200-Hour Foundations Yoga Teacher Training
In this life-changing program, you will be provided with the tools to develop the skills and wisdom required to lead others in a vinyasa yoga class.
An in-depth study of the history and philosophy of yoga gives you an opportunity for self-study with the intent to align your own behaviors and actions with the core ethical principles of yoga.

This is not an 'online' study course in the typical sense.
The program includes both self-study and in-person practice teaching sessions.
This study style is based on the traditional yoga teacher-student relationship method of sharing knowledge.
You will study at your own pace.
The course includes 6 in-person sessions where you will be assigned an LKPY team leader to assist you with practice teaching individual segments of the power yoga sequence. These sessions will take place at the LKPY studio in Ridgefield, CT.

This is a self-paced program for those who prefer to make their own study timeline; and are highly motivated, committed individuals who prefer a self-study environment as opposed to group trainings.
The 200-hour foundations program is a course of study designed for serious yoga practitioners willing to do the hard work required to become a skilled and knowledgeable teacher.
('Serious' does not mean you are required to perform 'advanced postures'!)


Included in the cost:

-Access to the LKPY 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training platform (you have three years to complete the program)
-6 month unlimited class pass to the studio (activates upon registration)
-200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training Manual (downloadable pdf)
-'Functional Anatomy of Yoga Online Course' with David Keil via yoganatomy.com (12-month access)
-YogicStudies.com 'Introduction to the History and Philosophy of Yoga' (18-hour online course) & 'A Brief History of Asana' (8-hour online course); lifetime access
-A complete 90 minute power vinyasa yoga sequence (hard copy & audio recordings)
-Access to the library of Lyn's On-Demand prerecorded yoga classes
-Individualized mentoring support from Lyn
-Video & audio tutorials
-6 in-person mentoring and practice teaching sessions
(sessions take place at the Lyn Kehoe Power Yoga studio, 109 Danbury Road, Ridgefield CT - Remote training via Zoom is available upon request)

-Unlimited email support with Lyn
-Certificate of Completion 
-Yoga Alliance eligibility

Other Expenses
(not included in the cost):

Books:
(can be purchased through Amazon)


-Teaching Yoga by Mark Stephens
-Teaching Yoga with Intention by Judith Hanson Lasater
-The Yamas and Niyamas: Exploring Yoga's Ethical Practice by Deborah Adele
-The Kleshas: Exploring the Elusiveness of Happiness by Deborah Adele
-Theme Weaver by Michelle Berman Marchildon
-Inside the Yoga Sutras by Reverend Jaganath Carrera
-The Hatha Yoga Pradipika by Brian Dana Akers

-Functional Anatomy of Yoga book by David Keil
-The Business of Yoga by Katy Appleton and Natasha Moutran

Please read the details of the
'Curriculum and Requirements'
at the bottom of the page.

Payment plans available 12, 24, and 36 month options!

Learn more about Lyn: Listen to Lyn's audio introduction below to get insight into her own initial yoga experience and her intention behind this style of training.

Or visit:
lynkehoepoweryoga.com

This is a Yoga Alliance registered course.
When you have fulfilled all the requirements of the program, you will receive a Certificate of Completion and be a 200-Hour Certified Yoga Teacher.




ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY




TECHNIQUES, METHODOLOGY & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT



HISTORY, PHILOSOPHY & ETHICS



What To Expect

This program is a self-study, self-paced program that includes both remote learning and 1-on-1 in-person sessions.

You have two years to complete all the requirements.

Upon registration, you will have instant access to the training platform and materials. You will also receive a personal email from Lyn to establish communication and to review any questions you might have - please allow 24-48 hours for initial contact.

You will receive an unlimited class pass to the studio.

Your in-person sessions will be scheduled as you move through your studies. These sessions can be scheduled on Saturdays or weekdays. Please note, evenings are not available.

Feel free to email her before registering if you
have any questions. 
[email protected]




Course Curriculum


  Meet Your Teacher
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  Welcome to the LKPY 200-Hour Teacher Training - Start the Course Here!
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  Practice On the Mat: Personal Practice Requirements
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  MODULE ONE: TECHNIQUES & METHODOLOGY
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  Course 1.1 - Teaching Yoga Asana
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  Course 1.2 - The Yamas & Niyamas - Yoga's Ethical Principles: On the Mat and Off
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  Course 1.3 - Teaching Beyond The Poses: Finding You as a Teacher
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  MODULE TWO: ANATOMY
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  Course 2.1 - Functional Anatomy of Yoga
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  MODULE THREE: HISTORY & PHILOSOPHY
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  Course 3.1 - Intro to the History and Philosophy of Yoga
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  Course 3.2 - The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali
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  FINAL PROJECT
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  300-HOUR ADVANCED YOGA TEACHER TRAINING
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Curriculum & Requirements



Teaching Yoga Asana

Upon completing your 200-hour training, you will have the tools and confidence to lead a 90-minute power vinyasa-style yoga class.

Topics covered:
-the power yoga teaching method for an all-levels class
-alignment principles and the basic alignment for primary yoga asanas, along with modifications
-the pillars of power yoga
-cueing techniques to lead and support all levels of students
-inclusive language and creating a safe space
-sequencing formula for a power vinyasa yoga class and a standard 90-minute sequence – the sequence is a blueprint to build future class plans from
-how to “read” a student’s pose and teach what you see

This unit of study includes 6 in-person sessions. During five of the sessions you will have an opportunity to practice teach specific segments of the power yoga sequence. You will be assigned a LKPY team leader to work with. Your final session will be your teaching final, where you will teach a complete 60 minute yoga class.

The Yamas & Niyamas - Yoga's Ethical Principles: On the Mat and Off

-Living Your Yoga: The Yamas and Niyamas
Journaling For Self-Exploration:
-along with required reading, there will be weekly journaling and a reflection paper written for each yogic principle

You will explore:
-what are the Yamas and Niyamas
-how to apply each principle in your daily life
-how to apply each principle in a yoga class

Teaching Beyond the Poses: Finding You As A Teacher

-Theming
In this course, you will gain the ability to teach philosophy on the mat in a way that is relevant and understandable to all students.

You will:
-learn the formula for theming
-learn mental practices that can be applied in class that support each Yama and Niyama
-understand how to connect the dots from practicing yoga philosophy on the mat to taking it off the mat

-write a theme based on the yamas and niyamas

-The Business of Yoga

Theming also requires knowing yourself as a teacher: your style, your mission, what's important to you. In this unit you will spend time exploring and answering these questions. This information will also help you to build your 'brand' as a teacher and develop a professional plan
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You will:
-explore what motivates you as a teacher and which philosophical concepts you most connect with
-create a bio and mission statement
-design a social media ad

History and Philosophy of Yoga

-An Introduction to the History and Philosophy of Yoga, 18-Hour Online Course & A Brief History of Asana, 8-Hour Online Course
with Dr. Seth Powell, via yogicstudies.com


Both online courses include video tutorials, along with a quiz at the completion of each module.

Module topics include:
1 - What is Yoga?
2 - The Early History of Yoga
3 - Intro to the Yoga Sutras
4 - Intro to the Bhagavad Gita
5 - Tantra and Medieval Yoga
6 - Yoga in the Modern World

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-The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali

This course includes a complete reading of The Yoga Sutras, along with study guide questions.


Functional Anatomy of Yoga

-Functional Anatomy of Yoga with David Keil, via yoganatomy.com

This 30-hour online course will focus on a thorough grounding in the fundamentals of human anatomy. It will cover basic terminology as well as major anatomical systems, major anatomical systems, sections of the body, and their components. After completing this course, you will have a thorough grounding in the fundamentals of human anatomy pertaining to safe and functional movement. This course includes reading assignments, video tutorials, and written testing.

Practice On the Mat: Personal Practice

Regular, personal practice is one of your most essential tools as a teacher. You are required to complete 50 group class practices. Along with your 6 month class pass, you will have access to the On-Demand library of prerecorded LKPY classes. You are required to keep a journal record for each practice and submit a copy upon completion.

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