300-Hour Advanced Teacher Training at Wanderlust Austin
September 2018 - February 2019
In this program you will refine and master the material introduced in your 200-hour teacher training, explore in greater depth the many pathways of the practice, and further develop your unique voice and style as a yoga teacher. This 5-month program will equip you with a broad and deep set of skills and insights to integrate into your practice and your teaching. The “advanced” aspect of this program is not simply about advanced postures, but about moving beyond knowledge and into a practiced and embodied understanding of the topics we consider essential to your growth as a professional yoga teacher.
This program is designed around a strong and supportive mentor-apprentice relationship, and our intention is to create an environment of focus, exploration, deep understanding, and growth. We have assembled a team of senior teachers, mentors and experts to offer a comprehensive, well-rounded program steeped in lineage, tradition, and years of dedicated studentship and teaching. Our teaching team will guide you into the practices that are at the heart of yoga and prepare you to lead your students with confidence, compassion and skill.
200-Hour Teacher Training Program at Wanderlust Austin
June 7 - 27, 2019
Wanderlust Vinyasa Teacher Training will give aspiring teachers and seasoned practitioners the chance to deepen their knowledge and refine their practice. With the new experience and understanding acquired during your Wanderlust Vinyasa Teacher Training, you will have a greater command of your practice, have the tools and knowledge to sequence, create and teach an effective vinyasa flow class and be prepared to dive deeper into the method that most inspires you. We don't expect everyone who completes the 200-hour training to become a teacher, but whatever your path, the Wanderlust Teacher Training will guide you to your true north.
”Life is transition and change is constant. This means we carry fear with us at every step. Suffering is being at the mercy of this transition and change. All of these practices ~ asana, pranayama, meditation, yoga nidra, mantra, etc ~ point to the same thing :: that there is a part of us that is whole and complete and unaffected by external circumstance. Once we start to realize this, healing can occur.” - Yogarupa Rod Stryker