The Sol Center Hatha Yoga Teacher Training Program is for everyone. Our program is perfect for those seeking certified teacher training, as well as those seeking a deep enrichment of their personal practice.
We emphasize the classical understanding of Yoga as an experiential path towards one’s deepest ground of being.
Techniques are explored from the perspective of form, function, and essence. The studies, practices, and practicums are designed to help you integrate what you learn along the way. Your vitality and capacity in daily life will grow while you explore the traditional teachings and how they link to the living stream of Yoga that has flowed for thousands of years.
Our approach weaves physical and subtle, practical and philosophical, ancient and modern, and sets the foundation for living and teaching your own unique expression of yoga.
The essence of our yoga practice is to
reawaken the remembrance of our source …Rama
We are an accredited and Registered Yoga School (RYS) with the national Yoga Alliance. Graduates of our 200-hour certificate program are eligible to join the Yoga Alliance and become a credentialed Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT-200).
The format of the program is one weekend per month, for nine months, beginning in September. Friday sessions are from 6:00pm to 9:00pm, Saturdays & Sundays from 8:00am to 6:00 pm.
Friday evening sessions set the theme for our weekend studies and practice. Saturday and Sunday sessions grow from a public class experience into posture clinics that detail technique, methodology, anatomy & physiology, as well as teaching. There is a strong Ayurveda & meditation component to our weekends.
Manual materials, study and practice assignments, and monthly mentoring check-ins are designed to help you integrate your learning, balance your personal practice, and develop your voice all along the way.
Our Curriculum is rich, with inspiration drawn from Rama Jyoti Vernon. Rama is one of the modern matriarchs of Yoga in the United States.
Anatomy & Physiology – Alignment & Energetics
Classical Technique – Sound, Sanskrit, Mantra
Yoga Psychology – Philosophy & Mythology
Meditation & Yoga Nidrā – Ayurveda & Dinachary
Lifestyle – Ethics – Sequencing – Teaching Methodology