Once you’ve been practicing yoga for a while, you may feel the call to teach it or to learn more about the practice in the context of a teacher training. The first step is typically a 200-hour training. At Carolina Yoga, we’ve been offering these since 2011. In that time, we’ve had students from 15 to 70+ years old, whose day jobs included everything from ex–professional poker player to current professional salsa dancer to bestselling mystery novelist. In the next 12 months, we offer three different formats of our 200-hour yoga teacher training at Carolina Yoga Company’s Carrboro location:
I’ve been setting up a home video studio in preparation of filming new content for my online courses, and I made these short videos about the trainings as test cases.
Learn about the three formats we offer:
Hear about the first steps toward applying:
Read more about the trainings and about our 300-hour (aka 500-hour) advanced studies training program: carolinayogacompany.com/ytt.
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Each Wednesday in February, from 6 to 7 p.m., I'm leading Yoga Nidra, a form of guided relaxation, at Carrboro Yoga. If you like savasana, the relaxation period at the end of yoga class, you'll love this practice! All you need to do is show up and lie down.