Events

Sacred Art Yoga Immersion and Teacher Training

Coming Spring 2020, OMY is hosting Sacred Art Yoga’s Immersion and Teacher Training led by Becky Jordan.  Qualified and insightful, Becky has over 22 years’ experience as a yoga teacher and has been training yoga teachers since the late 90s when she was managing The Yoga Institute in Houston.

The Immersion will be held first and is open to anyone who wants to deepen their practice, as well as teacher trainees. In the Immersion, students will deepen their understanding and practice of asana, meditation, and pranayama, and will learn about yoga anatomy, therapeutic application of asana, the basics of Ayurveda, yoga history and philosophy, chakras, koshas, and the kleshas.

The Teacher Training will follow the Immersion and will focus on the skills necessary to become a yoga teacher, such as how to: articulate instruction, effectively sequence a yoga class for all levels and ages of student, skillfully observe and safely adjust students, effectively demonstrate a pose, teach off the mat, and teach the student, not the pose. Teacher Trainees must attend both the Immersion and Teacher Training. Graduates of the Yoga Teacher Training will be able to register through the Yoga Alliance at the 200 level.

More information, including pricing and registration instructions can be found at https://www.heartoftexasyoga.com/sacred-art-yoga-tt-springsummer-2020.

 

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Please register at least 72 hours prior to the event. Registrations occurring after that time may be accommodated if space allows.

CANCELLATIONS: If you cannot attend an event for which you previously registered, please let the studio know as soon as possible. If you cancel your registration at least 72 hours in advance of the start of the event, the studio will refund your registration fees.  The studio may not refund fees for cancellations that occur within 72 hours of the event. If the studio for any reason must cancel an event, all registration fees will be refunded.

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