Yoga Teacher Training, 200 Hour Program
Beginning January 2018
Are you ready to deepen your yoga journey?
Through this 200 hour program we will dive into the roots of yogic history and explore the fundamentals of a vinyasa yoga practice. Our goal is for you to feel empowered and prepared to teach a yoga class while also creating a deeper relationship within your body, mind, and personal yoga journey.
Together we will explore topics including anatomy and alignment, teaching methodologies, philosophy, ethics, lifestyle, inclusiveness, and the “business of yoga”. We will broaden your understanding of yoga through trying diverse styles, hosting guest teachers, and helping you to develop a personal practice on and off your mat. This journey of self transformation will help you discover your personal power, purpose, and voice. Together we will also serve our community through a service work project.
Whether you want to learn to teach or deepen your understanding of yoga, all levels of experience are welcomed to this training.
Led by Katherine Holmes 200 E-RYT
& Special Guest Teachers
January 24th – May 6th 2018
Every Wednesday night | 5-8pm
Every other Saturday & Sunday | 8:30-5:30pm
January – 27, 28
February- 10, 11 & 24, 25
March- 10, 11 & 24, 25
April- 7, 8 & 21, 22
May- 5, 6
Includes 200 hours of yoga teacher training, unlimited yoga, guest teachers & lectures, books, materials & supplies.
$2600 paid in full
Meet Katherine & ask any questions you have about our Yoga Teacher Training program.
Katherine Holmes 200 E-RYT
Katherine unrolled her mat for the first time in 2012. Before she even finished her first Vinyasa class, she fell in love with the connection and fluidity of breath to movement flow. Having been a dancer her whole life, yoga felt intuitive in her body and filled her with a peace she had yet to know. She knew right away that becoming a yoga instructor was her next step.
She received her 200 Hour Power Vinyasa Yoga certification in 2014 in Denver, Colorado where she also managed a locally owned, boutique studio. Her yoga teacher lineage stems from Baptiste Power Yoga and devotional Bhakti yoga. In Katherine’s yoga classes you can expect to move, sweat, and flow through a creatively sequenced Vinyasa (breath-to-movement) style. Though Katherine typically offers a Power Vinyasa class, she also enjoys teaching Yin yoga -a perfect balance of water for a firey vinyasa practice.
For Katherine, yoga is more than a physical practice -it is a life practice. One that we embody on our mat and bring with us into the world. She believes that as we discover our strength through asana, we build courage in the world around us. She has recently returned to her hometown, Bowling Green, Kentucky to instruct and manage the Spot. While settling in her roots, she continues to grow and develop her personal yoga practice while also exploring other styles of fitness.
Katherine’s Teaching Style: Grounding, Intuitive, Challenging, Inspiring, Breath-Focused