You know what’s fun? Yoga teacher training. Whether or not you ever intend to teach, undergoing a training helps you crystallize and deepen your relationship with yoga and with yourself. You’ll grow in all kinds of unexpected ways, and you’ll enjoy going through the program with a cohort of like-minded colleagues.
At Carolina Yoga, we offer three versions of our 200-hour yoga teacher training:
It’s not too soon to be thinking about these! A typical first step is to take a class with me, ideally in person, but online if you aren’t local. This is not me assessing you; this is for you to assess me, specifically to see whether my communication style makes sense to you. You don’t need to want to teach like me; you just need to be able to understand my presentation style, as you’ll be listening to me a decent amount over the program. We can also chat a bit so I can answer your questions about the program.
My classes are Mondays at 6 p.m. in Carrboro (Yoga for Athletic Balance—it’s NOT athletic yoga). If Mondays don’t work, you can get a sense of my teaching at Yoga Vibes. Or look at facebook.com/sagerountree, where I’ve been live streaming my class. Then we can set up a time to meet or chat on the phone, or you can send any questions over e-mail.
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