300 HR Teacher Training Program


Prerequisites: Partcipants should have already completed a 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training.

Weekend Time Commitment: Each Fall, starting in September.
Once a month on a weekend for 9 months. Friday – Sunday:

  • Friday:  4:45—9:00pm
  • Saturday:  11:00am—7:00pm
  • Sunday:  10:00am—6:00pm

After completion of the 300 Hour Simply Yoga Teacher Training, participant will be designated a 500 Hour Registered Yoga Trainer with Yoga Alliance accredidtion.
 

Looking for CE CREDITS?

Yoga Alliance CE credits available each weekend – 7 CE (YACERP). 
Participation Requirements for CE: Friday night session and Saturday from 11:00—3:00pm. (Those taking the coursework for CE cannot apply CE AND hours toward 300hr Training certificate. The full weekend would need to be taken in the future.)
Pricing for Continuing Education Credits only (7 CE per session):  $150/module

 

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    300 HOUR TEACHER TRAINING PRICING

    • $495 per Module – includes materials and 3 FREE yoga classes
    • Prepay 4 modules regular price $1980, bulk price $1880 ($100 savings)
    • Prepay 9 modules regular price $4455, bulk price $3995 ($460 savings)

    Pricing for Continuing Education Credits only (7 CE per session):  $150/module

     

    2018 Training Session Schedule


    September 14—16   

    Module 1.300: Advanced Sequencing; Creating a class beyond the basics
     

    Students will examine the traditional Vinyasa Flow Asana practice. Building from there, the traditional sequence will be redesigned to create challenging and creative flows. Participants will then demonstrate and teach their nontraditional practice.  Emphasis will be given on transitioning in and out of advanced postures or from one pose into another which is not traditionally placed in the same sequential order. Analyzing the benefits of placing poses together in a non-traditional style.  

    Instructor: Chrissy Sherry, ERYT-500    

     

    October 12—14

    Module 2.300: Personal Empowerment
     

    Students will participate in an in-depth study of the Yoga Sutras. By furthering sutra education, participants will relate and create connections to personal experience.  The result will be to strengthen personal teaching styles and further personal missions and passions.

    Instructors: Chrissy Sherry, ERYT-500 and Susan Bowen-Cressman, ERYT-200

     

    November 9—11

    Module 3.300: Advanced Anatomy & Assisting
     

    In this course, students will concentrate on advanced anatomy and learn ways to observe how different bodies react in different poses.  Participants will then learn what patterns might be apparent and how those can be aided with assists or modifications, and learn to identify the difference between a physical block an emotional block and how that relates and affects the anatomy of the yoga practice. Learn to identify and analyze postural patterns in students do the most effective physical assist can be applied.

    Instructor: Chrissy Sherry, ERYT-500 and a Jen Bazan, Physical Therapist/Owner TheraCore

     

    December 7—9

    Module 4.300: Yin Yoga; Mad Props to Restorative and Meditation for Dummies
     

    In this course, participants will dive deep into Yin \oga. Its dynamics, history, and unique physical practice will be studied. The physical practice of Yin will be explored in several classes where trainees will experience the poses. Using discussion and demonstration, trainees will receive an all-encompassing understanding of the chakra system, the anatomical areas of the body where it’s held, and the benefits of it's understanding for a yoga teacher. The art and practice of meditation will also be studied, and students will learn how to lead a 10 and 30 minute long meditation.

    Instructor: Chrissy Sherry, ERYT-500

     

    January 11—13

    Module 5.300: Teaching Beyond the Middle
     

    Students will define what “teaching to the middle” means and determine how to, in a group class setting, teach beginners, take students beyond the basics, and challenge those ready for an advanced Vinyasa Practice.  Defining a beginner yoga practice and describing/demonstrating what that looks like.   This class offers its participants and opportunity to deepen their cues and assists to enhance a student’s practice no matter their level.  

    Instructors: Chrissy Sherry, ERYT-500 and Susan Bowen-Cressman, ERYT-200

     

    February 22-24

    Module 6.300: Advanced Energy Work
     

    Using discussion and demonstration, trainees will deepen their understanding of how the following practices are conducted, both historically and today: Reiki, Acupuncture, Tai Chi, Ayurveda, Reflexology, and chakra work. Students will learn to understand how each individual practice is taught and why and study the effects of these teachings.

    Instructor: Chrissy Sherry, ERYT-500

     

    March 8—10

    Module 7.300: Yoga for Special Populations
     

    This training will focus on teaching practices that meet the needs of EVERY body. Students will learn how to flex their teaching skills and direct them to meet the needs of special populations such as senior citizens, physical or mentally challenged students, children and more.  Using observation, practice teaching, feedback, and discussion, trainees will leave this training better equipped to broaden their opportunities to teach by using the skills discussed. 

    Instructor: Chrissy Sherry, ERYT-500

     

    April 12—14

    Module 8.300: Yoga as Exercise
     

    Students learn additional yoga teaching skills needed to teach a yoga class as just exercise. Define the difference between a yoga class for exercise and the traditional moving meditation asana. Students will learn appropriate cuing and analyze verbiage best used for the needs of this style of teaching. Discuss the benefits of a physical focused yoga class for both student and teacher.

    Instructors: Chrissy Sherry, ERYT-500 and Susan Bowen-Cressman, ERYT-200

     

    May 10—12

    Module 9.300: Yoga Immersion
     

    Students will identify their strengths as a yoga instructor and learn how to make weaker points of instruction better. Participants will define their current personal teaching style, and determine how they can take their teaching and practice further. Students will discuss the importance of connecting with other teachers and students and dive deeper into the relationships that encompass the yoga world; student teacher, teacher to teacher, trainee to trainer, and all the other connections in between.  And how to become a more successful yoga instructor, student, and entrepreneur.

    Instructors: Chrissy Sherry, ERYT-500 and Susan Bowen-Cressman, ERYT-200


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    Disclaimer:  Completion of this program does not guarantee employment with Simply Yoga, LLC, Lemont, IL.