Iyengar Yoga Teacher Training
with Nina Pileggi, Intermediate Junior III Certified Iyengar Yoga Instructor
Starts September 2015, Applications Due August 1, 2015
Join a small group for a focused and life transforming Iyengar Yoga Teacher Training. The program is appropriate for those who wish to start teaching, those already teaching and for students who wish to deepen their knowledge and commitment to yogic practice.
This Iyengar Yoga Teacher Training Program will prepare you to teach Iyengar Yoga and for Iyengar Yoga Assessment. Completion of this program along with a 90 hour mentorship will meet the requirements to be eligible for Iyengar Yoga assessment leading to Introductory certification. Students interested in completing a mentorship with Nina can apply for that program as well.
No meeting in December
April 30, May 1
The teacher training program will cover:
Iyengar Yoga – lineage, tradition, organizations, writings and resources
Asana Practice and Knowledge
Pranayama Practice and Knowledge
Demonstration and Teaching Skills
Observation and Correction Skills
Anatomy and Physiology
The Art of Teaching
At least one year weekly classes with a certified Iyengar Yoga teacher or equivalent.
Co-requirements: Ongoing weekly class attendance with a certified Iyengar Yoga teacher (if available). If there is no teacher available in your area, other arrangements are possible. Commitment to the Iyengar Yoga method.
A list of required texts will be provided upon acceptance into the program.
About Nina Pileggi
Nina has been practicing Iyengar Yoga for over 19 years, and teaching for over 15. Nina has made three trips to Pune India to study with the Iyengar family. Nina has served on the Iyengar Yoga Association of the Northwest board and was on the steering committee for the 2010 IYNAUS convention held in Portland Oregon. She is certified at the Intermediate Junior III level and has mentored many teachers through the assessment process. She is currently enrolled in the three year Manouso Manos Iyengar Yoga Therapeutics course.