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200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training

at Honor Yoga Hamilton

Starts 1/11/2020
Ends 6/21/2020

Saturday and Sundays: 12:00 – 7:00 pm (2 weekends per month)

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Students come to Honor Yoga’s Teacher Training for different reasons but they all leave with a deeper understanding of yoga and a discovery of their own inner teacher. It is a  life enhancing and transformative experience.

Honor Yoga brings together a diverse group of teachers, each with a distinct yoga style and specialty. We divided the curriculum into a series of modules, which allows for focused hours spent on each topic and offers the trainee a flexible program. The teacher training environment is welcoming to all who want to explore their yoga practice more deeply, as well as those who are already on the path to becoming a yoga teacher.

The training is modular, and trainees can take up to two years to complete the training. Missed modules can be taken at other studios. Honor Yoga Hamilton is a Yoga Alliance Approved School & Curriculum.

  • Asana Labs: Alignment and Modifications of yoga postures
  • Anatomy: Foundations and Principles
  • Energetic Anatomy: Chakras & Nadis
  • Yoga Philosophy and History
  • Sanskrit
  • Pranayama and Meditation
  • Cultivating Your Authentic Voice
  • Intelligent Sequencing
  • The Art of Adjusting
  • 6 Months of Unlimited Yoga Classes Included

Program Information

Tuition: $3,300
Nonrefundable Deposit Guaranteed Space: $575
Limited Spaces Available
Payment plans Available
Includes:
200 Hour Course Curriculum
Honor Yoga Teacher Training Manual
Honor Yoga Tote Bag
6 Months of Complimentary Membership

Have Questions? Join us for an upcoming Information Sessions: 

6/1/2019 12:30-1:30 w/ Rachel
9/7/2019 11:15-12:15 w/ John
11/10/2019 12:00-1:00 w/ John

In this FREE informational session, you will be provided with a thorough look into the 200-hour teacher training program. Most frequently asked questions as well as what to expect will be covered. This session is free and there is no cost or obligation to join. If you have every thought about diving deeper into your practice this is your opportunity to explore with us and find out more.

Meet John Scott:

John​ Scott​ is a​n experienced​ 200-​h​our Yoga Alliance-registered teacher.  He is a proud graduate of​​ The Prancing Peacock Yoga Studio.  Since graduating, he has continued his education and deepened his own practice by attending classes, workshops​, trainings​ and festivals. ​On any given week​,​ you can find John teaching most common styles of yoga, including meditation and sharing Reiki energy, in ​the same ​classrooms ​where​ he is ​also an avid practitioner​.

John likes to focus on clear and concise instruction through a fluidly logical sequence of asanas.   He believes our mats are places where we unify the body, breath, mind and spirit, and share in an ancient dance that knows no end to its song.  ​​He is honored and excited to mindfully share his knowledge, insight and enthusiasm for yoga with the Winter-Spring 2018 YTT class at Honor Yoga Hamilton.

Meet Rachel Herring:

Rachel spent her childhood developing a love of Gymnastics and was involved at the competitive level throughout her adolescence. It wasn’t until 1999, when she took her first yoga class, that she was able to pair her previous passion with a spiritual practice. As her practice developed, she felt relief from anxiety and depression and knew she had to learn more about the benefits of yoga.

She joined the Honor Yoga team as a studio assistant and jumped at the chance to be part of the first Honor Yoga Teacher Training Class in 2014. Upon completing the 200 hour RYT training, she has been teaching classes which include a balance of strength building and alignment based asana, a range of pranayama, and a Forrest influenced emphasis on core work. Rachel continues to keep her knowledge of yoga current by partaking in a variety of workshops. She has completed Yoga4Sobriety certification and will complete her 500 hour RYT in April. Rachel has a strong belief that yoga can be made accessible to all people at their current physical and emotional levels with the goal for personal growth from both student and teacher.

For Questions on Teacher Training at Hamilton, Please Send Us a Note: