Shine Light 200hr Teacher Training Academy
Yes! You clicked to find out more! So it might seem that you are you ready to make a change or just crave more insight and knowledge about the yoga practice?
Take your practice to the next level and build your foundations as a yoga teacher with the Shine 200-hr Teacher Training Academy.
Become your most authentic, knowledgeable and most magical self and shine!
This 200-hr teacher training is designed to provide you with the knowledge, technical understanding and confidence to begin teaching yoga. The training offers an intelligent, systematic approach to vinyasa based yoga that will advance your practice and fill-in many of the gaps that regular drop-in classes create.
Starts September 4th to October 23rd - Mondays & Wednesdays
Schedule & Location
The program will be held at the Shine Om Yoga Studio.
Each day of the training is from 9:30am to 5:30pm**
This program consists of 8 weeks of training with 2 full days per week.
** Slight alteration of start / finish times may apply. Daily duration will remain consistent to cover content.
- Early Bird Tuition, £2250 (Paid before 25th July 2019)
- Standard Tuition, £2500 (Paid before 31st August 2019)
- Repayment plans available with a deposit of £500 to secure your place before 25th July 2019.
There are no refunds. All sales are final.
This program is available for students that have been consistent yoga practitioners for at least 18-months.
Training Day Structure
Each morning is dedicated to your practice.
We begin with meditation, intention and goal setting for the day, followed by a themed vinyasa practice. You’ll simultaneously deepen your practice by working on alignments of foundation postures to that of the more advanced poses, their modifications, adjustments and assists, working closely with your peers. You will learn to work with your own body as well as gaining greater understanding of varied body types and groups, to gain a more skilful, effective manner in delivering a class or working with your own body and that of others.
Each afternoon is dedicated to the study, text and theory.
We will dive deep into every aspect of teaching, from learning greater depth in anatomy, injury prevention, and intelligent sequencing for each region of the body, to using purposeful, verbal communication which is meaningful, authentic and precise.
You will also generate sequences and teach segments of classes to receive feedback and guidance.
Reading and Homework Assignments
After each weekend the student will need to gather and enhance the training received with further homework assignments and reading allocated, which will need to be completed and submitted prior to commencing the subsequent weekend module.
There is an exam for which a minimum of 80% is required in order to attain a Pass.
There is a teaching assessment process as part of the Practicum requirement of the Teacher Training.
Each person will need to perform 10 hours of community service/ teaching.
This can be done teaching a Shine Om Yoga class, seva, and more. The instructors will help you with this.
Each Teacher Trainer is required to observe and log notes, for 10 classes with a local yoga teacher, on a class observation sheet. This sheet must be signed off by the Yoga teacher and submitted on completion of the program.
Why the Shine Light Teacher Academy?
With countless options in today’s training environment, Janet’s experience working with world class instructors including Kino McGregor & Tim Fieldman, Lara Bauman, Kathryn Budig, Matt Ryan, Sarah Ramsden, Alexandria Crow and Amy Ippoliti, along with over 10 years teaching experience and advanced practice, means that she can now pass on this knowledge, which is the natural evolution of the Shine Om Ethos.
Janet offers a high standard of instruction, with a rational approach to yoga, that has a balance of organic, fluid and intuitive flow from her dance background and roots. With her recent study on yoga for athletes, she also offers a more anatomical approach with functional based movement and a biomechanical focus. Her Teacher Training course offers the perfect grounding to provide teachers with the tools they need to create classes that are colourful, engaging and technically sound in both purpose and outcome.
If you are uncertain as to which method of yoga to study, Janet can help steer you in the right direction with her knowledge and background in the practices and study of Ashtanga, Sivananda, Ayurveda, Hatha and Vinyasa.
What your will learn as we delve deep into Yoga
Yoga is more than just the poses, but for this particular limb for which most are faminilar:
In the practice of yoga, the asana’s you will learn:
· How to practice strong, vinyasa-based yoga without sacrificing detail, awareness, or safety;
· An in-depth understanding of the techniques, benefits, effects, and variations of all major pose categories;
· How to break-down, understand, and approach every pose;
· How sequencing, pace, and attention to detail effects the body and cultivates mindfulness;
· How to develop a satisfying personal practice that addresses your needs and forms the foundation of your teachings.
Philosophy and History
This is where the true essence of why we practice beyond just the poses.
· The yoga sutras and a comparative understanding of Yoga, Vedanta, and Buddhism;
· How ancient philosophical wisdom and modern contemplative practices support the path of transformation;
· How the philosophical context is inseparable from the asana practice.
Physical and Subtle Body
Now we begin to look at the body itself both in the anatomical sense and that of the subtle body as defined in the yogic texts and link these together.
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Understanding functional range of movement vs traditional yoga poses
Learning how to observe and identify body types;
The subtle body, chakras and Ayuvedic principles;
Not only do we analyse the postures, break them down individually but also piece them together and compare with various styles in which they may be taught and why.
· How to create logical, creative, effective sequences;
· How to structure the beginning, middle and end of classes;
· How to teach technically and intelligently without sacrificing flow;
· How to develop your verbal skills and speak clearly, honestly, and comfortably;
· How to use anatomical imagery to deepen your students’ experience;
· How to use your hands and your demonstrations to develop your students’ practice;
· How to work with injuries and special needs;
· How to work with beginners, modifications, contraindications, adaptations for inclusivity of all abilities.
· How to stave-off burn-out and fatigue by teaching from your personal practice.
THE SHINE LIGHT TEACHERS ACADEMY TRAINING PORTAL
The Shine Om Manual is available as part of the Online Teachers Portal - For Lifetime access as the course evolves over time!
The Training Portal access is provided upon acceptance of your application and on receipt of your deposit.
Any outstanding payments will result in Online Access being revoked.
The Shine Om Teacher Training Online Resource will be available to you during and after the course has completed, as a reference guide to your on-going Yoga practice.
· Sri Swami Satchidananda: Yoga Sutras of Patanjali
- Edward Viljoen: Bhagavad Gita For Beginners: The Song of God in Simplified Prose
· The Upanishads, Easwaran
· Original Yoga: Rediscovering the Traditional Practices of Hatha Yoga
· Mark Stephens: Teaching Yoga: Essential Foundations and Techniques
· The Heart of Yoga, Desikachar
· The Yoga Bible 1 & 2 Christina Brown
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· Sun Power Yoga Shala
· Complete Illustrated Book of Yoga by Swami
· Anodea Judith: Chakra Balancing Kit
· Stephanie Pappas: Yoga Postures Adjusting and Assisting
· Deborah Adele: Yamas & Niyamas: Exploring Yoga’s Ethical Practices
· Ray Long: Key Poses of Yoga
· Light on Yoga, Iyengar
· Guide to the Body, Biel
· Yoga Anatomy, Kaminoff
* Buddha’s Brain, Hanson
* Quantum Yoga - Lara Baumen
* Jivamukti Yoga - Sharon Gannon & David Life
About the Reading
The texts will provide you with a nice, solid yoga library divided into the classical and more contemporary resources that are good to have on hand. These books represent a broad and balanced perspective on the roots of yoga and related systems of philosophical/spiritual inquiry.
This list of books may be a little overwhelming but, as you look at the homework and list of readings, you’ll see that you are not required to read the books in their entirety. It’s more important that you, and your peers, are able to reference these readings to invoke fruitful discussions during the course of the program. It’s always helpful to read sections of these books from time to time as you grow and develop your skills as a Yoga Teacher. You can, of course, complete one or more books, if you have time during or after the program has completed.
You will be part of a highly practical, supportive and professional environment.
When you leave this training, you will be prepared to teach a foundation class.