The Fernwood Yoga Den is proud to be the home of The Brahmanda School of Yoga, a Yoga Alliance accredited school led by Katyanna Ryan and co-facilitated with Rachel Sadava and Carrie Watkins N.D.
Sign up for the program offerings below, contact katyanna@fernwoodyogaden with questions, and visit www.brahmandayoga.com for comprehensive information about the school, faculty and international retreats.
This option allows students to complete their 200 hour training over 11 weeks. This is perfect to accommodate 9-5pm work schedules. The program consists of 2 early morning practices on weekdays from 6am-8 am, Friday evening from 5:30 pm-9 pm, and Saturdays/Sundays from 1:30 pm-7:30 pm.
September 15-December 1 2017
February 18-May 6 2017
Friday 6:00am-8:00am & 5:30pm – 8:00pm
Saturday 1:30pm – 7:00pm
Sunday 1:30pm – 7:00pm
This options allows students to complete their hours in a more condensed fashion.
May 23 – June 23th 2017 (Fully booked, waitlist available)
July 4th-August 4th (spaces availble)
“My experience with the Fernwood Yoga Den Teacher Training was empowering and well-rounded in preparing me to become a yoga teacher. The training incorporated so many different modalities of asana teaching, and I came out with a lot of confidence to teach a wide range of classes, and to a wide range of levels as well. The section on Trauma Sensitivity offered a beautiful exploration of Invitational language, and this is a strong skill to be able to carry into any yoga class, an added bonus! I’ve already taught a class to more than 40 people and I felt very well prepared! People asked afterwards where I received my training as they were impressed with the level of teaching. I intend to explore the skills learned in trauma sensitivity as well as bring yoga to youth in my community. The Fernwood Yoga Den Training offers students continued opportunity to check in with the Yoga Den teachers as we emerge into the yoga teaching world, and this is a wonderful gift. So much gratitude!”
This Yoga Alliance-certified course, is designed to create a foundation into personal ritual that provides a visceral experience of the practices of yoga. Only then can you share these teachings with others.