July 20, 2011

Teacher Training

Daniel Orlansky Yoga of Energy Flow 200-Hour Teacher Training

 Yoga of Energy Flow 200-Hour Teacher Trainings


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The 2020-2021 Yoga of Energy Flow 200-Hour Teacher Trainings at Boston University and Laughing Dog Yoga, Wellesley, MA, will be conducted virtually, meeting live on Zoom. We are confident that we can provide an exceptional learning experience on-line, and using this format also allows students from all parts of the country and abroad to join us.

The core study in The Yoga of Energy Flow 200-Hour Teacher Training is vinyasa flow yoga in which breath, movement and asana are combined with physical and energetic alignments to create a transformational practice.
Students will leave these trainings fully prepared to teach vinyasa style yoga classes and will have a comprehensive understanding of yoga asana, pranayama, anatomy of yoga, hands-on assists, shiatsu/thai bodywork, ayurveda, yogic philosophy, mudras and meditation techniques.
We pride ourselves on having a passionate, experienced and caring staff, dedicated to the yogic values of self growth, peace, and green lifestyle.
This 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training is approved by the Yoga Alliance of America. Students who complete this training are qualified to register with Yoga Alliance as a Registered Yoga Teacher at the 200-hour level (RYT 200)


What You Will Learn


The Yoga of Energy Flow Flow 200-Hour Teacher Training follows the Yoga Alliance guidelines:
• Techniques, Training and Practice: 100 Hours
• Teaching Methodology: 25 Hours
• Anatomy and Physiology: 20 Hours
• Yoga Philosophy, Lifestyle and Ethics for Yoga Teachers: 30 hours
• Student Practicum: 10 Hours
• Home Study: 15 hours

Subjects Covered:
• The History and Philosophy of Yoga
• Meditation
• Intensive study and practice of Asanas (postures)
• Sanskrit names of yoga postures
• Assisting and modification of poses
• Pranayama
• Anatomy
• Yogic Lifestyle
• The Business of Teaching Yoga
• Class Sequencing and Planning
• Hands-On Assisting
• Practice Teaching


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