URU Yoga Teacher Training

“The study of yoga is as vast as the sky and as deep as your soul.”

-Rebecca Sathre

The URU Yoga & Beyond 200 Hour Yoga Alliance approved Yoga Teacher Training is a peak pose vinyasa yoga teacher training with a strong emphasis on finding your unique authentic voice in life and in teaching. We will delve into all aspects of yoga including philosophy, mantra, bhakti yoga, meditation, asana, karma yoga, anatomy and physiology and most certainly yoga as a lifestyle. We will cultivate a community that studies, practices, laughs, learns, grows, opens and connects.

All trainees will have the opportunity to become proficient at teaching a yoga class that includes mantra, pranayama, a theme, vinyasa flow that leads to a peak pose, meditation and a closing mantra.

Teacher trainees will have many opportunities to teach and be mentored in URU classes and in the training.

Teacher trainees will also have opportunities to study restorative, yin, hot yoga, beginner, prenatal, aerial and many more modalities of their choosing.

In addition, teacher trainees will have the unique opportunity to mentor in aerial classes as an addition to the training with an extra fee that will be paid to the aerial mentor and URU.

The URU Yoga & Beyond Teacher Training will be lead by Rebecca Sathre with many guest teachers from URU and around the country. The training will be very broad and vast with a concentrated focus on authenticity in teaching.

The strength of the URU teacher training is that you have so much hands-on teaching experience through mentorship that you will be able to teach yoga with confidence and grace when you graduate. Our training takes you through personal growth as well as growth in new and old relationships. You will gain a deeper understanding of yourself and you will find your voice as a teacher as well as a human being.

You will begin to see where you are naturally drawn as a teacher and you will also stretch that boundary to see what your capabilities are.

You will be encouraged to find your authenticity as a teacher as well as a human being. You will be encouraged to engage fully into your teaching and life.

URU Yoga & Beyond Teacher Training Dates 2016/2017

September 9-11 (URU1)
October 1st (Mississippi Cow Fest Field Trip, 5:00am-til)
October 7-9
November 4-6
November 18-20 Mahabhuta Yoga Festival
December 2-4
January 13-15
February 10-12
March 10-12
March 31-April 2
April 6th evening graduation.

General weekend hours (these may shift slightly for guest teachers)
Friday: 5:30-9:00
Saturday 11:00-8:00
Sunday 9:00-6:00

The time commitments are one training weekend month, 1 field trip day, Mahabhuta Yoga Festival, 2 URU yoga classes a week, 2 practicum taught yoga classes, team taught graduation class, yoga homestudy, and a yoga test.

Financial Commitment is $2500 paid in full or 3 payments of $950 by September 1st, November 1st and February 1st and a $200 non refundable application fee upon signing contract.

Additional costs required are the purchase of an URU class pass which will be sold at a discount to teacher trainees, plus the purchase of required books.

Required books:

  • Light on Life by B.K.S. Iyengar
  • Light on Yoga by B.K.S. Iyengar
  • 2100 Asanas by Daniel Lacerdo
  • Hatha Yoga Pradipika by Swami Mutktibodhandanda
  • Heart of Yoga ( T. K. V. Desikachar)
  • Yoga Anatomy (Leslie Kaminoff)
  • Yoga Sutra translation of choice
    Bhagavad Gita translation of choice

 

URU Yoga & Beyond Yoga Teacher Training is  approved by MYCAA for Military Spouse Scholarships.

Apply Here…
http://www.uruyoga.com/yoga-teacher-training/online-application/

We love sharing the love of yoga and the love of teaching yoga with you.

Please contact Rebecca Sathre 850-377-5334 with any questions and to set up a meeting.

“Yoga has literally saved my life and it is from this place that I share the teachings with you. Please join me on this path if you have a calling to go deeper with yoga and share the path of yoga with others.”

-Rebecca Sathre

To read a URU yoga teacher training testimonial, check out the URU Blog!