Yoga Teacher’s Enrichment Program

Yoga Teacher’s Enrichment Program:
A 4-Month Intensive Follow-Up to any 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training

This intensive program is specifically designed for teachers who want to upskill and upgrade their craft after learning the basics in a 200-hour training. This program offers invaluable opportunities to receive in-depth feedback, support and guidance to refine teaching skills. Teachers will spend time developing their teacher’s voice and firmly establish their seat as a teacher, so they are ready to knock it out of the park! This program is intended for super-motivated individuals who are ready to go beyond the basics; to learn and grow to be their best selves. In order to see our students clearly, we must first be able to see ourselves clearly, and be open and ready for change. Expect this training to be rich in self-study and self-exploration to encourage the authentic teacher in you to shine!

Topics include:

  • Teaching Skills with peer review, mentoring and refining
  • In depth study of Yamas and Niyamas
  • How to build your awareness and presence so you can really “see” your students
  • Why your students are stuck and how to help them
  • Breathing Techniques and Pranayama
  • How to incorporate Functional Movement into mainstream yoga classes
  • Pelvic floor and Core
  • Yoga as Movement vs stationary postures
  • Advanced sequencing
  • How to teach inclusive and body positive classes for all
  • How to design and deliver workshops
  • Yogi Business- how to establish what your “jam “is and how to get the word out and create the business you want

Dates:
Saturdays 9am – 6pm
Sundays 9am – 5pm
Jan. 25, 26
Feb 29, March 1
March 14, 15
April 25, 26

Earn Yoga Alliance CEUs

Tuition*:
Early Bird Registration $1,325 paid in full by Dec. 1, 2019
Late fee is $1,525 paid in full by Jan. 15, 2020
To secure your spot we require a $250 deposit
Space is limited to 16 for individualized attention

*Payment by check is highly preferred – if payment by credit card is necessary, a 2.9% service charge for the total tuition will be charged that will need to be paid separately via cash or check.  Checks can be made out to Revolution Community Yoga and mailed to Revolution Community Yoga, ATTN: Kyra Marino, 537 Massachusetts Avenue, Acton, MA 01720

To register, please email Kyra at Kyra@Revolution.Yoga or call 978-274-5596

Cindy Boulter, BSc, ERYT 500, ACE. SUP Yoga 
Cindy is committed to helping teachers, students and private clients expand their possibilities through education, movement and self-exploration. She has over 20 years of experience in the fitness industry as an instructor and international presenter, and over 16 years’ experience teaching yoga and training yoga teachers. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences, has studied extensively with numerous teachers and programs, including Yoga Therapeutics and client supervision group with Dr. Bo Forbes, and she is currently training to become an IAYT certified Yoga Therapist with Susi Hately and a Licensed Somatic Educator with Amy Matthews.  Cindy’s seminars and workshops have been presented throughout Canada, the US and Japan. She has assisted and taught classes at Kripalu for Bo’s sessions on Yoga for Anxiety and Depression and has taught 6 years of 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Trainings.

FACULTY:

Jen Mast LICSW RYT 500
Jen completed her 500-hour at Kripalu with Integrative Yoga Therapy (IYT) in 2016 where she trained under Joseph and Lillian LePage and Maria Mendola (Integrative Functional Yoga Therapy). Jen furthered her study and attended an intensive training with Maria in Tucson, learning various techniques for myofascial release, therapeutic movements and exercises to rebalance alignment and long held patterns. In 2018, Jen completed a weekend training in The Roll Model Method® and a Ball Rolling Techniques Workshop with David Vendetti – both for myofascial release. Her extensive work with athletes, injuries and chronic illness in both group and private settings inform her teaching style which infuses safety, mindfulness, alignment principals, unique uses of props and functional therapeutic movements, and of course a lot of humor and fun! (Read more at http://yogaacton.com/jen-mast/)

Erin LoPorto ERYT 500 C-IAYT
Erin completed a two-year internship at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health where she was able to study with world leaders in the fields of yoga, Ayurveda, energy healing, meditation and the mind-body connection.  She is certified teacher of Kripalu Yoga, PranaFlow and TriYoga Therapy. Having collected over 1000 hours of training in Yoga Therapy, Erin was one of the first Yoga Therapists Certified by the International Association of Yoga Therapists (IAYT) and has been a practitioner since 2012.  (Read more at http://yogaacton.com/erin-loporto/)

Theresa Murphy ERYT 500 C-IAYT
Theresa Murphy’s deepest intention in teaching yoga is to expand minds, open hearts, and to be a catalyst for discovering the wisdom and wonder of an embodied life. She cross-pollinates from many traditions, weaving the crafts of individualized alignment, skillful sequencing, therapeutics, breath-work, anatomy study, wisdom teachings, meditation, chanting, and open exploration of physical and mental awareness. Theresa is the primary teacher for Tias Little and the Prajna school, well as an Insight Yoga teacher with Sarah Powers and mentor in the Insight Yoga Institute. Theresa wholeheartedly devotes herself to practice. With over 20 years of study and practice she has made her life’s work a balance of teaching the Yoga Dharma, caring for her ailing mother, and ongoing studies with additional influences Amy Matthews, Patricia Walden, Jennifer Welwood, Joseph Goldstein, and Erich Schiffman. (Read more at https://www.theresamurphy.net/about)