Hatha Yoga Teacher Training Accreditation Program Module 1: Yoga Fundamentals
This module consists of 3 weekend intensives that meet for 2 hours on Friday, 5 hours on Saturday and 5 hours on Sunday for a total of 10 hours each (30 hour total). These courses will be offered during September of every year. This module is open to students of all levels, and is the first requisite module for our Hatha Yoga Teacher Training Accreditation Program. The courses within this Module are open to students of all levels. Students not desiring a Teacher Certificate, but wishing to take individual weekends in order to deepen their relationship with each subject are welcome to register.
Investment: $199 per course, or $549 for the entire Module.
MOD1FA Fundamentals: ASANA
This 10 hour Fundamental Weekend Intensive co-led by Josh Blatter and Lora Heiner, is a foundational intensive for students looking to deepen their understanding of yoga asana from the perspectives of Eastern and Western methodologies.The five categories of asana (standing poses, forward bends, backbends, twists and inversions) will be covered, while focusing on modifications for specific health conditions. Trainees will gain a strong understanding of alignment and body assessment through the poses, and learn to merge language bridging the Eastern philosophical traditions with current Western trends in anatomy and kinesiology. Supported asana using chairs, props and rope wall methodology will covered. This course is open to all levels of students and is the starting course for Inhale's Hatha Yoga Teacher Training Accreditation Program. It also serves as a bridge for yoga teachers who have trained in 200 hour YTT programs and desire depth of knowledge bridging Eastern and Western philosophies.
2018 Program Dates:TBD
MOD1FP Fundamentals: PRANAYAMA
This 10 hour Fundamental Weekend Intensive led by Certified Breath Coach Luke Wientzen and assisted by Lora Heiner, lays down the foundation to gain correct & thorough understanding of the energetic body and teaches methodology and practices to work with the breath body (Pranayama Kosha) Students will learn traditional Eastern techniques of various pranayama practices and under their relationship to pivotal Yoga Philosophy Texts (Yoga Sutras, Hatha Yoga Pradipika and the physiology of breath as described in Western Medicine will be taught. During this intensive trainees will gain tools and models to assess the energetic body, identify areas that are unbalanced and provide customized pranayama practices to balance pranayama kosha. Modern Western breathing techniques including the Wim Hof Method will be taught. This course is open to all levels of students looking to deepen their relationship with their breath, and serves as a bridge for yoga teachers who have trained in 200 hour YTT programs desiring deeper knowledge of Eastern and Western breathing methodologies. This is the 2nd course in the first Module of Inhale's Hatha Yoga Teacher Training Accreditation Program.
2018 Program Dates: TBD
MOD1FM Fundamentals: MEDITATION
This 10 hour Fundamental Weekend Intensive is co-led by Josh Blatter, Luke Wientzen and Lora Heiner and provides the foundation for understanding the different types of meditation practices (Eastern and Western methodologies) and how to teach them to groups or individual students. The nature of the mind will be explored as described in the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali and modern research on the nature of the human brain's function will be presented. Through the process of assessing and understanding various mental states, students will learn how to correctly apply meditation practices to pacify states according to the needs of themselves or their students. This course is open to all levels of students looking to deepen their relationship with meditatation and sitting practices, and seres as an bridge for yoga teachers who have trained in 200 hour YTT programs and desire deeper knowledge of Eastern and Western meditation philosophies. This is the 3rd course in the first Module of Inhale's Hatha Yoga Teacher Training Accreditation Program.
2018 Program Dates TBD