- Assist mentor’s class 1x per week (24 classes total)
- Take mentor’s class 1 x per week (24 classes total)
- Attend 24 hours in Mentor Meetings with your mentor group (about 8 meetings)
- Complete a final project designed to help you define and visualize your goals as a teacher
February 1 – July 31, 2020
Mentor group meeting times determined by Mentors
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING MENTORS:
Location of classes, mentor meetings and practice teach sessions will vary based on the region your selected mentor is based.
$1,900 when you pay in full by December 1, 2019
$2,050 after December 1, 2019
If you sign up for all modules at once you will receive a 10% discount on each module.
Tuition includes 6 months of unlimited yoga starting the first day of your program. Tuition must be paid in full by the early registration date to receive the discounted rate. Apply early to increase the likelihood of being placed in your requested mentor’s group.
Completed a Yoga Alliance registered 200 Hour program. If your 200-hour training was not through YogaWorks, you will be required to take our 75-hour bridge program.
This apprenticeship accounts for 130 hours of the YogaWorks 300-Hour program. You can take this apprenticeship alone, or apply this to your 300-hour program hours. Students who would like to complete the full 300-Hour program for credit will be required to complete all additional 50-Hour intensives and the 20-hour practice teach series within a two year period. See below for complete 300-hour Modular Format schedule.
YOGAWORKS 300-HOUR MODULAR FORMAT SCHEDULE
50-Hour Philosophy & Subtle Body Training: September 14 – October 27, 2019 Click here to register!
50-Hour Asana Training: November 9 – December 8, 2019 Click here to register!
Apprenticeship: February 1 – July 31, 2020
Practice Teach Series: February 12 – March 18, 2020 Click here to register!
50-Hour Teaching Skills Training: March 7-22, 2020 Click here to register!
Modules can be taken in any order. In order to get credit for the full 300-Hour Program, all modules must be completed within two years from the start date of the first module you attend.
GET TO KNOW THE MENTORS
Heather is a mother, a partner, a student, and an educator. She has been working in New York City as an independent dance artist, massage therapist, and 500hr certified yoga and anatomy teacher for over a decade. Heather holds a BFA in Dance from FSU with a concentration on Performance, Movement Conditioning, and Kinesiology. She is also a Doula with Carriage House Birth and a Senior Teacher and Trainer with YogaWorks, leading both 200hr and 300hr professional yoga programs in New York City and all over the US.
As a mover, shaker, and lover of the arts, Heather seeks to find the authentic artistic vision that lives within each of us. She began practicing yoga in 1996 and has been studying kinesiology and teaching multiple movement disciplines for 20 years. She has also taught as an adjunct dance professor at Georgia College & State University and Central Connecticut State University. With a background in structural bodywork and massage therapy, working with injuries and using biomechanics to inform her teaching are areas of keen concentration. Passion, playfulness, and curiosity are major components of Heather’s offerings and practice which help to ignite growth and self-study in this lifelong yogic quest for balance.
In Heather’s yoga classes, she combines her love of movement, creativity, kinesiology, and anatomy to bring strength, clarity, and awareness to the body. Focus on the individual and the breath are paired with dynamic intelligent sequence. With an educational and compassionate approach to yoga she strives to blend the balance of asana, self-reflection, and exploration of philosophy while encouraging students to find their own unique path to a continually evolving practice.
Heather’s primary teachers are Carrie Owerko and Rodney Yee. She has been dedicated to the art and practice of Iyengar Yoga since 2007 and has been inspired by many teachers along the way including Richard Rosen, Liz Marx, and Genny Kapuler. Learn more about Heather Seagraves at heatherseagraves.com.
“Dani came to yoga as a dancer. Upon graduating from the Dance Conservatory of Purchase College she was hired to perform with the Amy Marshall Dance Company (AMDC) in NYC. Dani began practicing yoga seriously at this time to help condition her body. Shortly after, she realized that yoga was so much more than exercise, or art even, which dance had always been to her, there was something more to yoga that she couldn’t quite put her finger on at the time.
Dani immersed herself in the practice of yoga taking classes regularly and embarking on the path of teacher trainings. She now knows that what she was tapping into was a deeper connection to her Self. Yoga helped Dani to connect, feel, and love herself from the inside. After a fulfilling career as a professional modern dancer in NYC, Dani made the leap to pursue teaching yoga full-time. She discovered a passion for studying the body and for teaching people how they can feel better in their bodies – physically, mentally, and emotionally.
Dani’s time as a dancer and her career as a yogi prepared her for my most challenging and most satisfying job to date – mother of Jolie Janine LeRoy. Jolie entered her life on September 16th, 2017 and Dani’s world was forever changed. Both dance and yoga have taught her how to be present in the moment which has been the most invaluable practice for her time with her daughter. Dani’s perception of time has completely changed. She used to be thankful for the years, yet take for granted the days. Everyday is so precious now as she watches her daughter explore and navigate the world around her, as she watches her daughter continue to grow and develop at a pace that seems more rapid than Dani can keep up with at times. Everyday is an opportunity to practice being present and grounded and to find the wonderment in the days that can sometimes seem mundane. Learn more about Dani Zuccheri at danizyoga.com.
Nora is a Brooklyn-based yoga teacher and movement educator. She is interested in sharing yoga as a multi-dimensional practice exploring dynamic asana, restorative, pranayama, meditation, deep listening, sound, philosophy, and yogic ethics. She is passionate about environmental consciousness, species and gender equality, veganism, and loves to make music on the didgeridoo and handpan.
Nora has studied with many wonderful teachers who have communicated different aspects of yoga. Her teaching practice is a remix of the teachings she received, together with her continuous personal research. She has completed 1600 hours of teacher training in yoga and meditation and has been teaching since 2007. She facilitates the Philosophy and Subtle Body Teacher Training at YogaWorks and teaches didgeridoo classes at DidgeProject in Brooklyn. Learn more about Nora Heilmann at yoganora.wordpress.com.