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200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training

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September 2019 – February 2020

Saturdays & Sundays, 12-7pm , 2 Weekends per Month

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 Washington 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

Honor Yoga Washington Fall 2019 Teacher Training Info Session – To Be Announced Soon!

Join us for a journey into discovering the elements of teacher training.

In this 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. We welcome you with support and abundance. Pre-registration is highly encouraged.

Program Information

Tuition: 3300
Nonrefundable Deposit Guaranteed Space: 575
Limited Spaces Available

200 Hour Course Curriculum
Honor Yoga Teacher Training Manual
Honor Yoga Tote Bag
6 Months of Complimentary Membership

Saturdays and Sundays, two weekends per month, 12-7pm

Meet Your Asana Leads

Betsy Savoia

This yoga journey started for me like it has for many…just looking to move, the asana part. However, that quickly changed as I practiced more frequently. At one point I was overwhelmed by a feeling to deepen my practice by taking a teacher training, not even sure at that time that I want to teach. That decision was transformational. Continuing to yearn for knowledge, more trainings have led me to become a RYT 500 with specialty certifications; restorative yoga, trauma-informed yoga, yoga for anxiety, aerial yoga, yin yoga, and mindfulness. Being the perpetual student allows me to offer more to students. I enjoy teaching all students regardless of ability or reason for being in the class. I have had the opportunity to teach diverse populations such as trauma survivors, foster youth, at-risk juveniles and adults, as well as high school sports teams, corporate wellness programs, and in traditional yoga studios. One of the most memorable moments was when a foster youth in my Bliss Yoga program stated “ I have never felt this way before, peaceful”…now that is yoga working its magic.

I look forward to serving as a guide on your yoga journey, whatever that may look like. Hope to see everyone on the mat or flying! Peace


Gina Cerbone

Gina Cerbone, 200 RYT, began her yogic journey in 2010 as she developed a strong connection to her Vinyasa practice which led her to complete a teacher training program with Delia Quigley and Denise Kay in July 2013.

For Gina, the Vinyasa quality of “moving meditation,” coupled with her daily seated meditation, allows her to center herself when her world feels out of balance and lacking in stillness. Gina feels that Yoga has opened her eyes to see the person within, who she really is. Her practice helped her to find herself at a time when she felt lost. Gina believes that human nature is an important aspect of teaching yoga and a path to gain insight into others as well as one’s self by giving and receiving (sharing) the gift of yoga. In addition to yoga, Gina has an extensive interest in things that make the world culturally diverse and intrinsically reachable for the individual. She has a big love for the arts; dancing, photography and painting; often examining the deeper meaning behind brush strokes, the artist and the culture or history that arose from a certain piece.

Gina has studied with a couple of our great teachers: Doug Swensen and Kino MacGregor. In the future she plans to advance her practice and delve deeper into the eight limbs of yoga. Gina holds her BA in Fine Arts, from Saint Joseph’s University and she has recently completed her Masters in Applied Clinical Nutrition (Cum Laude) at New York Chiropractic College.

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