200HR Yoga Teacher Training
What you'll be learning.
In this training, you’ll be guided through a journey of self-discovery all the while learning Yoga Philosophy, Anatomy of Yoga, Sequencing, The Art of Adjustments & Modifications, Ayurveda, & Sanskrit,
What are the prerequisites?
Students entering this program should have at least one year of asana practice.
Yes, there is an application process. This helps me to understand why you are taking this training and to ensure that this program is a good fit for you. Please complete the application and pay the $200 application/administrative fee. Please complete the application found here.
The cost of tuition is $2,900.00 + $200.00 application/administrative fee for a total of $3,100.00. Payment plans are available. There are also a book list and supply list that you will need to purchase. You will not need all your books at once so you can space them out over the course of the training.
How long is training and what are the dates?
We meet one weekend a month for nine months. September - June, no training in December. Below are the training dates for next session and a sample schedule.
SAMPLE WEEKEND SCHEDULE
3-4 pm Check in/Opening Circle
4-5:45 Practice/Start Where You Are
7:15-8pm Living Yoga
8-9pm Yoga Nidra/Closing Circle
8- 10am Anatomy
1-2pm Yoga Nidra
2:30-4pm Alignment & Adjustments
5-5:30pm Closing Circle/Chant
8-9am Subtle Body - Chakras
9-10:45am Business of Yoga
12:30-1:30pm Break/LunchHistory of Yoga
3:30-4pm Practice Teaching/Closing Circle
TRAINING DATES -
Meet The Faculty
Pamela is an experienced Yoga Teacher and Ayurvedic Yoga Specialist dedicated to enriching the lives of others through the practices of Yoga and Ayurveda. She first began her practice over 18 years ago when she was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis at the age of 25. Seeing the positive effects of her practice on her health, she attended her first training and started teaching in 2007. Pamela is a teacher of flow, incorporating the teachings of Vinyasa Krama, Ayurveda, and Pranayama. She teaches weekly classes, leads workshops and retreats, and is very happy to have SKY as her home to lead her 200 hr Pamela Higley Yoga Teacher Training Program. Her approach to teaching is joyful and light and you will most likely find yourself laughing now and again in her classes. Pamela is passionate about her work and the joy that yoga brings to her students.
M.S., LMHC, LMFT, RYT200
Trauma Aware Yoga
Elizabeth “Liz” Grasher, M.S., LMHC, LMFT, 200RYT is a yoga teacher, adjunct professor, and therapist. She first started practicing yoga over 10 years ago, which eventually lead her on the journey to become a yoga teacher. Liz believes yoga provides flexibility and strength for the mind and body. She aims to provide students a safe space to practice yoga, leaving class feeling balanced both mentally and physically. Liz is a provider for Connected Warriors Trauma Conscious yoga on Joint Base Lewis McChord.
Claudette is a self-described yoga nerd and came to Sanskrit through of her love of singing, chanting and yoga philosophy. Her formal study began in 2010 with the American Sanskrit Institute's Weekend Immersion, which lit the flame for her independent study using ASI's Sanskrit by CD program, and attending workshops led by ASI-trained teachers. She now studies with Zoe Mai, and completed the ASI Apprenticeship Program with her in October 2014. Claudette enjoys chanting and studying classic texts, like the Bhagavad Gita and the Yoga Sutras of Patañjali, and the grammar and philosophy found within. She shares the beauty of Sanskrit in her weekly classes, in workshops and yoga teacher trainings around the Pacific Northwest and in Canada.