"Yoga is not paint by numbers
Yoga is a palette of colors
to use as you wish
Paint your own picture
Which will never be done"
-dh and ch
Embarking on a teacher training journey is an exciting opportunity to deepen
your practice, create new friendships, hold space as a leader, and nourish your own personal
The skills and knowledge imparted through this training are designed to provide you with a strong
foundation in the craft of practicing and teaching yoga. However, as Rumi says, “There are a
thousand ways to kneel and kiss the ground.” Similarly, there are a thousand ways to become a
What to expect
The ancient history and philosophy of yoga.
The proper way to sequence and perform the poses.
Developing your daily practice so you can practice alone (very important).
Meditation and breathing techniques (pranayama).
Learning about Ayurveda, the sister science to Yoga
An introduction to Sound Healing
What we teach and How We Teach Teachers at Hello Yoga
This training is part of the Krishnamacharya lineage and inspired by the influence of the Iyengar and Ashtanga.
You will learn, the tools to sequence and teach an all levels hatha and flow (vinyasa class) safely and clearly.
We use Tadasana as a blueprint for every pose.
This methodology provides a simple, yet powerful structure that helps students move beyond simply cueing the position of the pose (what it looks like), and begin to cue the more subtle and energizing actions that are essential to alignment.
Rather than assert a "right" way to teach yoga, this training provides a series of practical tools that can be used in different ways to support creating an intentional class experience. We take a "what do you gain, what do you lose?" viewpoint, which empowers trainees to use their skills mindfully to create a class experience. This method also leaves a lot of room for you - as the trainee of Hello Yoga - to imprint your unique style and preferences into your classes.
For example, rather than dictate, "Always cue the breath!", we instead look at both the benefits and challenges of cueing the breath in class.
This approach permits room for teachers to craft a class with more breath instruction (flow or vinyasa style) or less/no breath calling (alignment-focused style), depending on the class experience they wish to create.