Training Programs

Yoga Teacher Training

The Fernwood Yoga Den facilitates several 200-hour Yoga Teacher Trainings every year as well as advanced specialty certification programs. Our studio is a Non-Profit organization owned and operated by the Fernwood Neighbourhood Resource group. Proceeds from all classes, programs and trainings at our studio support local family housing, childcare, and food security initiatives on a grass roots level. Making yoga accessible to everyone is the cornerstone of our studio and programming since opening our doors nearly 8 years ago. We are currently partnered and supported by Lululemon’s “Here to Be” project. The project recognizes our studio as a non-profit organization making yoga and meditation tools available to individuals facing barriers including survivors of violence and trauma. Our trainings are a wonderful way to deepen your own practice and knowledge and learn ways in which yoga can make a broader social impact.

Fernwood Neighbourhood Resource Group

Here to Be

                     

200 Hour Yoga Teacher Trainings

We offer two programs yearly in condensed and extended formats. These programs are perfect for individuals looking to enrich their understanding of yogic principles and philosophies, deepen their personal practice and learn ways to share these transformational tools with others. Our programs meet you where you are, whether you want to teach or are pursuing this training for personal growth.  The program is led by Tracey Noseworthy, Kevin Yee- Chan and Rachel Sadava and supported by our community of yoga teachers and wellness experts.

Rachel Sadava E-RYT 500

Rachel is the Studio Director and is passionate about making healing modalities more accessible.

Rachel’s background comes from 10 years in Victoria’s Non-Profit sector, working with populations facing multiple barriers, specifically homelessness, domestic violence and addictions. Rachel is currently completing a master’s degree in Clinical Counselling. She teachers Trauma Sensitive Yoga, Yin Yoga, Restorative Yoga & Ethics.

Kevin Yee-Chan E-RYT 500

Through a 10-year career as a ballet/modern dancer and an endless love of yoga, Kevin has come to an intimate knowledge of the body.

His passion for empowerment through the body is based on traditions ranging from Tantric Shaivism to Hatha, musical theater to classical Indian music, ballet to martial arts. His practices weave modern viewpoints with the timeless wisdom of yoga, dance, and holistic medicine. Kevin teaches philosophy, mantra, chanting, yoga lifestyle, movement & mobility.

Tracey Noseworthy E-RYT 500

Tracey is a Lululemon Ambassador and was named “Most Distinguished Yoga Teacher” At Victoria’s Yoga conference and it’s easy to understand why!

Tracey brings an incredible depth of knowledge from years of training with Shiva Rea and Janet Stone to all of her offerings. Loved for her energy, warmth and ability to make even the most challenging classes a fun and beautiful experience. Tracey teaches Vinyasa & Sequencing, Teaching Methodologies and Mentorship.

Our 200 Hour Programs Explore:

– History & Philosophy

– Anatomy and Physiology

– Mantra & Meditation

– Movement & Mobility

– Vinyasa & Sequencing

– Yin & Restorative Yoga

– Trauma Sensitive Yoga

– Yoga as an act of service

– Creating social impact

Intensive Program

May 6th-31st 2020
First 3 Weeks Monday-Friday 9-5 & Saturdays 1:30-7:30 (Sundays off)
Last week is Practice, Practicum and Integration.

 

Extended Program

Oct 2nd- Nov 22nd 2020
Weekends
Friday evenings, Sat & Sun.

 

Speciality and Advanced Certifications:

The Yoga Den hosts certification courses and continuing education workshops in various Specializations.

Contact us with any questions or to set up an informational meeting.

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Training programs designed to deepen your personal practice and teach you how to make the tools of meditation and yoga accessible to others.