MAKE TIME FOR YOU!
Weekend 200 hour yoga teacher training
Fall 2019 – Silverdale, WA
Yoga Alliance accredited Ashes Yoga 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training starts September 2019 in Silverdale, WA and is led by expert teacher Ashley Hagen. This training is specifically for busy moms/people who want to improve their confidence, communication skills, self-care practices, and connection with others, all while exploring a fulfilling way earn supplemental income. This training draws from a variety of yogic influences and is designed to enhance your understanding of yoga, meditation, breath work, energy, anatomy, communication and connection.
The hardest thing about being a yoga teacher isn’t running people through poses; it’s showing up every day ready to give, setting down your personal challenges in order to assist others.
Ashes Yoga training philosophy is all about teaching real yoga to real people with real lives. In my 200-hour yoga teacher training program, you won’t necessarily be learning how to speak Sanskrit, nor will you dive super deep into the history of yoga (we’ll briefly touch on those). Rather, you will learn to practice yoga for life and how to confidently share yoga to anyone in any environment. There will be ample time dedicated to practice teaching and self-study.
What You’ll Learn:
✔︎ how to live a modern yoga lifestyle
✔︎ functional anatomy
✔︎ effective classroom communication
✔︎ proper pose demonstration
✔︎ safe and simple sequencing
✔︎ qualities of a yoga teacher
(see flyer below for more)
This training will transform you in spirit, mind and body. It will change your life, regardless if you want to formally teach.
Contact Ashley directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 218-298-1285.
Hosted by Haselwood YMCA in Silverdale, Washington
- Every other weekend starting September 7, 2019, ending January 26, 2020
- Saturdays 2-8pm and Sundays 9am-7pm
- December 28-29 is a make-up weekend
Ashley Hagen and guest teachers (TBA)
Ashley Hagen (E-RYT), started practicing yoga in 2010 to help improve her performance as a college athlete. In 2013, after experiencing the benefits of a daily yoga practice, she received her 200-hr yoga teacher certification and began teaching vinyasa yoga, the most accessible style of power yoga. Her classes are fun, yet challenging with focus on finding the yogi warrior within.
- Website: http://ashesyoga.com
- Instagram: http://instagram.com/ashesyoga
- Facebook: http://facebook.com/ashesyoga
- YouTube: http://youtube.com/ashyjonas
- $2600 regular price
- $2200 if deposit received by July 31, 2019
- $500 deposit to hold your spot
- *Tax deductible. Consult your tax advisor.
- In-person trainings and gatherings
- Yoga teacher training manual
- Certificate upon completion
- Email recaps after each weekend training
- Facebook group for connecting outside training
- Ashley’s online course library
ADDITIONAL COSTS, NOT INCLUDED WITH TUITION
- Required Books (required)
- Housing & Transportation
- Food and Snacks
- YMCA Membership for Duration of Training (optional)
- Yoga Studio Costs (optional)
- Online membership costs (optional)
HOW TO APPLY
Frequently Asked Questions
Is this a 200-hr Yoga Alliance certified training?
Yes. This training is registered with Yoga Alliance and you will receive a 200 hr yoga teacher certificate upon completion. Upon completion, will have the option to register with Yoga Alliance organization. It’s not required, but many teachers like to have RYT (Registered Yoga Teacher) after their name. Some, very few, yoga studios require teachers to be RYT. The only way to become RYT is to graduate from an accredited training and then register with Yoga Alliance. If you don’t register right away or ever, you can still teach almost anywhere and you are still a certified yoga teacher (CYT).
What are the EXACT dates and times?
An initial gathering for all trainees will be on Friday September 6 from 6:00pm to 9:00pm. This will be at a location outside of the YMCA.
Saturdays | 2:00-8:00pm | SMB room
Sundays | 9:00am-7:00pm | Upstairs meeting room and SMB room
- September 7-8
- September 21-22
- October 5-6
- October 19-20
- November 2-3
- November 16-17
- December 1 (ONLY Sunday due to Thanksgiving weekend)
- December 14-15
- December 28-29 (Make Up Weekend)
- January 11-12
- January 25-26 (Potential “Retreat”)
What if I can’t make all the times/days?
It can still work! As long as you attend the majority of hours, there will be make-up days and hours included. December 28-29 is a make-up weekend. However, I will provide at least one day a month for additional make up hours. We can also arrange to meet separately. Exact days and times TBA. (You’ll also receive recaps of each weekend via email and in online course format.)
10 hours in one day seems like a LOOONNGG time. Will there be breaks?
I get it. Sundays (the 10 hour day) will be broken up into small chunks with a lot of breaks. We will never be on a topic or discussion for more than 3 hours without a break. Lunch is at least an hour. I promise you’ll leave feeling energized and excited. If you need to arrive late or leave early, we can work something out to make up those hours.
I’m not super fit/active/in-shape/etc. Can I still attend this training?
Yes! There’s a saying that goes, “if you can breathe, you can do yoga.” You do not need to be in tip-top physical shape to attend this training. Over the course of these 5 months, you will be required to attend yoga classes, and in turn will gain strength. But think of that of a side effect, a bonus, of this completely wholistic life-changing transformation.
I’ve only been practicing yoga for [insert short amount of time]. Can I still attend this training?
Yes! If becoming a yoga teacher feels like part of your life’s journey, I say go for it. There will never be a perfect time. A 200 hour yoga teacher training certification is the initial process to becoming a yoga teacher. Whether you’ve been practicing for a month or for ten years, you’ll most likely feel like a beginner when you walk through the doors on day 1. You won’t be alone.
Is there a payment plan?
Here are your two payment options.
1) Early bird pricing ($2200) – Pay $500 deposit by August 15. Pay remaining $1700 due by September 15.
2) Payment plan ($2600) – Pay $500 deposit to hold your spot before day 1. Payment of $500 due September 15, October 15, November 15 and final payment of $600 due December 15. You are welcome and encouraged to pay more each month.
Payments accepted by cash, check, paypal, stripe, cash app, etc. Whatever is easiest for you.
How do I apply?
Ready to apply? Fill out the application questionnaire to get the process rolling.
When do you (Ashley) teach yoga classes?
Mondays at 10:00-10:45am Vinyasa Yoga
Push Your Practice Advance Pose Workshops for all skill levels
Sundays July 14, July 21, August 4, August 11, August 18
2:00-4:00pm at YMCA
$10 each lesson for members or $20 non-members
White Lotus Yoga in Poulsbo (until Aug 15)
Sundays at 10:00-11:15am
Thursdays at 7:00-8:00pm
I’m also available for one-on-one lessons or meet-ups. Call 218-298-1285
Wait! I have more questions!
Great! Send me an email, flag me down at the Y, or give me a call/text any time at 218-298-1285. I’m happy to meet up. In fact, I’d LOVE to sit down with you and talk about yoga training, regardless if this yoga teacher training is the right fit for you.
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