A psychic in India told Sarah that her dharma is to bring positivity to others. As a teacher trainer, Sarah loves helping students realize their fullest potential. Sarah is excited to be teaching our YogaWorks 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training program this February. This training is an incredible way to cultivate your personal yoga practice and get to know yourself more deeply. In yoga, we use the outer body to access our inner light and innate wisdom. In this training we will focus on fundamental asanas, from standing poses to inversions, and we’ll dive into the philosophy of yoga, breathing practices, and meditation, all as a way to access our brightest and best selves. Deepen your practice and learn the skills to become a yoga teacher in 2019.
Since 1990, YogaWorks has been a leader in yoga education, and our celebrated alumni have gone on to become some of the world’s most renowned yoga teachers. The YogaWorks Yoga Teacher Training program blends yoga traditions from the east and west, integrating both into a practical and unique method that combines vinyasa flow with an emphasis on alignment and skillful sequencing. Our mission is to provide each student with the necessary foundation to skillfully teach yoga with compassion, safety and integrity, while honoring his or her individual voice and style. Whether you join us to become a yoga teacher or simply to deepen your own yoga practice, the YogaWorks yoga teacher training will uniquely prepare you to leave your mark on the world.
Click here to learn more about the YogaWorks Yoga Teacher Training and what sets us apart.
February 9 – June 23, 2019
Saturdays | 11:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Sundays | 12:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Meets the following 12 weekends:
February 9-10 & 23-24
March 9-10 & 23-24
April 6-7, 13-14 & 27-28
May 4-5 & 18-19
June 1-2, 15-16 & 22-23
Special Guest Teachers
Students are required to take 16 classes throughout the duration of the program to experience different styles, levels and methodologies.
YogaWorks San Francisco
1823 Divisadero Street
San Francisco, CA 94115
See if this training is a fit for you. Meet the trainer, get an overview of the program curriculum, and learn the benefits of being a student at YogaWorks. The complimentary session begins with an hour-long practice taught in the YogaWorks method followed by a Q&A session. Please note that you may only RSVP online starting 31 days prior to the session. If you’d like to sign up before then, please contact us to reserve your space!
$3,100 when you pay in full by November 20, 2018
$3,350 when you pay in full by December 20, 2018
$3,600 after December 20, 2018
Tuition includes 3 months of unlimited yoga beginning on the program start date
Tuition must be paid in full by the early registration date to receive the discounted rate.
Payment Plans available off the full price plus a $50 admin fee (50% of tuition must received one week before start date). Contact us for more details.
Students who have graduated from a previous Yoga Alliance approved 200-hour program are eligible to receive 50% off the full tuition price.
We recommend 1 year of consistent yoga practice and require a minimum of six months of a consistent yoga practice or equivalent training.
Sarah Ezrin is a motivator, writer, yoga teacher, and teacher trainer. Her joie de vivre is infectious. Her fun and popular yoga classes are infused with humor and positivity. Bringing a background of psychology and life coaching, Sarah lovingly guides people toward their brightest and best self.
Sarah is an E-RYT-500. She is based out of San Francisco with her husband and dog. A world traveler since birth, Sarah leads trainings, workshops and retreats at home and across the globe. She is a writer and certified life coach.
Sarah has been featured in Yoga Journal and is a regular contributor for LA Yoga and Mantra Magazine. She is sponsored by numerous mindful fitness companies including Athleta, Manduka, Lululemon Athletica, Alternative Apparel, Fabletics, Sweaty Betty, Navitas Naturals, Vita Coco, Lifeforme Yoga, and Yoga Gives Back.
Sarah began doing yoga in college; however, she did not get serious about her practice until working demanding hours in the film industry. It was also during this time that Sarah’s mother was diagnosed with lung cancer. The mat provided refuge and healing as her mother’s illness progressed. Sarah realized that time was too fleeting to not be spent doing what one loves. She quit the film business to pursue her passions. Her mother was able to see her teach once before passing away.
For Sarah, yoga goes beyond the postures; it is a guide for living, and she is changing the world by teaching self-love one person a time! Learn more about Sarah Ezrin at sarahezrinyoga.com.
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