Jason crandell

300-hour advanced vinyasa yoga teacher training

with Jason Crandell

November 2021

exact dates coming soon

 

overview

300-hour advanced vinyasa yoga teacher training
Beginning in November 2021, exact dates coming soon.

We aim to teach our courses in person at the triyoga centres in London. However, contingency plans are in place to move the training fully online should external events, safety priorities, or social distancing require it.

Recommended for teachers and practitioners that have received their 200-hour teaching certificate or have practised for five years or more

Cost – £4500

Payment plan available: Deposit of £1,125 due at time of booking, with three further instalments of £1125 to be paid in full prior to the start of the first module. To pay your deposit, please email carolyn@triyoga.co.uk who will send through payment instructions.

**Each module can be purchased individually if you want to deepen your education but are unable to register for the entire teacher training course**

course content

Power, precision + mindfulness

Becoming an advanced teacher doesn’t mean that you can do hard poses. It means that you’re refining your teaching skills and communication, that you’re creating satisfying and purposeful sequences, that you’re deepening your knowledge of how bodies and minds work, and you’re becoming more professionally successful because the quality of your classes are making a strong impact on the well-being of your students.

Training overview
This 300-hour certificate programme will provide you with an integrative, expert-level education in vinyasa yoga technique, anatomy, teaching methodology, and comparative philosophy. It provides the highest calibre yoga education available by giving you the tools to teach skillfully, think critically, and uncover a teaching path that is true to you. It’s designed for students of every lineage who want to deepen their practice and teaching.

Expert-level curriculum designed for results
With countless options in today’s training environment, Jason’s teaching and curriculum stand out. His teaching has been recognised by the most prestigious national and international yoga conferences and publications for more than a decade. Jason is recognised as a “teacher’s teacher,” and has partnered with leading yoga institutions like Yoga Journal and Yogaglo to create teacher training content. As part of his commitment to accuracy and a rational approach to yoga, the anatomy components of this program were co-created by Jason and Board Certified Orthopaedic Surgeon and Sports Medicine Dr. Paul Roache. The entire curriculum is taught by Jason, and presented in a relevant, approachable, and honest way.

Built for convenience
In order to complete the entire programme and earn your 500-hr certification*, you need to complete all three modules. But, the programme is extremely flexible and can be tailored to fit your schedule:

– First, the modules DO NOT need to be taken in order. Each 100-hour module is fully contained and you can start with any one.
– Second, you can take as long as you need to complete all three modules. If it’s not possible to complete all three modules in one year, you can spread them out over as many years as you need. The modules will continue to be offered at least once-a-year, if not more.
– Third, you’re welcome to join one or two modules without committing to all three. If you want an immersive experience to deepen your practice and sharpen your teaching, feel free to register for only one or two of the modules.

course structure

About the three modules (100 hours each)
Each two-week module goes beyond the basics and provides a full immersion in practice and study. The modules contain anatomy, asana technique, injury management, and philosophical inquiry. As a practitioner, you’ll explore more challenging postures, commit to seated meditation, and cultivate more refinement in your practice. As a teacher, you will learn to develop sequences that create greater balance in each region, help students manage their injuries, and instruct your students in clear, accessible language. The space between the modules will allow you to return to your daily life and integrate the new information, experience, and inspiration. You will have homework assignments between the modules to help stay inspired and engaged.

Module 1: creating space + freedom: hips + legs
Module 2: building integrity + stability: core + spine
Module 3: cultivating strength + movement: shoulders, neck + upper-back

learning outcomes

Module 1: creating space + freedom: hips + legs
Core themes include:
– How to work safely and effectively with the hip joint
– How to work with hip dysfunction, pain, and injury
– How to practise and teach advanced level postures like hanumanasana, padmasana, as well as inverted versions of these postures –and their alternatives
– How to understand and communicate the rotational action of the legs and hip-joints
– How to work with knee dysfunction, pain, and injury
– How to use the legs and hips safely in every category of posture
– How the principle teachings of Buddhism relate to the principle teachings of the yoga tradition

Module 2: building integrity + stability: core + spine
Core themes include:
– How to balance flexibility and stability in the spine in every category of yoga posture
– How to practise and teach advanced backbends such as dropbacks, scorpion, one-legged inverted staff and more
– How to create purposeful, effective sequences that focus on backbends, forward bends, twists and side-bends
– Reflection on your core principles as a practitioner and development of your core principles as a teacher
– How to integrate the core in all yoga postures – and how to release the core when possible
– A deeper survey of the philosophical components of the yoga tradition

Module 3: cultivating strength + movement: shoulders, neck + upper-back
Core themes include:
– How to work with dysfunction, imbalance, and pain in the shoulders
– How to practise and teach advanced arm balances and inversions
– How to keep the neck integrated and safe in every posture, including advanced postures
– How to use the shoulders safely and effectively in every category of posture
– How Tantric teachings relate to the teachings of Buddhism and traditional yoga

eligibility + pre-requisites

Participants must have a completed a 200-hour teacher training programme, or have been a dedicated yoga student for at least five years.

accreditation

*In order to earn your 500-hour certificate, you must complete all three modules and have already graduated from a 200-hour program recognised by Yoga Alliance. Remember, you can take the modules in any order, in any location, and take as long as you need to complete all three.

additional information

* * * If booking for more than one person, please do so by calling 020 7483 3344. Do not book via website or the second person will not appear on the roster. * * *


booking soon

next course

November 2021
(exact dates coming soon)

course fee: £4500

venue

TBC

contact

Carolyn Holmes, carolyn@triyoga.co.uk

faculty

Jason Crandell