September 2019—March 2020 at Prana Yoga Center
Prairie Yoga offers one of the top yoga teacher training courses in the Midwest, known for its emphasis on alignment and anatomy and for developing highly-skilled yoga teachers. Prana Yoga Center is in partnership with Prairie Yoga Institute to offer this foundational teacher training.
The 250 Hour Yoga + Ayurveda Teacher Training will deepen your own personal practice and prepare you to intelligently teach beginning and intermediate yoga classes from your own heart-felt path. The training is designed for those who want to become yoga teachers as well as for those who want to deepen their own personal practice and immerse themselves in the study of all aspects of yoga. One year of consistent yoga practice is required to enroll. Your commitment to learning and dedication to your own personal transformation is key to enjoying the benefits of this training.
Established in 2006, Prairie Yoga’s registered Yoga Alliance school has certified over 600 yoga teachers in the Midwest. When you enroll in a Prairie Yoga teacher training program, you are poised to become one of the best instructors in your area. Employers know this. They seek graduates because of the program’s high standards and deep curriculum. When Prairie’s graduate yoga instructors put into practice what they have learned, they express a 5-star satisfaction rate with the yoga teacher training. Learn why you should choose Prairie.
Overview of the Program
In this specialized program, in addition to the tools and techniques from all eight limbs of yoga, you will learn the basic principles and psychology of Ayurveda and how to apply those concepts to your yoga mat practice and your daily life.
The Eight Limbs of Yoga
- Yama (social ethics to live in harmony with others)
- Niyama (personal ethics to live a balanced life)
- Asana (postures to build strength and flexibility so energy can flow freely)
- Pranayama (breath control to increase your vital energy)
- Pratyahara (internalizing the senses to reduce external stimulation)
- Dharana (developing concentration and focus)
- Dhyana (sustaining our focus to enter into meditation)
- Samadhi (Oneness)
Ayurveda (Science of Life)
Yoga and Ayurveda are complementary practices that offer a body of wisdom designed to help people achieve vibrant health and to realize their full human potential.
Additional Program Details
Book requirements, additional required workshops, and additional certification requirements can be found on the program flyer and application form.
SEPTEMBER 2019 – MARCH 2020
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Payment plans are available. For details call 630-262-9642 or email us