At the heart of the Yoga Impact (YI) 500 hr YTT is the knowledge and experience of director and yoga therapist Nancy Candea. This advanced training has been created by distilling 30 years of personal yoga practice and 20 years of teaching yoga. Nancy works as the director of Yoga Impact, a 501(c)(3) organisation dedicated to empowering vulnerable populations with Yoga skills. This has the benefit of adding a different and powerful dimension to her teaching by working with a variety of demographics and different populations. The training includes guest teacher Jonni-Lyn Friel, an advanced level Yoga and Pilates teacher whose knowledge and skills match her generous compassion. The YI 500 Level Yoga Teacher Training gives you the tools to work with a wider range of clientele and offers a deeper learning of working with advanced practices of asana, pranayama meditation and restorative Yoga. A strong foundation will also be taught in other Yoga modalities, including philosophy, biomedical foundations and teaching methodology for specialised classes and privates. This will include Yoga for stress, anxiety, depression and trauma. Through this training you will build the confidence and business skills to work with a wider range of people on a deeper level, as it allows you to specialise and find your niche in a crowded market. This month long intensive training will help to joyfully awaken you on your spiritual path, feel the support of your Yoga community and reach your full potential as a Yoga teacher, mobilising you to serve with a full heart.
The Yoga Impact 500 hr Yoga Teacher Training is 300 hours of curriculum taught in six courses: Biomedical Foundations, Yoga Practices, Mind/Body Integration, Teaching Methodology, Yoga Philosophy and The Business of Yoga.
An Advanced 500h Yoga Teacher Certificate this summer in Greece.
The mission of Yoga Impact is to bring the discipline of the science and art of yoga modalities to populations displaced from their homes, or their hearts, by acts of violence or because of special needs- people in prisons, women and children’s shelters, homeless shelters, rehab centers, group homes and transitional facilities and at risk youth. Our goals are to educate yoga teachers, facilities and communities on the needs, rewards and necessary skills. See more photos and other events by this presenter