Emmaus Yoga
Yoga Alliance 200 hour Teacher Training

We are excited to introduce a new format for our 200 hour training!

This year our very own Emmaus Yoga instructors will join us to teach their very own specialties! The schedule allows participants to complete some of the required hours as it fits their schedule and gives ample time to complete homework and to integrate what is presented each weekend to build a firm foundation for understanding, experience and transformation. Scroll down for dates, more info and to download an application.

Our training staff includes:

Ashtanga: theory, philosophy, technique including bandhas, drishti, ujjayi and modifications for beginners.

Vinyasa: Expressing yourself through your chosen pose sequence and Techniques of the Vinyasa practice

Fascial and Observational Anatomy Weekend: Bringing your practice to life as you connect the dots of felt sense and experience wholeness in their practice.

Yin Yoga: Finding stillness within and learning to let go of what is holding you back through longer holds and visualization

Raja Yoga: Philosophy, chanting and the classical system of the Raja practice

Ann Friedenheim

LifeForce Yoga: Ethics training and the healing ability of a mindful yoga practice

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Megan Durham

Sound healing: Using sound to find the voice of your true Self

Buddhist Studies: Applying the tenets of Buddhist philosophy to yoga and life

Stacy discovered yoga in 2009, while taking dance classes at a small studio and found that yoga was a natural progression from her love of dance. In 2014 she began a regular practice and within about one year, began researching teacher trainings, to deepen her practice and share the benefits of yoga with others. She chose to pursue her 200 hour certification with Erica McHugh at Emmaus Yoga. Also a dance fitness instructor, freelance writer, and writing tutor—Stacy brings a background of both group instruction and one-on-one teaching experience to her classes. Her teaching style is a union of her passion for words and her love of the discipline, rhythm and meditation of yoga. 


Ayurveda: Doshas, individuality and how Ayurveda affects our yoga practice

Adaptation and pose exploration: How to make the most of your time on the mat with modifications and awareness

In this training you will receive:

  • A deep understanding of anatomy using an online course and a weekend workshop that will pull it all together to enhance your own practice and your future instruction.
  • Quality instruction from a variety of experienced instructors in the style they excel in and have studied for many years.
  • You will learn to teach a basic, beginner level flow of Ashtanga Primary series that can serve as a basis for instruction as many yoga styles have a foundation in Ashtanga Yoga.
  • Teaching experience on real students, not just your fellow trainees.
  • Individual instruction in hands on assists and breathing techniques.

2017/18 Teacher Training Dates
Sept. 1 6-9pm and Sept. 9, 10, 30 12-5pm
Oct. 1 12-5pm and Oct 14, 15 9-noon and 1-4pm
Nov. 11, 12 12-5pm
Dec. 1 6-9pm and Dec. 9, 10 12-5pm
Jan. 6, 7 12-5pm and Jan. 19 6-9pm
Feb. 3, 4, 18 12-5pm
March 3, 4 12-5pm
April 7, 8 12-5pm
May 5, 6 12-5pm

Registration is limited to 10 trainees per training. When we receive your application and deposit we will send you a link to our online manual. Happy practicing!
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