200hour Yoga Teacher Training, March - July, Johannesburg
Hosted by Casey Chiang at Zen Hot Yoga World
early bird is R23 500 paid up front in full up until 31 December 2019.
Normal course price R26 000 paid up front until 1 March 2020.
Become a fully-accredited yoga teacher & immerse yourself in the joy of teaching yoga with this 200 hour vinyasa part-time course!
International Yoga Federation and International Yoga Alliance approved course.
Benefits: Unlimited yoga training at Zen Hot Yoga World for the duration of your training from March to July.
Spaces limited! For more info & bookings:
The accredited course contents are as follows:
Asana practice and alignment (External asana to be signed off)
Pranayama, Kriya & Meditation
Anatomy and physiology
Sequencing and Teaching Skills
Philosophy, tradition and history
Business of yoga
Homework and journaling
About your Host:
Casey is a practicing Advocate of the High Court of South Africa, Founder of Zen Hot Yoga World and has an established career as a part-time model. She has tried a few different styles of yoga and has been fortunate enough to have trained with both international and local teachers. Each and every single one of them have influenced her life and her yoga. Casey is a Dylan Werner 300hrs and Ana Forrest Advanced Teacher, Jim Harrington 5 Star Yoga Teacher, ISHTA 500hrs and Pregnancy Yoga Teacher.
Zen Hot Yoga World is dedicated to helping you find a style of yoga that suits your personal needs . Providing a range of styles both heated and non heated styles . Here at Zen we have highly qualified instructors who aim to provide the best experience to improve your mental, physical, emotional and spiritual well being.
”My mission for teaching is to facilitate and create an environment where students can enter at any level and progress on their own personal journey of growth and improvement. One of my primary techniques is to simplify complex poses in a safe and fun environment with the culture where everyone moves and progress at their own pace yet constantly finding creative ways to keep the students inspired. With that said, my style of teaching is often considered strong, to encourage and challenge students to overcome their own fears to be the best they can be.”