During our last training, we had the good fortune of the help of a skilled artist, Dusan, and Joseph a yoga teacher student who volunteered to help with our anatomy lesson.
When should I register – will there be room in the training for me if I wait till the last minute?
You may fill out the online form – linked here.
Another option is to fill out our brief “contact” form here, or phone us and request an application form. Phone is area code (508) and the number is (776-1990). We’ll be glad to send you a paper application in the mail.
The Kind Yoga Teacher Training is held in Centerville (once per year – September through Jan. or Feb.): one Tuesday evening per week, and 10 Fri eve and Saturday Sunday afternoon 12:30-5:30pm modules, entire training is approx. 4 1/2 months.
All classes will be held at Centerville Yoga,
Dates for Kind Yoga Teacher Training, Next training begins September
The training starts Sept. and meets every Tuesday evening 6:40 to 9:40pm. Along with the Tuesday evenings are 10 weekend modules dates listed below, which include 10 Friday evenings: 6:00pm-9:30pm, 10 Saturday afternoons 12:30pm-5:30pm 10 Sunday afternoons 12:30pm-5:30pm all classes held at Centerville Yoga and Wellness Center, Centerville, MA
(Please note that dates and guest teachers subject to change due to availability, weather etc. Weather related closings will be posted on front page of our website www.KindYoga.com 3 hours prior to class start time.)
We start each class promptly – please arrive 5 minutes prior to class to be ready to begin on time.
Short Break on Saturdays and Sunday will be approximately 3pm-3:15 with 2 shorter breaks before and after. Feel free to bring water and snacks. Please honor guidelines at Centerville yoga and wellness – Respect space and enter studio quietly appointments may be in session.
Current Schedule below, September will be posted soon.
Friday: 6:00pm-9:30pm Saturday: 12:45pm-5:45pm Sunday 12:30pm-5:30pm
Last day of training is February – unless we have weather related cancelations.
Kind Yoga Training Manual is provided to you during first class
Please purchase the following books prior to starting class:
1. Yoga as Medicine, T. McCall, MD,
2. Yoga Anatomy, L. Kaminoff (any edition is fine)
3. Teaching Yoga, M. Stephens
4. Yoga Teachers Toolbox, LePage (purchase through http://www.iytyogatherapy.com/ approx price is $59 plus shipping.)
5. Choose: Yoga Sutras, M. Stiles or Yoga, Power, and Spirit: Patanjali by Alberto Villoldo
Diane Kovanda, M.Ed., Yoga Alliance registered professional level teacher 500-ERYT, with guest teachers. Our team of teachers includes approximately 10 – 15 highly qualified guest teachers throughout the program.
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Investment: $2900, can be paid by check or credit card ~ payment plan available which is $1450 at registration then $485 per month until paid.
You are welcome to apply at any time, however a payment of $1450 is needed to hold your space in the next training.
~ Consider this Teacher Certification as an investment in your whole health – body , mind, and soul. Follow your heart, practice what you need to learn, and truly share your passion for yoga with others. Let your work be in line with what you love.
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The word Yoga originates from the sanskrit root yuj which means Union. On the spiritual plane, it means union of the Individual Self with the Universal Self. Yoga is the union of the body, mind, emotions and intellect. Approximately 2000 years ago, Sage Patanjali penned down this subject in his treatise known as Yoga Sutras of Patanjali. Hatha Yoga is the study of the asanas or postures, breath, and meditation based on Patanjali’s Eight Limbs of Yoga.
Sage Patanjali’s exposition consists of 196 yoga sutras which cover all aspects of life. The eight aspects (astanga) of yoga are :
Yama and Niyama : depicts of moral and social conduct
Asanas : adjust the body in various postures
Pranayama : regulation of breath and energy
Pratyahara : internalization of the senses of perception
Dharana : concentration
Dhyana : meditation
Samadhi : the ultimate state of self realization.
Kind Yoga school teaches Hatha Yoga, and it is important to understand that Hatha yoga is one of the main branches of yoga.
There are many popular styles of Yoga at this time. Styles of Yoga such as Bikram Yoga, Iyengar Yoga, and Ashtanga, all stem from Hatha yoga.
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Some of the best reasons to enroll:
Increase your understanding and experience of yoga
Deepen your own practice of yoga
Achieve clarity in your life and tap into your highest potential
Learn meditation and breathing techniques
Learn the asanas and be able to modify them
for people of different abilities
Learn therapeutic applications of yoga
Develop confidence as a teacher
Learn everything you need to teach a complete basic-level yoga program
Learn the philosophy behind the practice
Meet national Yoga Alliance standards for Registered Yoga Teachers (RYT)
Experience the community of sangha – the company of yoga practitioners
Practice what you love!
“Any reason for practicing yoga is a good reason. Enhancing flexibility and releasing stress are as noble a purpose for performing yoga as the awakening of spirituality. This is the great gift of yoga – it serves and nourishes us at every level of our being and spontaneously contributes to greater well being in all domains of life. Yoga will help you discover gifts within yourself that have remained unopened since your childhood – gifts of peace, harmony, laughter, and love.” The Seven Spiritual Laws of Yoga by Drs. Deepak Chopra & David Simon
We highly recommend that you register immediately – trainings tend to fill up one month prior to start date, and space cannot be guaranteed unless your application has been processed and you have been accepted with a deposit of $1450. Enrollment is limited. Apply early to guarantee your place.
Yes. Once you have satisfied all requirements of the Kind Yoga Teacher Training, you will then be certified as a Hatha Yoga Teacher and awarded a Certificate of Completion, qualifying you as a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) at the 200 – Hour level with the National Yoga Alliance.
We do not require you to “re-up” your training with Kind Yoga once you have graduated. You do not need to pay further fees to us once you have graduated as some programs insist on. We offer continued mentoring and 500 hour training if you choose. The truth about yoga is that once you fall in love with it, you will continue to practice for the rest of your life, and we trust you to do that.