INTERESTED IN DIVING DEEPER INTO YOUR JOURNEY WITH YOGA?
Basics of Practicing and Teaching Yoga (Hatha and Yin)
Hatha + Yin Yoga 200 Hour Program
This Hatha and Yin training covers traditional Hatha yoga poses and Yin yoga poses. You will study the alignment and physical modifications for each pose. Summit Yoga teaches a modern yoga mindset of body acceptance in every pose as you begin to craft the type of healthy lifestyle that best fits your uniqueness.
The Hatha Yoga (Yang) portion of training focuses on traditional body heating Hatha yoga poses. Trainees learn alignment principles and options for pose modifications. Hatha yoga training focuses on building strength and flexibility in our muscles and in our mind. You will study traditional Hatha Yoga philosophy and learn about the traditional Hatha approach to living a yogic life. Ample time is dedicated to practice teaching where trainees teach, learn, and practice in a growth-centered environment.
The Yin Yoga portion of this training continues Summit Yoga’s practitioner friendly mindset into Yin practice and teaching. Yin is a softer, gentler style of yoga with fewer poses and longer hold times. Yin yoga philosophy centers around acceptance of your own unique body, listening to all your body sensations while practicing and embracing stillness. The result creates space in your connective tissues and non-judgement in your mind. The Yin approach to meditation differs from Hatha (Yang) meditation. Trainees will learn and practice this accepting method of meditation.
Brand new to practicing Yoga? Even better! You will learn healthy yoga practice habits along with sound body movement patterns with our program from the very beginning of your practice!
Don’t want to teach Yoga? You don’t have to! Many of our teacher trainees don’t plan to be yoga teachers - Are you curious about:
Improving your communication skills
Overcoming limiting beliefs about yourself
Living an authentic life in alignment with your personal values
Creating your own sequences of poses for home practice or teaching
Meditation & Mindfulness
Yoga Philosophy, Lifestyle and Ethics
Nutrition & Self-Care
8 weekend course - Norman training starts Saturday/Sunday, November 16/17, 2019, 7:30am - 7:30pm.
Late Fall/Winter Weekends 2019 in Norman -
1. 11/16 - 11/17 in training
2. 11/23 - 11/24 in training
(off weekend 11/30 - 12/1 Holiday)
3. 12/7 - 12/8 in training
4. 12/14 - 12/15 in training
(off weekend 12/21 - 12/22 Holidays)
(off weekend 12/28 - 12/29 Holidays)
5. 1/4 - 1/5 in training
6. 1/11 - 1/12 in training
7. 1/18 - 1/19 in training
8. 1/25 - 1/26 in training
Check out these discounts - enroll early to save!
Buddy Discount - Enroll with a friend in the same training group and each buddy gets $200 off their total enrollment price!
Attend the YTT Q&A session on Friday, October 18th at 5:30pm to receive our Earliest Enrollment Price for coming to check us out and ask your questions in person! We’d love to meet you!
EARLIEST ENROLLMENT PRICE!!!!! Register NOW through September 23, 2019 Cost = $1,400 + $400 deposit = $1,800 TOTAL
EARLY(ISH) ENROLLMENT PRICE!!!! Register September 24 to October 16, 2019 Cost = $1,600 + $400 deposit = $2,000 TOTAL
LAST CHANCE TO ENROLL!!! Register after October 16, 2019 Cost = $1,800 + $400 deposit = $2,200 TOTAL
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TRY OUT FOR OUR NORMAN YTT SCHOLARSHIP
Tell me about the scholarship Summit YTT offers?
Summit Yoga is pleased to offer 1 full scholarship per Yoga Teacher Training group. Scholarship applicants are asked to answer the following question to be considered: “Why did you choose Summit for your Yoga Teacher Training?” The scholarship is not based on financial need - we do not ask for any sensitive income information to be considered. The scholarship award is based on your desire to contribute to the Summit community and beyond! Scholarship entries that have avoided answering the application question "Why Summit?" are subject to possible disqualification. Scholarship entries over the 500 word limit are subject to possible disqualification. We will begin accepting essay submissions in September. The deadline for submission is October 16th.