Yoga Teacher Training Certificate
North America Heartfulness
Teacher Training Certificate
200 hour course(TTC-200)
Due to safety concerns and the uncertainty of future travel and group gathering constraints, the Heartfulness Yoga Teacher Training course scheduled for August – October 2020 is postponed until the spring of 2021, conditions permitting at that time. In the meantime, we are developing options, including online, to teach the course, in a feasible way, as the impact of coronavirus evolves. Please contact us with questions.
Heartfulness Yoga Training
Course: Yoga TTC-200
This innovative course combines 6 weeks of online learning followed by a 2-week residential program at the Heartfulness Retreat Center, Molena, Georgia.
Online: Aug 22, 2020
Onsite: Oct 10 – 25, 2020
Heartfulness Meditation Center
5611 Georgia Highway 109
Heartfulness Meditation Center
Online: Aug 22nd 2020
Onsite: Oct 10th – 25th 2020
Original Price: $2,000
Special Offer: $1,800*
Duration: 200 hours
Online: 6 weeks
Onsite in Molena, GA: 2 Weeks
*Includes 6-week online course,
2-week onsite training, onsite
meals and accommodations.
Your journey into yoga begins at home with a 6-week online learning program. This program includes a daily yoga practice, video classes and readings. Throughout the course, you will have the support of our dedicated Yoga and Wellness Team. Through our webinars, you will connect with a worldwide community of others who are also passionate about yoga.
During these two weeks, you immerse yourself in the practice of yoga, heart-based meditation, and the yogic lifestyle. Through proven methods and activities, the Yoga and Wellness Team creates a safe and supportive environment for individual growth and group experience. Through your daily yoga and meditation practice, you work toward one-pointedness; then you practice retaining the heart-centered quality you gain as your move through your day. Practice teaching sessions prepare you to share what you learn with others.
Heartfulness Yoga School is Registered with the Yoga Alliance.
A genuine interest in learning about yoga and yoga philosophy
A passion to serve others and share the benefits of yoga
Time to practice and follow the online program as below
18 years of age and older
Who should take this course?
Yoga practitioners who want to become professional yoga teachers and continue the path of yoga as a career
Practitioners eager to have a deeper experience of yoga
People interested in discovering the full spectrum of yoga
Please note: the residential program is intense. Experience in yoga and a basic level of fitness are recommended. Please consult with your health care provider and contact us if you have any concerns about your ability to participate.
Course content includes:
Anatomy and physiology
Introduction to the history and philosophy of yoga
Principles of teaching as applied to yoga
Teaching skills including lesson planning, adapting content to suit your students, speaking and teaching in front of a large group
Ethics of teaching yoga
Meditation techniques and other yogic practices
Personally, you will develop your:
Self-awareness and self-confidence
Ability to access your heart center and stay connected as you act in the world
Ability to apply yoga principles to your daily life
Our Yoga Teacher Training Course 200 hours starts online and ends up with an onsite intense 2-week training.
For the online part, set aside 1 hour per day for yoga practice, 2 hours per week for the theory (videos) as well as a few minutes to watch and correct the common mistakes of selected asanas (videos). We will also request you to fill a simple quiz at the end of each week.
The online learnings will be enhanced by 4 Webinars of 90 min each.
Week 1: Introduction to the world of Yoga
Week 2: Yogic Anatomy and Physiology
Week 3: Introduction to the Bhagavad Gita
Week 4: The 4 paths of Yoga
Week 5: Yoga and Breathing
Week 6: From Patanjali to Modern Yogis
Week 7: Deeper Practice and Understanding of Yoga
Week 8: Becoming a Yoga Teacher
Heartfulness Yoga Training Faculty
Margery Anderson lives in Vermont, a state in northeastern USA. After being certified as a Kripalu Yoga teacher and a Phoenix Rising Yoga therapist, Margery was introduced to Svaroopa™ yoga in 1996. She trained for over 11 years with its originator, Swami Nirmalananda Saraswati (then known as Rama Berch). She has been teaching Svaroopa™ yoga and practicing Svaroopa™ yoga therapy since 1997 and 1998, respectively, earning multiple advanced certifications in the following years. Margery began Heartfulness Meditation in 2003 and took the Heartfulness Yoga teacher training in Chennai in February, 2019. She is currently volunteering to help bring Heartfulness Yoga and Meditation training to the United States.
Leah Rich has been practicing yoga asanas off and on for more than twenty years, has been practicing Heartfulness meditation for seventeen years and has been a Heartfulness meditation trainer for three. In 2019 she decided to pursue a Heartulness Yoga teaching certification to be able to share Heartfulness yoga to children and adults. She brings her professional teaching background in social emotional learning, training and curriculum development, to her Heartfulness yoga and meditation classes.