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300 hr Modules + Immersion Weekends

WELCOME

300 hr Teacher Training is a cumulative program, where you are able to select various immersion weekends throughout the year. During COVID, our modules have been moved ONLINE and broken up into smaller sections. You will receive a binder (via mail or can pick up at the studio) that details all of the logistics and requirements of the program. We recommend taking 12-18 months to complete the program. If you need an extension, please communicate that to [email protected]

Not interested in 300 hr training? These Immersion Weekends are for anyone interested in deepening and expanding their knowledge of yoga. Founders Members and Citizen Yoga 200-hr Graduates receive 15% off modules (if not enrolled in 300-hr program).

Are you a 200 hr Grad? If you are a 200 hr Teacher Training graduate and you are interested in participating in 300 hr Teacher Training and having the modules as part of your program, click below!

Did you take your 200 hr at Citizen Yoga?

  • If you ARE NOT taking the 300 hr program, each module is priced based on total hours.
  • If you ARE taking the 300 hr program, you receive $400 off the total cost of the program.
Chris Briney

Yoga + Chairs

IN-STUDIO May 15, 2021
1-4pm

Explore asana using chairs with Chris Briney. This special workshop is has limited capacity of 20. 10 spots are reserved for 300HR trainees and 10 spots are available for general students.

Cost: $65

Props: Chairs will be provided or you may bring your own. 

Location: The Center For Iyengar Yoga in Royal Oak (masks required)

About Chris Briney and The Center For Iyengar Yoga:
In 2014, Chris Briney made his first trip to Pune, India to study with B.K.S. Iyengar and his family at the Ramamani Iyengar Memorial Yoga Institute. He’s now the Director of The Center For Iyengar Yoga and one of only seven yoga teachers in the state of Michigan to attain an Intermediate, Level III certification. He says that
teaching is a by-product of his commitment to the practice of yoga as a way of life. As a result, his teaching contains an authenticity and integrity that can only come from the experience gained through devoted practice.  In his classes, you’ll find this authenticity and integrity blended with playfulness and humor to yield an experience both enjoyable and deeply transformative.

Avery Kalapa in an arm balance

Embodying Nonduality

ONLINE June 16 
5:30-8:30pm

What does it mean to be an inclusive yoga teacher and practitioner? Explore a gender affirming yoga framework to help you develop a deeper, more authentic practice for you, and your community. As the perfect workshop for Pride month, all yoga teachers, students, LQBTQIA students and allies warmly invited. This workshop is fun, uplifting, and will open your mind through inner and outer work.

Using alignment rich asana and invigorating yoga philosophy to clear out social conditioning that keeps us stuck in old patterns, we’ll create new possibilities within your heart for deeper clarity, connection, and freedom. Explore both active poses and relaxation with a focus on functional anatomy, stability, and nervous system regulation as it relates to coming into right relationship with our own identities and with each other. Learn empowering, practical skills to create a more welcoming, inclusive yoga culture for queer, trans, and nonbinary students. Q&A included!

Workshop counts towards continued education through Yoga Alliance.

Cost: $55 (15% off for Founders, MWB Members, and current/former CY Teacher Trainees)

About Avery Kalapa:
Avery Kalapa (they, them) is a community weaver, wellness organizer, and a Certified Iyengar Yoga teacher, eRYT500, YACEP, BFA, with 20 years experience in yoga. Avery’s approach is rooted in anti-oppression: yoga for inner healing towards collective liberation. They offer a vast knowledge of integrative functional anatomy and stability that empowers their students to experience tangible, empowering transformation in body mind and consciousness. They love creating healing spaces that that don’t require assimilation for queer & trans folks, outsiders and change makers who are often left out of mainstream yoga. Celebrated for their enthusiasm, accessibility, and depth of technique, their teaching reflects a deep gratitude for the Iyengar Lineage.

Josie Schweitzer in a lunge

Body Reading + Adjustments

IN-STUDIO June 19 + 20
12:30-5:30pm

with Kacee Must and Josie Schweitzer

Capacity: 12 spots are reserved for 300hr trainees and 12 spots are available for non-trainees

Cost: $215 (15% off for Founders + MWB Members, 10% off for current/former CY Teacher Trainees)

Location: Detroit Studio (as always, masks required and windows will be open)

About Josie Schweitzer:
Teaching a blend of fluid movement, pranayama, kundalini, and meditation classes, Josie artfully crafts each teaching experience with intention and intelligence, providing a cohesive structure for an eye-opening, transformative journey. Present moment awareness is at the heart, a truth that permeates every movement, stillness and breath. Yoga with Josie transcends the concept of a workout. She is heavily influenced by her teacher, Nevine Michhan, the founder and creator of Katonah Yoga ®.  As a well-rounded and multifaceted yoga teacher (Yoga Alliance, E-RYT 500 Hour Certified, Katonah Yoga® Teacher), Josie has created and cultivated her own unique 200 and 300 hour teacher trainings.  You can find her globally leading communal classes, therapeutic one on one sessions, workshops and teacher trainings.

Anne Zemba

Healing with Yoga

IN-STUDIO July 10 + 11
12:30-3:30pm

Join Anne Zemba (RYT 500, CIAYT) as we explore common injuries to the back, shoulders, and hips. Learn how to use specific yoga postures to strengthen and heal the body, utilizing the foundational principles of alignment.

Cost: $110

Location: Bloomfield Studio

About Anne Zemba:
Anne Zemba ERYT 500, CIAYT has been teaching yoga for more than 15 years. Anne has a passion for alignment and using yoga to heal the body. She teaches foundational classes focused on strength and growth, with the goal of helping each student feel as though they are in a better place physically and emotionally than they were at the start of class.

 

The Subtle Body in Asana + Props

IN-STUDIO + ONLINE Sept 18 + 19
8am-3pm

Kacee Must and Chris Briney will cover the mind, intellect, 5 layers of class, and props.

Location: The Center For Iyengar Yoga in Royal Oak (masks required) or online

Cost: $275

About Chris Briney and The Center For Iyengar Yoga:
In 2014, Chris Briney made his first trip to Pune, India to study with B.K.S. Iyengar and his family at the Ramamani Iyengar Memorial Yoga Institute. He’s now the Director of The Center For Iyengar Yoga and one of only seven yoga teachers in the state of Michigan to attain an Intermediate, Level III certification. He says that teaching is a by-product of his commitment to the practice of yoga as a way of life. As a result, his teaching contains an authenticity and integrity that can only come from the experience gained through devoted practice.  In his classes, you’ll find this authenticity and integrity blended with playfulness and humor to yield an experience both enjoyable and deeply transformative.

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