yoga Therapy Teacher and a Psychotherapist since 1992. She joyfully brings the integration of mind, body and spirit to her work with others. For more information go to www.rhondagerhard.com.