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 Yoga Alliance Recognized Hatha-Vinyasa Teacher Training & Personal Development Program


200hr Registered Yoga Alliance Vinyasa Teacher Training Program
Next course starts September 2017!


To apply for teacher training please email studio owner/director Katie McClelland at katiesolyoga@gmail.com to schedule a meeting or to speak over the phone.

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UPCOMING WEEKEND COURSES ARE LISTED BELOW: 


September - February 2017 / 2018

Sept 15,16,17
Sept 30, Oct 1
Oct 21,22
Nov 4,5
Nov 18,19
Dec 2,3
Dec 9,10
Jan 6,7
Jan 20,21
Feb 3,4
Feb 24,25

Training is held at The Spice Factory in Hamilton. Saturdays and Sundays from 11:30am - 8pm. We meet on the Friday evening of the first weekend as an 'orientation night' from 6 - 9pm


Deepen your personal practice, find clarity and purpose and discover the passionate yoga teacher that lies within!
This in-depth 200 hour program provides a comprehensive approach to yoga asana, philosophy, anatomy, ayurveda, meditation and pranayama. Hands-on assists and teaching methodology are covered with an emphasis on linking movement with breath (vinyasa). Karma yoga (volunteer work), group dynamics and self reflection are also strong components of the training experience.Our program stands apart because we encourage the trainee to develop their own unique style of teaching yoga. Creativity and individuality are nurtured and  celebrated! The De La Sol teacher training program features some of the most experienced, knowledgeable, dynamic and fun-loving faculty in Canada. Truly, a dream team of brilliant minds, open hearts and years of practical experience. The ten faculty members come from different yoga traditions and backgrounds to make for a diverse and inclusive experience to learning and exploring this 5000 year old tradition!
 
Program Prerequisite: One year minimum of consistent practice is recommended, although becoming a great yoga teacher has very little to do with perfect poses! What is necessary is a dedication to your practice and a commitment of attending at least two classes a week at the studio (or at your home studio) during the training.