Professional Training for Yoga Teachers




The Pranakriya School of Yoga Healing Arts is offering a 200-hour teacher training course beginning September 21 at Yoga at Simply Well. This is one of the most solidly grounded, transformational and logically structured yoga teacher trainings in the country. Owner Michele Landis says, “It’s good to have access to professional yoga teacher training without having to travel. The schedule is compatible with anyone who works.” Students become certified as a yoga teacher and enjoy the company of like-minded individuals.

The program is steeped in the tantric hatha yoga philosophy, threading together asana, anatomy, pranayama, meditation, philosophy, relaxation, observation and hands-on assisting, as well as reading and working with groups and individuals.

The training is taught in nine intensive weekends and class size is limited to 20 students. This format gives students time to integrate the material, complete homework and prepare for assigned practice-teaching sessions.

Location: 28 S. Pitt St. Carlisle. For more information and registration, call 717-968-0167, email Info@YogaAtSimplyWell.com or visit YogaAtSimplyWell.com/hour.

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