Earth Yoga NYC: 200-Hour Fall Yoga Teacher Training

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Earth Yoga NYC Fall 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training
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Fall is the perfect time to go back to school, so if you want to deepen your yoga practice or have been thinking of embarking on a career as a yoga teacher, here’s the perfect opportunity: The Earth Yoga NYC 200-Hour Fall Teacher Training. From September 14-December 15, 2013, you’ll get a true understanding of yoga, learn to love your practice, be part of a supportive community and learn how to make yoga your career. It’s time to go back to school. Get the details below.

Why you'll want to enroll in the Earth Yoga NYC teacher training now:

Go from trainee to teacher

Earth’s teacher training strives to create modern teachers through the lens of traditional disciplines. Not only will you learn to turn your love for yoga into a successful career in a competitive economy, but you'll also have a rare opportunity to develop your mind, body and spirit connection and go deeper in your practice. In just three months, you'll go from trainee to teacher.

Get a diverse yoga education

Earth’s teacher training students get to learn from program leaders Andrea Borrero and Matt Giordano, as well as a special guest faculty of some of New York’s best yoga teachers. You’ll dive deep into asana sequencing and adjustments, anatomy, the science of yoga, developing a meditation practice and understanding the Bhagavad Gita.

Designed to help you shine

Besides a thorough understanding of the physical practice of yoga, Earth’s teacher training students can look forward to videos of all lectures (in case you miss one), Matt Giordano’s signature brand of injury prevention, pain and posture management, a teaching program at a multiple sclerosis intensive care center, inside perspective from some of New York’s most popular teachers and much more. 

Want to learn more? Attend the Earth Yoga Teacher Training Info Session on Friday, September 6 at 6:30pm. Send an email here to RSVP.

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