Refinement: Preparing to Teach with Tin Ming (Part 2)
Refinement: Preparing to Teach 200-Hour Yoga Alliance Certified Teacher Training is offered in two 100-hour modules. It is intended for advanced students who wish to deepen their practice and for aspiring teachers who are looking for a course that provides the tools with which to teach intelligently and confidently. This programme will certify students to teach alignment-focused and philosophically-inspired Hatha and Vinyasa classes – which includes the principles of Hatha, Vinyasa, Restorative Yoga, as well as the therapeutic benefits of yoga asana and pranayama.
This training is intended for anyone who is ready to move deeper into the practice of yoga as well as anyone interested in learning how to teach yoga. By substantiating critical skills and knowledge to specific postures, the course materials inspire yoga teachers to find their own voice for giving clearer and more effective verbal instructions. Topics include the history of yoga, yoga philosophy and lifestyle, teaching methodology, sequencing, anatomy and meditation. The course materials also provide knowledge in using props for designing one-on-one private sessions.
Students who attend 100% of both Modules I & II will receive a 200-hr Yoga Teacher Training certificate and will qualify to register with the Yoga Alliance as a 200-hr RYT.
For full details, please visit http://hk.pure-yoga.com/en/hongkong/teachertraining/preparingtoteach/index.php
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• Full payment must be made upon registration
• To register, please see any Pure Yoga reception
• No refunds for cancellation starting from 1 October 2019
• All refunds are subject to a 10% processing fee that will be deducted from your refund.
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For enquiries, please email teachertraining.pure-yoga.cn
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