Wilfrid Laurier University Part Time, Online and Continuing Studies Calendar - Fall/Winter 2006/2007
Canadian Excellence

Yoga Teacher Training

“Yoga is the world’s oldest holistic system of self-development, integrating body, mind and spirit. Yoga encompasses a tremendous diversity of teachings and techniques. Yet, all schools of yoga commit to the common task of cultivating health, fostering personal growth and supporting  spiritual transformation. The full expression of yoga is a holistic lifestyle grounded in spiritual principles that expand consciousness and cultivate compassion.” ... a quote from the Kripalu Institute.
Now is the time to become a yoga teacher. A recent poll indicates that 18 million Americans practise yoga on a weekly basis, a number that is growing rapidly and expected to  continue to grow.
Maybe like others, you’re seeking opportunities to do what you love  – and make a difference in our world. Perhaps it’s time for you to share the gift of yoga with others. As a yoga teacher, you’ll enjoy a rare opportunity to be involved in the personal and spiritual growth of others.

This 200-hour program will include: techniques, teaching methodology, anatomy and physiology, philosophy, lifestyle and ethics, practicum, electives and contact hours. This course will be taught over four weeks. Participants will stay on  campus for the duration of the program. Cost includes texts, meals and accommodation.

1. Should have a minimum of six months of previous yoga  experience.
2. Should have a regular personal yoga practice.

To be submitted with application

1. A 300–500 word essay describing why you would like to become  a yoga teacher.
2. A non-refundable application fee of $50, to be deducted from full tuition upon acceptance of application.

Course Length: 40 weeks
Day/Time: Tuesdays, 6 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Start Date: Tuesday, September 12, 2006
Cost: $2300 (plus texts)
Instructor: Denise Davis-Gains, Certified Yoga Teacher 
Location: Atlas Studios, 308 King St. N, Waterloo

* Please note: payment required upon receipt of notification of acceptance to the program (refunds will not be issued once admitted to this program).

Registration Form

For details on how to submit your registration, please refer to the registration form, or visit the Registration section. Phone (519) 884-0710 ext. 6036 or e-mail conted@wlu.ca if you require additional information.