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Live Well Studio 200-hour Teacher Training

Dive deep into the practice of yoga and become a yoga teacher. In the fall you’ll turn your attention inward and firmly establish your personal practice as a yogi. During the winter you will build a strong foundation for sharing your love of yoga with others through teaching. In the Spring, digging deeper into yoga philosophy and world view, you will practice observing and holding space for students, finding your unique voice, discuss the ethics of teaching to a varied population, learn trauma-informed teaching modifications, and offer a full yoga class to your peers. Our Teacher Training includes one weekend long retreat November 10-12.

The fall Immersion program can be taken as a stand alone. It is for serious seekers, yogis, meditators and curious philosophers alike. Our four months of study will follow a rich, sophisticated yogic curriculum and include progressive meditative practice, philosophical inquiry, postural practice, yogic techniques, community, and dialogue. The program is designed to investigate embodied contemplative and meditative practice sequentially, beginning with foundations and building gradually to the deeper, dialectical, esoteric yogic teachings. The immersion builds in preparation for an off-site, guided weekend silent retreat, and a culminating module called "Embodying Love," which is an exploration of contemplative practice off the mat. Most practices are inspired by or derived from the schools of Tibetan Buddhism and classical Patanjali Yoga, yet the practices will be held in a greater context of modern, Western, integral spirituality. Clear pathways will be carved by our time together, but each practitioner will weave his or her own journey. Participants will become steeped in practice and methodology, understanding not just the “how” but also the “why.” Led by Katelin Gallagher E-RYT500, Buddhist chaplain-in-training.

The winter Immersion will focus on building your foundation for teaching. Each week we work to cultivate your individual voice and to build confidence through teaching practice. During these six sessions we will focus on an advanced study of asana, yoga anatomy, and biomechanics. Asana study and sequencing will include benefits, potential risks, energetic connection, modifications, observation, assists, and the effective use of props. Led by Katie Zarajczyk, E-RYT 500.

The spring Immersion will develop the outer expression of your inner work. We will focus on finding the seat of the teacher through discovering your unique voice and learning how to hold the yoga space for your students. Through the study of Sanskrit and Sacred Texts, Trauma Informed Yoga, Ethics of Teaching, and the Business of Yoga, we will round out this 200 Hour training by teaching a full yoga class to your peers. Our third session, led by Jocelyn Fultz, RYT 500, E-RYT 200.

Sept 22-24
Sept 29-Oct 1
Oct 13-15
Oct 27-29
Nov 10-12 (off site weekend retreat, Friday evening through Sunday)
Dec 1-3
Jan 12-14
Jan 26-28
Feb 9-12
Feb 23-25
Mar 9-11
Mar 23-25
Apr 6-8
Apr 20-22
May 4-6
May 18-20

Fridays 7-9:30pm, Saturdays 12-4:30pm and Sundays 2-5pm

early bird rate of $3199, if deposit by September 1
full price $3499
Includes fall weekend retreat

non-refundable deposit of $500
payment plans available

Curious?  FREE Q&A session 8/26 7pm.

Application HERE

Register HERE

Cancellation Policy

Non-refundable deposit of $500
If you cancel 1 week or less from the date of the event, we will give you a 50% refund if we are able to fill your spot.
If you cancel 1 week or less from the date of the event and we are not able to fill your spot, we are sad to say we cannot offer you a refund for your payment and will need to charge you the full price.
Additionally, if you cancel on the day-of or you don't show up on the day of the event, we are sad to say that we cannot offer you a refund for your payment and will need to charge you the full price.
I’ve practiced yoga and meditation for thirteen years, and have taught for the last nine... each passing day, month, and year brings me into deeper relationship with the practice, myself, and others. Yoga teaches me to unravel the intricacies of my heart… and when I think I’ve reached some end point… it guides me to a new corner that requires some work. My hatha yoga practice teaches me to pay attention to my body… that there is much to be learned from this body, and that the body is a gateway to presence, wisdom and love. I am grateful to have studied Hatha Yoga with the masterful Kira Ryder, Lisa Wells, Darren Rhodes, and Christina Sell, and I study meditation, philosophy, and Tibetan Buddhism with my Precious Guides: Kimberley Theresa, Mira Shani, Jarret Levine, and Douglas Veenhoff. My meditation practice teaches me of the profundity of the mind, attention, dreams -- I am a Master's student at OSU, where I study meditation/contemplative practices, Buddhist philosophy, and psychology. View my website:
I love the yoga practice, the awareness, strength, knowledge, and healing that accompany it. If I am feeling out of balance or a little off in any area of my life, I find an answer on my mat. It gives me time to get quiet, get in tune with my spirit, and my heart. I took my first class in 2003 and quickly fell in love. The simple but profound action of showing up, becoming present with the breath and letting go has truly changed my life. The mind, body, spirit connection I have found continues to deepen my understanding on and off the mat. My practice and my classes are a creative process for me, allowing me to further explore the connection that keeps me coming back. Every breath, every practice provides opportunity for a completely new experience, I hope to stay open to that possibility, and encourage others to do the same. I hope that any fellow yogi who finds my class will feel comfortable and at ease, free to explore their own individual process and their body as it is that day.
E-RYT 500
Practicing for nearly 20 years, Jocelyn brings a vibrant sense of playfulness to her classes. A yoga teacher since 2010, with training in Dance, Theatre, Martial Arts, and Massage Therapy, she uses her multifaceted experience to guide students on a fun and exploratory asana practice. She is a formal student of Rishi Maha Mandaleshwar Sri Shambhavananda Yogi, or Babaji (as his students call him), and thanks her sangha all across the country for supporting her daily yogic practice. Jocelyn is an RYT-500 with Yoga Alliance through the Shambhava School of Yoga.
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