Study Yoga | Teach Yoga | Live Yoga
Understanding the details and intricacies of Yoga is deeply important.
Better understanding yourself is crucial to becoming an educated and passionate yoga teacher.
The Liberation Yoga 200HR Teacher Training can support you in revealing both.
Led by Raquel Bueno, Donna Ortner and Melissa Shah, the Liberation Yoga 200hr Yoga Teacher Training will give you the foundation necessary to deeply understand the whole of yoga—a sacred endeavor of devotion, intention, commitment, and practice—and will create the platform necessary for you to guide others through their own journey.
+ $75 for supplies
WHAT TO EXPECT
Instruction in teaching a well-rounded practice to beginning & seasoned students
Sequencing & alignment
A personal practice that is right for you
Conscientious Hands-on adjustments
Creating space for private teaching
Identifying Trauma in ways to support it in your teaching
Assisting & holding space through Seva (Selfless Service)
Non-Violent Communication & Yoga
Diversity & Inclusivity in your teaching
The only requirements are that students must have a desire to investigate and commit to the beauty of a consistent yoga practice, and be teachable and open to deeper self-awareness.
Students must also interview with Raquel in-person or via phone prior to registration.
This training will supply you with the skills and understanding to teach from both personal and yogic wisdom.
We will study the following:
the physical and esoteric body
vitality and how it influences your life positively
guidelines we live by
soul communication and connection through yoga
the energetic disruptions
the physical and energetic layers of existence
how we nourish ourselves
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
“Yoga teacher training at Liberation is more than just learning to teach sequences, it's about the reasons WHY we teach. It's about learning who we are so that we are able to teach authentically, passionately, and with awareness. Liberation’s [200 hr YTT] showed me the roots, limbs, and leaves of yoga, their importance, and how to incorporate that into my teachings.”
— Rachelle Hutt