- We operate as part of a Yoga studio, which provides unique learning and teaching opportunities. You will observe regular yoga classes led by experienced teachers and even have the opportunity to take part in mentoring opportunities post-training.
- There is full access to the studio’s drop in classes at NO COST during the duration of the teacher training program, a value of $280 – we encourage our program trainees to focus on developing and maintaining a personal practice. Teachers are great students first!
- Our teaching faculty is experienced, skilled and passionate about teaching. Depending on scheduling availability, our faculty includes Kim Sheridan (Lead Trainer), Daniel Clement, Carol Wray, Lauren Roegele, Michael Rudd, Kerri McLeod, Karm Kaila (RMT, Anatomy), Sue MacHenry, Laura Chenier-McFadden, Tanya Armstrong (Prenatal), and Karen Wardrop (Kid’s Yoga) to name just a few.
4. We meet your all of your practical needs with our training. Centrally located in N. Delta, for many of you, there are no bridges to cross. Our training costs are kept down and we offer a payment plan. The training is part-time, so you can also work, study or fulfill family responsibilities5. The class sizes are kept small (8-16 participants).Small group sizes ensure that there are plenty of opportunities to practice your new teaching skills, including planning and presenting a full length class practicum at the end of the training.6. Several studio workshops and events are integrated into the training. Trainees this fall attend a Sound Healing class with Cindy Babyn, Improving Your Balance workshop, Designing a Home Practice workshop, 2 Advanced Practice teacher classes and the Fall Equinox Celebration! A value of $140.7. The training program syllabus is comprehensive. You will leave the training confident in your ability to offer Yoga classes that are SAFE, EFFECTIVE and FUN.8. The Lahari Teacher Training is multi-faceted. It is suitable for those that wish to teach Yoga or for those participating with a desire to further their love of Yoga. Not everyone who takes the training plans to teach Yoga to others.9. The physical components of training (asanas, or poses) are designed to meet you where you are upon entry into the program and challenging enough so that each trainee sees advances in their personal practice. There is no need to come into the program with an advanced practice, but a sincere desire to learn and practice is a must!10. Whether you are drawn to the physical practices of Yoga, meditation, pranayama (breath work), or philosophy, there is something for everyone in this program. No drop in Yoga classes can provide the depth of learning or experience as a Teacher Training Program. Most program participants leave the training describing it as transformational.
To read some of the reviews from our past trainees, visit our teacher training information page at http://lahariyoga.com/north-delta-bc-yoga-teacher-training/