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Hatha Yoga Teacher Training and Personal Growth Intensive

Nov 02, 2015 01:30PM

The Yoga Connection, the only nonprofit yoga studio in Tucson, will offer its Hatha Yoga Teacher Training and Personal Growth Intensive from December 1 through February 12. The course provides extensive hands-on training and the necessary tools and techniques to teach a wide variety of students.

“Make the rewarding transition from student to teacher,” says Joanna Smith, studio assistant at The Yoga Connection. “Our supportive program includes qualified and experienced instructors and mentors, small groups, peer teaching, extensive training manuals, a retreat and access to additional materials and tools via the teacher training website.”

The curriculum emphasizes: alignment and safety in asana, methods for sequencing asanas and class planning, adapting the asanas to the individual, yoga for people with special needs, the yoga sutras, the eight limbs of yoga, subtle anatomy, pranayama, meditation theory and practice, stress management and communication skills for yoga instructors.

The Yoga Connection, training teachers in Tucson since 1992, is dedicated to serving all those who seek to learn hatha yoga, meditation and the kriya yoga teachings. Its more than 300 graduates are teaching in schools, health clubs, prisons, nursing homes, gyms, resorts, retirement communities and more.

Location: 3929 E. Pima, Tucson. For more information, call 520-323-1222, email [email protected] or visit See ad, page 36.

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