Love yoga and want to become an effective and skilled yoga instructor?
This training will do that.
So prepare to jump in and explore the the challenges, joy, and fulfillment of being a great yoga instructor.
You will be trained to demonstrate and communicate the skills needed to support and inspire students to delve deeper and discover the transformational beauty of the practice.
Having passion and a sincere wish to bring your best as a teacher is the foundation for any student seeking to become a teacher.
Marc St Pierre has experience and gained some wisdom in over 20 years of practice and teaching. Let him guide you you to discover the teacher within you.
Marc has streamlined the training process for optimum effectiveness.
The Teacher Training includes Yoga Immersion
Advanced study of asana
Principles of anatomy
Science and art of sequencing
How to observe bodies
Cultivating your voice
Confidence-building through practice teaching
The Business of teaching
200 hour training based on weekend gatherings/class attendance at studio, and the Training Test and Practicum test.
May 5-6 & 26-27
Marc St. Pierre is grateful to share his experience, skill, and passion as a teacher of Yoga. He has been doing so from Australia and Japan, to Germany and Belgium! Wanderlust, Yoga Aid, , Maine Yoga Festival, Ram Dass's Maui Retreat are just a few of the events at which Marc had been invited to lead and share his love for yoga. As a teacher's teacher, and over 13 years experience as a teacher, Marc excels in guiding his students in a potent yet humorous way to effectively experience the practice of yoga both on and off the mat. Marc teaches on the North Shore of Massachusetts and abroad.
Mark Nelson is an ordained Soto Zen Buddhist priest. He leads the Sweeping Heart Zen Sangha at Wisdom’s Heart in Gloucester. Along with his formal studies in philosophy, Buddhism, and Christianity, Mark is deeply interested in the theory and practice of Classical Yoga, Hinduism, Judaism, and modern science. Mark’s approach to teaching and meditation weaves three aspects of his experience together: his intellectual interests; his appreciation for elements of Roman Catholic and Protestant mysticism and devotion; and his years of experience living and practicing in a rich variety of Buddhist traditions across the U.S. and Europe.