300Hr Yoga Teacher Training

Hudson Yoga Project’s 300hr Advanced Yoga Teacher Training

 

Hudson Yoga Project’s Continuing Ed and Advanced 300hr Training courses attract, invigorate and transform teachers who are life-long learners that love to share what they learn.  A complete 300hr Program is 15 Total Weekends, One of which must include our 300Hr Core Curriculum Weekend, which allows you to register as a 500-hr RYT with Yoga Alliance.

Tuition

$3600 Paid in Full

$1400 5 Full Weekends

Per Weekend (Prive Varies)

300Hr YTT Full Tuition
300Hr YTT (5 Weekends)

 Advanced Teacher Training Curriculum

Chakras & Subtle Body Anatomy

w/ Magi

Friday, September 28th – Sunday, September 30th

$265

In this weekend we will chart the map of the chakras and detail how you can embody this knowledge and apply it on and off the mat. We’ll look at physical (anatomical) and energetic properties of each energy center individually and then examine the fascinating relationship between them. There will be time dedicated to physical practice, group discussion, and individual writing and meditation exercises. We will also cover how to take these practices home and work with them daily. This weekend will be a safe space for self-inquiry and healing through insight. All are warmly welcomed.

 

About Magi: A decade-plus into teaching, Magi continues to explore and revel in the interplay of science and spirit. Ritual, study, and community form the backbone of her work. This study of subtle body is a particular passion of hers as it gives a more textured meaning and applicability to the yoga postures and gross anatomy.

 

Schedule:

Friday 630pm – 9pm

Saturday 2pm – 6pm

Sunday 2pm – 415pm

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2018 Dates:

9/28 – 9/30/2018
Chakras + Subtle Body Anatomy

11/10 – 11/11/18
Core Curriculum 

11/16 – 11/17/18
Core Curriculum

11/30-12/2/2018
Prenatal Teacher Training 

12/8 – 12/9/18
Teaching Levels

2019 Dates:

2/2 – 2/3/2019
Restorative, Therapeutics, Pranayama 

2/9 – 2/10/2019
Restorative, Therapeutics, Pranayama 

2/16 – 2/17/19
Hands-on Assists

4/6 – 4/7/2019
Bhagavad Gita at Yogamaya NY 

300Hr Core Curriculum

w/ Patrick & Stacey

November 10th & 11th

November 17th & 18th

$499

This is the central piece of our 300hr Advanced Teacher Training. Two weekends packed with The HYP’s unique Alignment Focused Vinyasa Yoga that will expand your understanding of asana, inspire your class sequencing, and transform your teaching.

 

FOCUS OF STUDY

Physical Learn intelligent alignment, fine tune your sequencing, tend to and deepen your own practice

Teaching Technique Learn to be precise and clear in your instructions, Practice Teach, Learn to observe and assist different bodies

TIMES

Saturday 2pm – 730pm

Sunday 2pm – 7:30pm

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2018 Dates:

9/28 – 9/30/2018
Chakras + Subtle Body Anatomy

11/10 – 11/11/18
Core Curriculum 

11/16 – 11/17/18
Core Curriculum

11/30-12/2/2018
Prenatal Teacher Training 

12/8 – 12/9/18
Teaching Levels

2019 Dates:

2/2 – 2/3/2019
Restorative, Therapeutics, Pranayama 

2/9 – 2/10/2019
Restorative, Therapeutics, Pranayama 

2/16 – 2/17/19
Hands-on Assists

4/6 – 4/7/2019
Bhagavad Gita at Yogamaya NY 

Prenatal Teacher Training

w/ Kim W.

Friday, November 30th – Sunday, December 2nd

$399 by 11/15; $425 thereafter

Join Kimberleigh Weiss-Lewit, MA, RYT-500, CD/CDT for an incredible weekend of learning why yoga–in all it’s diverse forms–is so powerful for pregnant people. Asana, meditation, breath work, philosophy and so much more. An exploration of the pregnant body, heart and mind and, perhaps most importantly, an opportunity to nurture your voice as a teacher and guide. Kim lives and breathes yoga and birth–let her share with you her absolute passion over the last decade!

 

This training is perfect for yoga teachers, doulas, and anyone looking to gain professional and compassionate skills to support families!

 

Schedule:
Friday 6:30-9:30pm

Saturday & Sunday 2-730pm

 

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2018 Dates:

9/28 – 9/30/2018
Chakras + Subtle Body Anatomy

11/10 – 11/11/18
Core Curriculum 

11/16 – 11/17/18
Core Curriculum

11/30-12/2/2018
Prenatal Teacher Training 

12/8 – 12/9/18
Teaching Levels

2019 Dates:

2/2 – 2/3/2019
Restorative, Therapeutics, Pranayama 

2/9 – 2/10/2019
Restorative, Therapeutics, Pranayama 

2/16 – 2/17/19
Hands-on Assists

4/6 – 4/7/2019
Bhagavad Gita at Yogamaya NY 

Teaching Levels

w/ Stacey

Saturday, December 8th – Sunday, December 9th

$225 by 10/31; $265 thereafter

Take your teaching skills to the next level by learning how to walk into any classroom setting with confidence and best serve the individuals that are ready and waiting for yoga!. Whether a class is called “open”, “level 1” or “level 2”, teachers are often faced with a room full of students of varying degrees of experience, ability, and interest. This training will focus on the importance of knowing how to “read a room”, understanding the various types of ”learners”, and will provide you with a method and tools to know how to adjust your teaching choices to create a holistic yoga experience for everyone.

 

We will cover which poses are recommended to teach at the different stages of practice and learning and why, how to adjust your verbal cues, actions and alignment information for different class and student levels, and how to create intelligent sequences that are appropriate for beginning students and interesting and challenging for more experienced practitioners.

 

Schedule:

Saturday 2pm – 730pm

Sunday 2pm – 730pm

REGISTER NOW

2018 Dates:

9/28 – 9/30/2018
Chakras + Subtle Body Anatomy

11/10 – 11/11/18
Core Curriculum 

11/16 – 11/17/18
Core Curriculum

11/30-12/2/2018
Prenatal Teacher Training 

12/8 – 12/9/18
Teaching Levels

2019 Dates:

2/2 – 2/3/2019
Restorative, Therapeutics, Pranayama 

2/9 – 2/10/2019
Restorative, Therapeutics, Pranayama 

2/16 – 2/17/19
Hands-on Assists

4/6 – 4/7/2019
Bhagavad Gita at Yogamaya NY 

Faculty Involved

Patrick Franco (ERYT-500)

Patrick has lived and worked in Hoboken for over 10 years and currently raises his children in town. Patrick’s teaching is drawn from the 5000-year old tradition of yoga and rooted in ancient texts and practices but integrated and applied in a way that is relevant to the unique and modern environment in which we live. He is a 500hr (E-RYT) Experienced Registered Yoga Instructor with the Yoga Alliance.

Patrick has practiced and studied yoga since 2001 and received his E-RYT500 certification from Yogamaya New York in 2011 and his RYT200 certification from Laughing Lotus Yoga Center in 2007. Patrick is also a licensed acupuncturist in the State of New York and has a thriving acupuncture practice in NYC.

Julie Pasqual (RYT-500)

Julie earned her 500 Hour Yoga Teaching Certification from Yogamaya in NYC. Julies’s teachers are the incomparable Stacey Brass and Bryn Chrisman (From Yogamaya) for asana, and the teachers of the staff at The Bhakti Center for philosophy. Her classes are inspired and infused with her love of the practices of bhakti, where the mind is stilled by the opening of the heart, nit-picky alignment, and a love of a good old sweaty practice!!

Anna Greenberg (RYT-500)

Anna combines heat building movement with precise, focused instruction for students to find stability and space in their bodies and minds. She has a passion for standing on her hands and loves to demystify arm balances and inversions by teaching them in a way that feels accessible, safe, and fun. She believes that if yoga is approached with consistency and discipline, along with a good sense of humor and play, the practice can be transformational. Anna earned her 500-hour Teacher Training certification from Yogamaya.

Lindsey Rozmes (Ayurveda Health Counselor)

Lindsey found yoga when she needed it most. She quickly fell in love with yoga’s heart-healing abilities and blissful buzz. This led her to pursue her 200hr certification from Laughing Lotus in NYC in 2012. More recently, she’s completed both her Ayurveda Yoga Specialist and Ayurveda Health Counselor certifications with Dr. Rosy Mann and Kathryn Templeton at the Himalayan Institute in Honesdale, PA. Lindsey believes that these ancient practices truly guide you to the brightest parts of yourself.

Bryn Chrisman

Teaching classes since 2003, teacher trainings since 2006 and practicing much longer.

I opened Yogamaya to share and care for what I love, Bhakti, Asana, and Kirtan. My classes are challenging, devotional and fun, but not frivolous. A long-time student of Iyengar teachers Carrie Owerko & Kevin Gardiner, I integrate the texture and subtleties of alignment with flow and purposeful sequencing. We approach the asanas with the mood of appreciation, climb deep into our bodies, and discover a way of moving that is at once humble and powerful. I hope to meet you and that we can inspire each other.

Stacey Brass

Yogamaya is the epitome of everything I love about Yoga. Teaching since 2001, my classes are rooted in classical Yoga merged with my observations of life as a lover of NYC, the arts, psychology, philosophy, the nature of time & the cosmic universe. I make Vinyasa classes that incorporate alignment, intelligence & clarity for every different level of student. My teachers Rodney Yee, Carrie Owerko & Kevin Gardiner have inspired me to teach from the heart & with a deep caring for my students & their experience.

Raghunath

Raghunath is …Ex-punk, ex-monk, husband, father of five, inversion ambassador, bent on Bhakti, detox junkie, evolution assistant, coalesced by kirtan, cacao consumer, puranic story teller, reciter of Gita, potential excavation, fixed on elevation, take a deep breath. beyond birth and death. Prana hunter, animal friendly, transcendence in training, born to give, live today, full contact fighter, devours durians, likes to chant, likes a challenge, servant of the servants, harmonium hugger, conscious of Krishna.

Raghunath, born Ray Cappo, was a Lower East Side hardcore/punk singer songwriter icon, touring the globe in his teens. In a decadent music scene infested with hard drugs, negativity & intoxication he was an anomaly and a light propounding clean living,positive attitude and vegetarian lifestyle, inspiring tens of thousands of fans internationally. Since his youth he was fascinated with eastern thought and took his inspiration from Emerson, Ghandi, Thoreau, The Bhuddhist Sutras, The Bible and the Bhagavad Gita. He started practicing yoga in NYC in 1987 with the esteemed Sri Dharma Mitra as well as Shivananada Yoga. The pettiness of the business of music and the untimely death of his father led him to India in 1988 where he dove deeper into the the lifestyle and spirituality of India. He became a celibate monk at a Krishna Bhakti Ashram for 6 years where he intensely studied, meditated and lived the ancient yogic texts. In 1991 in the sacred village of Vrindavan he was awarded the name Raghunath and two years later in that same holy town awarded diksha or the sacred thread, for his study. Now, 23 years later, he’s an accomplished yogi in many styles, married with four children, leads retreats, workshops and yoga teacher trainings especially, in Los Angeles and New York City. He is an expert at taking the esoteric yoga philosophy and making it understandable and practical for the contemporary world. He is an inspirational force in the community by living yoga and taking the esoterica of yoga philosophy and making it practical and understandable in contemporary life.

Dr. Edwin Bryant

Edwin Bryant received his Ph.D in Indic languages and Cultures from Columbia University. He taught Hinduism at Harvard University for three years, and is presently the professor of Hinduism at Rutgers University where he teaches courses on Hindu philosophy and religion. He has received numerous awards and fellowships, published six booksand authored a number of articles on Vedic history, yoga, and the Krishna tradition. In addition to his academic work for the scholarly community, Edwin’s Penguin World Classics translation of the Srimad Bhagavata Purana, the traditional source for the story of Krishna’s incarnation, is both for Indology specialists as well as students and those interested in Hinduism from the general reading public and the yoga community.

As a personal practitioner of yoga for 35 years, a number of them spent in India studying with traditional teachers, where he returns yearly, Edwin strives to combine academic scholarship and rigor with sensitivity towards traditional knowledge systems. In addition to his academic course load, Edwin currently teaches workshops on the Yoga Sutras, Bhagavad Gita, and Hindu Philosophy at yoga studios and teacher training courses throughout the country. His translation of and commentary on the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali (North Point Press, a division of Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 2009) is specifically dedicated to contributing to the growing body of literature on yoga by providing insights from the major pre-modern commentaries on the text with a view to grounding the teachings in their traditional context.

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We can’t wait to have you in our studio to try out a class and meet our community. Our team is here to answer any and all of your questions and help you find a yoga class that’s the perfect fit for you.

 

44 Hudson Place,

4th Floor

Hoboken, NJ 07030

Phone: 201.850.1104

Email: namaste@hudsonyogaproject.com