Join David Vendetti, Todd Skoglund, Kate Graham, Bec Conant, and many other amazing faculty members for this one-of-a-kind program. Expand upon your 200 Hour training knowledge and teaching experience with this amazing in-depth program. Go further with your anatomy knowledge, research common injuries and their preventions, explore deeper into meditation techniques and philosophy, find your true teachers voice, get constructive feedback on your teaching and sequencing from senior teachers and your peers, and much more!
Details such as specific weekend themes to come very soon.
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*Please note, that application approval prior to acceptance in the program is required. Once you have been accepted, you will be given links to pay the deposit and/or tuition
The format of this training is in 14 weekend modules spread out from March 2018 to October 2018. The specific dates are:
Note there are no course meetings in August. There will be readings and other assignments during the weeks between scheduled meetings.
Graduation from a 200hr yoga training program by the beginning of this training to enroll. If you have alternative, comparable training and experience, contact the course leaders to as about application. Certification through the 300 hour program may combine with a registered 200 hour program to register with Yoga Alliance at the 500 Hour level.
Up to 10 days before the training begins students are entitled to a full refund minus $180 administrative/materials fee. Within 10 days of the start of the program, refunds are only permitted at the discretion of the ownership of South Boston Yoga Center. These policies are in addition to the general policies of the studio as posted on the website and on premises.
David draws on over 20 years experience of teaching and over 10 years of training new teachers and anatomy workshops. His background in dance and therapeutic bodywork as well as anatomy trainings gives him a deep understanding of the physical practice of yoga, while his long-time involvement with the Boston yoga community gives him a sepcial insight into the evolving landscape of being a successful yoga teacher in New England. David is a natural community builder and always goes above and beyond in training new students and teachers from his deep love of this practice. David founded South Boston Yoga and the South Boston Yoga Teacher Training in 2007 with co-director Todd Skoglund.
Todd's initial experience in Yoga was from a philosophical background as an undergraduate majoring in Eastern Philosophy and Religious studies. Always a very physical person, he moved from martial arts and traditional physical training to the practice of ashtanga yoga in 2001. Since that time Todd has studied various movement practices including extensive training with Ana Forrest, Cameron Shane, Shandor Remete, Glenn Black and many others. He continues to follow and participate in the evolving "movement culture" and brings his depth of personal practice to his teaching and trainings. Todd co-founded South Boston Yoga and the South Boston Yoga Teacher Training in 2007 with David Vendetti.