Self-Awakening Yoga has been called a miraculous returning home to the wisdom of the body. In this 100-hour teacher training you will learn to teach the fundamentals of Self-Awakening Yoga, from accessible movement, to mindful awareness. You will gain non-authoritarian teaching skills to help others unravel muscular tension, experience new ranges of motion, and recover natural movement.
Who is this Training for?
Whether new to yoga, a seasoned practitioner, teacher, or healing professional, this training will free you to access your inner source of intuitive guidance, bringing new depth of insight to your personal practice and your work with others.
Sponsored by Evolve Yoga + Wellness on the beautiful campus of Saint Mary’s College of Maryland. Affordable condo housing and meal plans with vegetarian and gluten free options are available.
Self-Awakening Yoga: The Expansion of Consciousness through the Body’s Own Wisdom, by Don Stapleton Ph.D., Healing Arts Press, 2004.
100 credit hours towards Evolve 300-hour Yoga Teacher Certification
100 Continuing Education Credits for Yoga Alliance CEU’s
Required for 300-Hour Nosara Yoga Teacher Training
Required for 1000-Hour Nosara Yoga Teacher Training
Tuition: $1,850 before June 1st / $2000 after June 1st. $500 deposit will hold your space.
Full room & board includes single room in shared townhouse with 3 delicious meals daily. Gluten free, vegan and vegetarian options available $1200. Commuter meals only option just $580.
Sponsored by Evolve Yoga + Wellness on the beautiful campus of Saint Mary’s College of Maryland
Additional activities Include:
Walking the wooded campus in Historic St. Mary’s City.
Inclusive sailboat, stand up paddle board, and kayak use at the University docks
Open air concert series on the University lawn overlooking St. Mary’s river
Fourth of July group gathering
Graduation ceremony open to family and friends
St. Mary’s College was founded in 1840 in St. Mary’s City, Maryland. It is a public liberal arts university dedicated to promoting scholarship and creativity. http://www.smcm.edu/