Supersoul 200 hour Yoga Certification
Chatham, New York
May - August, 2019
with Raghunath & special guests
Weekends for 2019:
May 3 - 5 / June 14 - 16 / July 5 - 7 / August 9 - 11
Friday & Saturday
5:30am - 9pm
5:30am - 5pm
Welcome to the Supersoul 200 Hour Yoga Alliance Certified Teacher Training. Both trainings are powerfully trans-formative courses led by the well-known international & master teacher Raghunath. Raghunath also brings in expert guest presenters who assist him in creating this well rounded and authentic yoga teacher training.
The Supersoul Yoga 200 Hour Yoga Alliance Certified Teacher Training is a foundational yet deep course designed for aspiring yoga teachers; as well as committed practitioners who feel called to further explore and experience the profound depth of the yoga system and its practical application in modern, daily life. A large percentage of Raghunath students have gone on to be successful studio owners and teachers in their own communities either locally, nationally or internationally.
Drawing from the paradigm of Bhakti Yoga, students will learn to access their 'signature offering to the world' as a means of healing and awakening personal transformation, as well as catalyzing change for their students.
Physical and energetic dynamics of foundational yoga postures, focusing on proper alignment, benefits, and risks.
Sun Salutations, Standing Poses, Backbends, Forward Bends, Twists, Arm Balances, Inversions, Core Integration, & Hip Openers.
Finding your authentic teaching voice
Creating and holding sacred space
Effective teaching cues and asana demonstration
AYURVEDA FOR YOGA TEACHERS
Introduction for 200 hour students
Incrementally build from teaching one-on-one to conducting large group classes, as competence and confidence increases. Each teaching opportunity will be followed up with supportive and encouraging feedback, guiding the student teacher toward experiencing empowered teaching.
The art of observation
Hands-on assists, adjustments, and props
Ancient teachings, relevant approach
History of yoga from the Gita to Vinyasa
Overview of the Bhagavad Gita
Mantras: their meaning and purpose
The business of yoga and the yoga of business
Integrity: the ethics of responsible teaching
Navigating healthy boundaries
Fostering students’ transformation: physical, psychological, spiritual
How to make a living teaching yoga
Both the 200 hour program are designed especially for those who cannot get away for a full immersion but who still want a comprehensive, all-encompassing yoga training. The Supersoul 200 students will come together over 4 intensive weekends of study, practice, meditation and personal growth, with their personal practice and independent study tailored to their free time in between.
Students can coordinate with our manager to facilitate local accommodations OR commute locally, arriving early Friday morning with classes starting at 5:30am with meditation and yoga. All meals are included; healthy, delicious vegetarian/vegan meals from locally sourced produce (with gluten free options).
October 25 - 27: SEVA Weekend
Raghunath is considered a teacher’s teacher and travels all over the world leading or assisting trainings. He has been leading his own teacher trainings since 2006 in Los Angeles and New York. In his twenties, he spent 6 years as a brahmachari monk living in ashrams both in India and the America while traveling the sub-continent of India and entire United States. His annual pilgrimage to India sells out each year as he leads students through his favorite holy places in sacred India explaining the stories, histories and the rituals of the holy villages, temples and ashrams.
He spends the year teaching globally and leads an annual 300-hour Bhakti Cultural Immersion YTT each January in India. Now he is taking time away from his travel schedule to support a new project, Supersoul Farm: Center for Inspired Living where he will host his teacher trainings in the US. This is a nonprofit (501c3) education center specializing in yoga education, simple living, permaculture farming, animal welfare, homesteading and primal living skills.
Kaustubha Das has a special way of making the teachings and practices of yoga very approachable and relevant. He serves as Senior Educator of The Bhakti Center in New York City. Between the ages of 21 and 34 he lived as a Vaishnava monk, traveling and studying in ashrams in India and America. He teaches Bhakti-yoga philosophy and meditation, which he has practiced for over 30 years in the Gaudiya Vaishnava tradition. Kaustubha Das also serves as a member of the Board of Directors for The Broome Street Temple.
"Kaustubha is not only incredibly literate in all Vedic literature but he has imbibed them and lives them making his presentation both authoritative and heartfelt." Raghunath Cappo
Pursuing her love of dance, Bobbie, a graduate of Canada’s National Ballet School moved from her native Toronto to NY in 2005. Though the equation of Dancer to Yoga Teacher is a common one; it was a life-altering illness that tuned her in to the power of a daily, dedicated Yoga practice. Pretty soon, the practice became a way of life, with lessons learned on the mat melding with every day relationships and events.
A sweet, soulful Teacher, Bobbie encourages students to discover "that which does not change"; a deep connection to our spirit that lies beneath external conditioning and habitual patterns.
Her classes?....well, it depends what you're coming for....Vinyasa classes are creative, challenging and fun. Drawing on her dance background, the sequencing is expressive and fluid while encouraging alignment (and a healthy use of props!) Bobbie’s yin/stretch/restorative classes are an invitation to pause, yield to the sense of support, turn inward and take the practice to a quiet, nourishing place; away from the external stress of our busy lives.
Endless gratitude to Teachers: Diana Lockett, Amanda Harding and Raghunath for their encouragement, support and loving guidance on this incredible path.
All Students: Non- Refundable Deposit (unless denied from the program) — $500
200 Hour Certification course — $3500
(balance of $3,000 due before training begins)
Accommodations — approximately $150 per weekend
Payment plans available. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with inquiries and questions.
*There will also be one required weekend OR 20 hours of dedicated seva (selfless service) at Supersoul Farm or in the student’s community during the course of the training. (this must be discussed with program manager). That, combined with homework, reading, and practicums between sessions will make up the required 200 hours for Yoga Alliance Certified Teacher Training credentials.
*Early Bird Special: Register and submit a $500 non-refundable deposit (or entire balance) by October 31, 2018 and receive $250 off the price of tuition.
200 hour Teacher Training accredited by the Yoga Alliance
3 Sumptuous Vegetarian Meals per day
Coffee & Tea Service @ Supersoul Farm
Supersoul Yoga 200hr training Manual & Study Guide
Supersoul natural canvas tote
Free unlimited yoga at Supersoul Yoga for the duration of the training
Price does NOT include:
Textbooks/ Required Reading (list provided upon registration)
Accommodations can be facilitated on your behalf for training weekends. You’ll be booked in a shared space with your fellow YTT students near the Farm!
Registration for Yoga Alliance RYT 200 hour
These courses will qualify you to apply for a 200 Hour Yoga Alliance Certification
All credit card payments subject to 3.5% fee
Or pay by check (no fee). Checks can be made out to Supersoul and mailed to:
25 Main St.
Chatham, NY 12037
Deposits are only refunded if your application is not accepted.