Bringing a voice to your practice.

A good teacher knows how to demonstrate postures, a great teacher knows how to explain how to get into and out of postures and an amazing teacher knows how to feel the practice in their body and share through words the many variations of the poses that help each student experience the poses in a way that is right for them.

Every body is different. No two bodies are the same and no two yoga teachers are the same!

In this training you will learn:

• How to bring your voice to your practice to share with others
• How to use essential language to help your students get safely into and out of poses
• Variations of the poses so that your students feel empowered
• Review of anatomy and physiology of poses
• Demonstrating and queuing poses
• How to meet your students where they are so that they feel safe and empowered

Your Teacher Trainer

Maribeth MacKenzie, Director of Education
Inlet Yoga School

Maribeth, founder of Inlet Yoga, is a certified Yoga Therapist, 1000+ hour graduate of The Hard and The Soft Yoga Institute, and Chopra Center Ayurveda Practitioner.

As a retired classroom teacher, Maribeth incorporates her classroom teaching skills with her multiple decades of practicing and teaching yoga to meet the needs of every student. Maribeth truly acknowledges yoga is for every BODY.

This 100 hour teacher training requires participation in four weekends and 24 hours of class observations.

Teacher Training Dates:

September 13th – 15th, 2024
October 11th – 13th, 2024
November 8th – 10th, 2024
December 13th – 15th , 2024

Teacher Training Hours:

Fridays: 2:30 pm – 5:30 pm Studio or Zoom
Saturdays: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Studio or Zoom, 1:00 pm – 5:30 pm Studio only
Sundays: 12:30 pm – 5:30 pm Studio only

Teacher Training Tuition:

$1700 – paid in full
$1800 – payment plan – 4 installment payments of $450 a month paid on the 1st of each month of training

Required textbooks:  
Teaching Yoga Beyond the Poses by Sage Rountree
Anatomy of Fitness: Yoga by Goldie Karpel Oren
The Inspired Yoga Teacher by Gabrielle Harris
Teaching Yoga:  Creative Cueing for Safer Mixed Level Classes by Becca Hewes
A Sutra book (or 2) of your choice

This 100 hour training is part of Inlet Yoga’s signature 200 Hour Teacher Training. The Deepening Your Practice Immersions are required to receive a 200 Hour Teacher Training certificate.

Additional Requirements:

In addition to attending weekends, 20 hours of observation of studio classes and 20 hours of studio or zoom practice is required. This is a wonderful opportunity to observe various bodies in motion and certified teachers in action.

Questions? Contact Maribeth at (843) 655-6272 for more information.