Yoga of Energy Flow 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training
Begins January 3, 2022
With 159 reviews on The Yoga Alliance Yoga of Energy Flow Teacher Trainings have a five star rating.
The 2021-2022 Yoga of Energy Flow 200-Hour Teacher Training at Boston University will be held at Boston University’s Fitness and Recreation Center, 915 Commonwealth Ave, Boston, MA. Open to:
• Full- and part-time BU students within the Healthway system with a green badge and BU identification card
• BU faculty and staff within the Healthway system with a green badge and BU identification card
• Fully vaccinated alumni and community members (proof of vaccination and attestation of no Covid-19 symptoms will be required for each entry)
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 this training 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
• The History and Philosophy of Yoga a
• Intensive study and practice of Asanas (postures)
• Sanskrit names of yoga postures
• Assisting and modification of poses
• Yogic Lifestyle
• The Business of Teaching Yoga
• Class Sequencing and Planning
• Hands-On Assisting
• Practice Teaching
The training begins with a two week immersion in January and continues into the spring semester, meeting Monday and Wednesday evenings, with one immersion weekend.
All classes will be held at the Boston University’s Fitness and Recreation Center, 915 Commonwealth Ave, Boston, MA.
Part I: January 3 – 14, 2022
• Two week immersion during the January winter break. Monday-Friday, 9:30 am – 6:30 pm.
Part II: January 24 – May 4, 2022
• Monday and Wednesday evenings: 6:00-9:00 pm (No class February 21, March 7, March 9, April 18)
Weekend Immersion, March 25 -27, 2022
• Friday, 5:00-9:00 pm ~ Saturday, 10:00 am-6:00 pm ~ Sunday, 10:00 am-6:00 pm
What Our Students Say
The discriminating yogi and yogini will be impressed by this extraordinary yoga teacher training….. Extremely well organized, magnificently yet compassionately taught, with first-rate guest teachers, this program manages to convey great joy, wisdom, and energy to its participants.
~ Barbara F, Arlington, MA
This intellectually rigorous, well-thought-out and balanced training offers substantial exposure to slow flow vinyasa, intensive attention to asana alignment, pranayama breath work and chanting. The training group is small enough for individual attention and big enough to create a sustained community. The lead teachers and guest presenters care deeply and bring decades of experience. The teaching is flexible and creative. This training promises to make you fall in love with yoga and deepen your respect for yourself and the earth.
~ Becky T, Boston, MA
Through the Yoga of Energy Flow training, I have become grounded both physically and mentally. Most importantly, I have learned to breath deeper, on and off the mat. With a unique blend of styles including Vinyasa, Iyengar, Kundalini, Kali Ray, and Meridian, I now feel prepared to teach a wide range of classes, and I am excited for what my future in Yoga will bring.
~ Renne A, Andover, MA
Director, E-RYT 500
Daniel has been a yoga teacher since 1992 and conducts workshops and 200 and 500-hour yoga teacher certifications in America and Europe. Certified in Jnana Yoga, Kali Ray TriYoga and Kundalini Yoga, he is the originator of Meridian Yoga. He holds a masters degree in Expressive Art Therapy/Dance Therapy from Lesley University, has been a visiting lecturer in movement studies at Tufts University, and teaches in many locations, including the Kripalu Center and the Omega Institute, where he has been Core Yoga Faculty for 15 years.
Andrea Fotopoulos has been practicing asana since 1996 and teaching since 2004. Known for her skill, clarity and authenticity, Andrea’s teaching style is a blend of functional alignment, dynamic movement and inspiration that creates a bridge between the hard work on the mat and off.
Dedicated to making yoga accessible for everybody by making the difficult doable and the doable difficult, Andrea’s personal practice and teaching style are heavily shaped by the Anusara yoga methodology, Tantric yoga philosophy and her ongoing studies with her highly skilled and deeply inspiring teachers: Christina Sell, Desiree Rumbaugh, Darren Rhodes, Noah Maze, Douglas Brooks and all of their teachers and their teachers’ teachers.
Chip Hartranft’s work bridges the traditions of yoga and Buddhism. He is the founding director of The Arlington Center, uniting yoga and dharma practice, and has taught an integration of yoga movement and meditation in the Boston area since 1978. Chip is the yoga philosophy teacher in the Yoga of Energy Flow 200-Hour Teacher Training.
An independent scholar of early Indian Buddhism and yoga, Chip is the author of The Yoga-Sutra of Patañjali: A New Translation with Commentary (Shambhala Publications), and teaches at Lesley University.
Jennifer Harvey has been sharing her love of yoga for over 20 years. In her classes, she provide a space for self-discovery, where students can connect to the voice of their hearts, the optimal strength and suppleness of their bodies, the gift of life and the creativity of the moment. Prior to opening Laughing Dog Yoga, Jen was a full time body/mind psychotherapist. Currently she is a facilitator for TIMBo (trauma-informed mind/body) program, and part of a team that offers trainings and workshops nationally and internationally.
Jennifer has owned Laughing Dog Yoga in Wellesley for 15 years, which offers over 50 classes a week in yoga, movement, and other healing arts.