Teacher Training & Intensive Learning Info Session, Sat., Mar. 30th, 11:15am

Free Info Session

Saturday, Mar. 30th

11:15am @ Midtown Studio

Our modular intensive training runs throughout the year and topics range from asana sequencing to yoga history to muscular anatomy and beyond, with standards exceeding those set forth by Yoga Alliance. Attend the free information session to learn more about our program.

Read more about our modular format here.

Please email us at info@theyogahouseny.com with any additional questions about our program.

APPLICATION:

To download our program application, click here: The Yoga House Module YTT Application.

TESTIMONIALS:

The Teacher Training Program at The Yoga House was nothing short of a life-altering experience. Leigha and Jacquelyn form a uniquely knowledgeable and skilled pair, whose dedication to the practice and their students is unparalleled.  –Amy

I had high expectations for the Yoga House’s teacher training, but Leigha and Jacquelyn far exceeded them.  –Corinna

Do not be afraid of the challenge, as you will enter as a student and then emerge as a transformed yoga teacher, embarking on a new beginning. I highly recommend jumping in, and you won’t regret it!  ­–Kerri

I was impressed by the way Jacquelyn and Leigha moderated a large group with varying levels of yoga experience, knowledge of anatomy, and philosophical understanding.  –Sarah

Jacquelyn and Leigha’s passion for yoga is inspiring and something they readily share with all around them! Their teaching has the right amount of rigor combined with compassion and a willingness to learn from all.  –Melinda

Jacquelyn & Leigha’s support after graduation is evident and meaningful. I would highly recommend them.  –Michele

This program is incredible and I always felt supported during the process. Thank you for sharing your wisdom, kindness and encouragement with all of us.  –Nydia

The Yoga House teachers are highly skilled, inspiring, conscientious, and thorough. In their endeavor to be of service, they have created a valuable yoga community and are pleasure to learn from and work with.  –Noelle

The training provided a solid foundation for me on my journey to become a confident yoga instructor. I highly recommend Jacquelyn and Leigha’s teacher training at the Yoga House.  –Ed

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Mindful Minis, Toddler Pop-up Yoga Class–Sat. 3/23

Mindful Minis Toddler Pop-up Yoga Classes

with Amy Reed

Saturday, March 23rd

11:30am-12:15pm

ages 2-5 $10/child
Midtown

Let your child experience yoga in this safe & fun environment. Parents are welcome to stay and play or drop off (only if child can separate easily and child can take instruction).

Mindful Minis



Yoga Scholarship: Unlimited Classes for 2019 for 2 Recipients. Applications accepted until 3/13.

The Yoga House is thrilled to offer, thanks to the generosity two anonymous donors, two scholarships for unlimited classes for the duration of 2019 at both of our locations in Kingston. This is a need-based scholarship, and our intention is to offer the practice and benefits of yoga to those who would otherwise be unable to financially pursue and develop a practice in the environment and with the support of a yoga studio community. Applicants can but are not required to have previous yoga experience.  

 

Inspired by our generous donors, we are awarding the scholarships to applicants who are an active part of the Kingston community, who have displayed their commitment by donating time and service to others in need right here in Kingston.  

 

Recipient Requirements

  • Recipients must attend at least three classes per week, excluding any emergency circumstances.
  • If a recipient misses two consecutive weeks of practice without extenuating circumstances the scholarship will be withdrawn and given to another applicant.

 

Application Questions

  1. Please provide the details of your community service experience(s) in Kingston.
  2. In a few words, why do you want to develop a yoga practice? What about yoga speaks to you?
  3. What, if any, previous experience have you had with yoga? (This can include information or history you may have researched or heard.)
  4. How do you feel your yoga practice will benefit your life? How, and in what way?

 

Building off of these questions, please include a brief bio about yourself. Your application should be no more than two pages in length and include your email and phone number. Please address your response to Jacquelyn Nash & Felipa Gaudet, and send your application to theyogahouseny@gmail.com with the subject “Scholarship Application.” Once applications have been reviewed, we will ask to meet with the applicant finalists before announcing recipients.

 

Application deadline: March 13, 2019. Applications received after this date will not be accepted

 

We look forward to reviewing your application!

Weekly Y12SR, Yoga of 12 Step Recovery — Tuesdays Uptown

Y12SR

Yoga of 12 Step Recovery

Every Tuesday

with Sarah Wilkinson

7:00-8:30pm Uptown at 57 Crown St.
Donation based (pay what you can)

Y12SR is an innovative addiction relapse prevention program that integrates the wisdom of yoga and the practical tools of 12-Step recovery programs. Guided by its theme “The Issues Live In the Tissues,” Y12SR is a meeting and a yoga practice. The time together will include a 12-Step-like sharing circle, and a yoga asana (movement), pranayama (breathwork) and meditation session. The yoga asana practice offered is designed to be accessible to all bodies and levels of yoga experience.

Y12SR is open to all persons who suffer with addiction as well as to those who love them. This is an open and inclusive group. EVERYONE is welcome. You do not have to be a member of a 12-step group to attend. It is offered as an adjunct — not a replacement — to regular addiction recovery work. The principles of safety and anonymity are upheld by Y12SR.

What is Y12SR? Read about the organization here.

Sarah Wilkinson

Sarah Wilkinson, yoga teacher and energy healer, has taught yoga across the US, including at Kripalu and Omega. Her slow-flow yoga focuses on empowering students with the skills needed to heal themselves and become stronger in body, mind, and spirit. Sarah has experience facilitating yoga retreats for those in recovery and has completed the Y12SR Leadership Training program with Y12SR founder, Nikki Meyers. Sarah has been practicing yoga for 25 years, and received her first teacher certification in 2010 from Rishikesh Yog Peeth, in India, the birthplace of yoga.

Teaching All Levels Intensive Module, with Felipa Gaudet & Mel Toth, March 8-10

Teaching All Levels: Guiding Every Body

March 8-10, 2019

Teacher: Felipa Gaudet & Mel Toth

YTT 200 hour, yoga teacher training, hudson valley, kingston, ny, modulesThe most effective yoga teachers can teach to different levels of practitioners in one class. Learn thoughtful ways to make each asana or posture accessible to the beginner-level students in your classes with Mel Toth. Then learn approaches to guide more experienced practitioners with Felipa Gaudet.

Learn:

  • How to teach to both ends of the spectrum: the basic-level & the experienced practitioner
  • How to remain attuned to the different levels of practice in your open-level yoga classes
  • Modifications and prop recommendations for beginner-level students
  • How to direct experienced practitioners into advanced variations and challenging postures
  • How to cue simultaneously to both levels

Felipa Gaudet

Felipa Gaudet, The Yoga House, Kingston, NY Hudson Valley Felipa began practicing yoga as a way to reconnect with her physical self while carving out a place from her busy day to cultivate inner peace. Her desire to land the still-elusive ‘handstand in the middle of the room’ has fueled her dedicated, ongoing practice while teaching her to detach from desired results. As The Yoga House’s Flying Flow, or advanced vinyasa class, Felipa has experience exploring different methods for landing those challenging postures, but also encourages practitioners to honor their bodies and discover the possibilities within each pose in the way that feels right for them.

Mel Toth

Mel TothMel has spent years studying and teaching the fundamentals of asana through the use of props and movement exploration, while emphasizing the discovery of personal alignment, balance and relaxation. After many years of chronic injuries and pain related to scoliosis (curvature of the spine), Mel has found great relief through the practice of gentle and restorative poses and is passionate about incorporating both into her classes. By encouraging students to respect their physical limitations while exploring what’s possible, Mel is skilled in helping each individual learn how to serve the unique needs of the body.


Teaching All Levels