2021 On-Line 200 HR, Ansuara Yoga Immersion & Teacher Training with Adam Ballenger
This training is Yoga Alliance accredited as well as accepted by Anusara Yoga for the 200 hour teacher training. Lead by Adam Ballenger, “experienced certified advanced trainer”, ”subject matter specialist”, “E-RYT 500”, International Guest Trainer, and sometimes humorous fellow. Adam brings decades of meditation, mindfulness, and philosophical studies as well as both undergraduate and graduate work in human physiology, anatomy, biomechanics and kinesiology. The 200 Hour program, recognized by Yoga Alliance and Ansuara Yoga, is made up of two sub-sections described below. Both Ansuara Yoga and Yoga Alliance require 200 hour for certification recognition. If you decide to do one section or the other, please understand this is not enough for professional credentials.
The 100 Hour Anusara “Personal Practice” Immersion,
focuses on philosophy, meditation, anatomy, asana practice and more. This portion of the training is the essence of personal practice, that an individual may use to further their own art of practice and/or use as teaching material if they decide to teach yoga. Multiple forms of meditation, biomechanics and alignment, history , journaling, Metta practices and more will make up this 100 hours of training. If you are becoming a home practitioner and have been thinking there is more out there that would help you refine your personal practice, this portion of the training is designed to refine, answer questions, and bring depth to your personal practice.
The 100 Hour Anusara “Teaching Skills” Immersion,
focuses on the application of practice techniques, techniques for sharing these practice skills, communication tools, sequencing, observation skills, and more. In this 100 hours of training a student or someone who is already a yoga instructor is introduced to the practice of being an educator of yoga practice. This often includes brief review of practice skills and then the refinement of how to present this in multiple learning avenues to others. Parenthetical verbal teaching, visual demonstrations, direct verbal cues, an introduction to using a “Systems Theory” approach to teaching, how to link cue’s, when to when to slow down, back-up, or move forward on skills development when teaching asana and more.
This training will be presented on-line, each session (with the possible execption of some practice portions, pre -designated) will be recorded and made available to the participants for 45 days from the day the session posts on-line. You are encouraged to review the recordings, practice the techniques, and refresh the materials in your memory. These recordings are not downloadable. The training will typically be shot and recorded from Salt Lake City, Utah and the Mountain Time Zone. You are encouraged to access the training online from wherever you can connect well and have the space to practice and focus.
The cost of the training is $2000, paid before January, 9, 2021, paid in full for the entire 200 Hours, This is early registration.
The cost of the training is $2500, paid after January, 9 , 2021 paid in full for the entire 200 Hours, This is late registration.
The cost for the 100 hour “Personal Practice” portion of the 200 hr Immersion is $1100, early & $1300 late.
The cost for the 100 hour “Teaching Skills” portion of the 200 hr Immersion is $1100, early & $1300 late.
(If you are motivated to participate and finances are an issue, please contact Adam directly to arrange scholarships or a payment arrangement)
Saturdays, & Sundays (AM practice is private in-group)
Mountain Standard Time
7:30AM-8:45AM, (break), 9AM-10:15AM (live class), Brunch Break, 11:15AM-1:45PM, (beak), 2PM-4PM.
East Coast Time, & Lima (Peru), or Guayaquil (Ecuador)
9:30AM-10:45AM, (break), 11AM-12:15 (live class), Lunch Break, 2PM-4:45PM, (break), 5PM-7PM.
Buenos Aires Argentina &Rio de Janeiro Brazil, Santiago Chili,
11:30AM-12:45, (break), 1PM-2:15 (live class), Mid-day Break, 4-6:45PM, (break), 7PM-9PM.
2:30PM-3:45PM, (break), 4PM-5:15PM (live class), Dinner Break, 6:15PM-8:45PM, (break), 9PM-11PM.
3:30PM-4:45PM, (break), 5PM-6:15PM (live class), Dinner Break, 7:15PM-9:45PM, (break), 10PM-12PM.
Participants are expected to purchase the appropriate manuals, have a place to focus and practice with the group during group hours. Participants are also expected to be able to access the sessions and information online. To obtain credentials, credit hours and recognition of completion, in persons, on-line, live attendance is expected. Some execptions will be made for minor absences, review of recorded materials and make-up hours will be expected (make-up hours of live attendance may have to be of other materials).
A more detailed break-down of the targeted content for each weekend will be posted
Registration & Payment:
When you have made your payment or payment arrangement, which you may do on the “Schedule” page, you will be registered.
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