New Class Starting

January 2020

Yoga Teacher Training

200 Hours in 4 Months

 

with Rhonda Waterhouse, M.Ed.,
Yoga Therapist and E-500 Yoga Teacher

We believe that yoga is for EVERY body.

With an emphasis on working with all kinds of bodies with all kinds of real-life challenges, this in-depth yoga teacher training program will teach you to share the gift of yoga with a variety of students.

Learn pose alignment, anatomy, breath work & meditation techniques, yoga philosophy & history, successful yoga business strategies, as well as how to make your classes accessible for older adults, those living with chronic health conditions, r disabilities, or anxiety, trauma survivors ,& students in plus- sized bodies. And you’ll take your personal practice deeper through reflection, journaling & community building.

Rhonda Waterhouse

Rhonda has been teaching yoga since 2013. She is a certified Yoga Therapist specializing in yoga for anxiety and chronic pain.  Rhonda owns Daisy Yoga Studio and is the author of the Flip for Yoga cards and books.  She also holds a master’s degree in Education from Penn State University.  Her focus is on helping teachers to work with REAL people who need yoga.

With an emphasis on working with all kinds of bodies with all kinds of real-life challenges, this in- depth yoga program will teach you to share the gift of yoga with a variety of students.

Learn pose alignment, anatomy, breath work & meditation techniques, yoga philosophy & history, successful yoga business strategies, as well as how to make your classes accessible for older adults, those living with chronic health conditions or disabilities, trauma survivors & students in plus- sized bodies. Take your personal practice deeper through reflection, journaling & community building.

Rhonda Waterhouse

Rhonda has been teaching yoga since 2013. She is a certified Yoga Therapist specializing in yoga for anxiety and chronic pain.  Rhonda owns Daisy Yoga Studio and is the author of the Flip for Yoga cards and books.  She also holds a master’s degree in Education from Penn State University.  Her focus is on helping teachers to work with REAL people who need yoga.