Take it to a higher level
Ancient wisdom-Modern application
5 Points Yoga is ecstatic to share the re-launch of our 300 hour Advanced Yoga Studies.
Spread over 18 months, our workshops are applicable to Yoga Teachers, Students, Counselors, and Yoga Practitioners.
Beginning in January 2019. Stay tuned for more details so you can mark your calendars and save the dates!
Our experienced teachers bring a deep, holistic, and specialized approach to yoga.
Announcing our incredible list of people who will share what they know:
Shannon Ball Creative & Mindful Sequencing
Gota Cerebro Pranayama & Kriyas; Creating Sadhana (personal practice)
Julia Corley Loving Presence
Anne Ethier The Art of Touch;
Elise Faust Seasonal Ayruveda
Sarah Katie Gillespie Hands on Assists
Rachel Greb Kid’s Yoga
Cathy Jackson Medtiation; Yamas & Niyamas (live your yoga)
Chet Thomas Iyengar’s wisdom of using props
Leah McKellop Anatomy of Fascia
Suzanne McLean Chanting/Mantra
Patty Pinckney The Art of Happiness & Mindfulness; Marketing your Passion
Manjula Spears Making Yoga Accessible
SJ Ursrey Poetic Language & Cueing
Jason Wurnig The Practice of Stillness –Yin Yoga
Don Miguel Ruiz & Don Jose Ruiz (Authors: The Four Agreements & The Fifth Agreement) Guest Instructors September 28-30, 2019
How is the 300 hour structured?
Beginning in January and spread over the next 18 months, you will attend:
15 weekends at 9 hours each (one weekend/month)
9 weekends at 15 hours each (approximately one weekend every other month)
In general, the weekends will be arranged on a Friday evening, Saturday &/or Sunday, so will fit right in for most people’s regular work schedule.
What if I do not complete the weekends in 18 months?
In order to gain 300 hour yoga alliance approved Certification, you must attend all the required hours within 5 years, so if you miss a weekend here or there, you can make it up the next time it is offered beyond the 18 months, and you will still obtain the certification you seek.
**You will also need to submit documentation of teaching 100 hours and your current CPR certification
We will be keeping track of your hours, but we highly recommend that you keep track of them as well.