Grateful Yoga is pleased to offer a registered teacher training program in accordance with the 200 and 300 hour Yoga Alliance standards.
The Grateful Yoga registered teacher training program is designed with the utmost flexibility in mind. Admission to the program is rolling and will remain open until full. Students are encouraged to come as often as their schedule allows, and are not required to attend every session. Individuals will complete the training at their own pace depending on their availability. Students may gain hours observing, assisting, journaling, teaching, and practicing in and around the studio in Montpelier or in the Dominican Republic. Whether your schedule allows you to come daily, monthly, or seasonally, this training is designed to be accessible to many lifestyles.
To register with Yoga Alliance, students are required to complete 200 hours of training, 180 of these hours must be with Chrissy Lefavour or Sorsha Anderson. The training revolves around a very simple and authentic set of core values which are discussed during each session. While the location, form, and method of the training may change, the fundamental learning objectives are always the same. Hours are divided into five main categories of learning;
Teach, practice, technique
Anatomy and physiology
Ethics & lifestyle
The Grateful Yogi
Grateful Yoga offers three different formats to earn teacher training hours. Students are encouraged to do any combination of the following:
Attend regular scheduled classes, workshops, events, and weekend sessions at the Grateful Yoga Montpelier studio. This format is ideal for those living locally, and students will earn hours at their own pace. View the weekend schedule here.
Join Grateful Yoga for up to 3 weeks in the spring (April 2018 dates TBD) and/or fall (October 6-27, 2017) at the Yoga Loft in the Dominican Republic. Students will gain 30 hours towards their teacher training per week. View details here.
Join Grateful Yoga for a one to six week summer intensive at the Montpelier studio July 10-August 18, 2017. Students will average 30 hours of training per week and the entire 200 hour training can be completed in the six week session. View details here.
Click on the images below to learn more about the various options to earn teacher training hours!