Yoga Academy Continuing Education Programs
These are YACEP Courses: (Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Providers Course) for teachers who are required to do ongoing professional develop on order to renew their registration.
Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Requirements:
Every three years starting from your initial date of registration, all RYTs – including Experienced Registered Yoga Teachers – must complete and log a minimum of: 45 hours teaching yoga, and 30 hours of yoga related training that is directly related to one of our Educational Categories, of which: At least 10 training hours must be Contact Hours. No more than 20 training hours may be NonContact Hours.
Teaching or training hours prior to registration do not count as Continuing Education. If you earn more than the required hours in a three-year period, the extra hours may not rollover into the next three-year period.
Continuing Education hours should be spent learning something new, through research, study or experiential learning, rather than synthesizing or processing prior knowledge.
Note: these courses are open to all yoga teachers Yoga Alliance registration is not a requirement.
THE YOGA ACADEMY YACEP COURSES
Saturday March 14th 2020 8.30am – 11.30am and 12.30pm – 5.00pm
his Workshop will introduce the participants to the design and implementation of successful Workshops in yoga school settings.
A Workshop is a brief intensive educational program for a group of people. Successfully designed and run workshops facilitate knowledge acquisition, attitudinal change and skill development.
This course will take place over a twelve week period from Saturday 4 April:
Three Saturday sessions of two hours each, 10.30am – 12.30pm, 4th April, 9th May, and 6th June Twelve Wednesday sessions of one hour each 7.00pm – 8.00pm April 8th through to June 24th.
Open to both teachers and yoga students the aim of this course is to teach you about the key theories, principles, and concepts of the scripture referred to as Patanjalis Yoga Sutras and in particular for this course the focus will be on Chapter Two Sadhanapadha. so that you can learn practical ways to implement these yoga practices into your life on and off the yoga mat. It is prudent to note that from a practical point of view – and Chapter Two focuses on the practical aspects of Raja Yoga-that the reason that Yoga is often called the science of Self- ealization, is because its end result is that we realize just who we , not limiting that knowledge to our surface personality, or the ego-led persona that we project out into the world, but discovering the real person, the Self hidden deep inside, which yoga declares to be spirit itself.
Saturday April 18th 2020 9am – 1pm and 2pm – 6pm
Teaching private yoga is a completely different ball game from teaching group classes, whether you have an existing client base or you are considering the ways to create and grow a thriving teaching practice, the guidelines, strategies, and teaching methodology presented will enable you to reach, teach and keep clients.