300 Hour Advanced Yoga Teacher Training

 

New program begins in January 2018! Courses taken before enrollment may be applied toward completion of the program, so you can start at any time. 2018 courses will be posted by the end of June 2017.

 

Our AYTT 18-hour weekend courses may also be taken individually at any time, and most are eligible for CEUs with Yoga Alliance.

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Faculty

Laurie Brockhaus, E-RYT 500, LCSW
Jee Moon, E-RYT-500

Assistant Faculty

Stacy Broussard, E-RYT200, RPYT
Sue Tebb, PhD, RYT 500
Renee Davidson, LCSW

Weekend Course schedule:

Fridays 5-9pm
Saturdays 1-8pm
Sundays 9am-4pm

Tuition:

$3600
Tuition Options:
$3600 paid in full ($500 deposit + $3100)
$3720 ($500 deposit + 4 monthly pmts of $805)
$3880 ($500 deposit + 8 monthly pmts of $422.50)

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300HR AYTT

UB’s 300-hour Advanced Yoga Teacher Training (AYTT) will help take your profession to the next level. You select the courses that enhance your style and support your personal and professional goals in yoga. Each course is highly specialized and includes theory, technique, and application of new knowledge through practice teaching. 

The AYTT program includes one required weekend course that will orient you to the program and get you excited about this next step in your teaching, and fourteen elective courses that you can take over the course of three years. You’ll complete a thorough and individualized program at your pace.
  • Features:
  • You select 15 highly-specialized courses that help you meet your teaching goals.
  • Go at your own pace. You can complete the program in as little as 18 months or as long as three years.
  • Instructors have extensive training and experience in, and a real passion for, each course topic taught.
  • Urban Breath Yoga teacher training programs are known for their thorough, organized curricula taught in a professional, genuine, and compassionate way.
  • Urban Breath Yoga teacher training programs are known for their thorough, organized curricula taught in a professional, genuine, and compassionate way.
  • Get a year of unlimited yoga classes at Urban Breath.

2017 Courses


2018 Courses

  • January 5-7 Art of Teaching Yoga w/ Laurie Brockhaus
  • February 2-4 Functional Anatomy w/ Jee Moon
  • March 2-4 Trauma-Sensitive Teaching Practices w/ Laurie Brockhaus
  • April 6-8 Prenatal Yoga Modifications w/ Stacy Broussard
  • May 4-6 Yin Yoga One: Study of Energy, Meridians, and Chakras w/ Jee Moon
  • June 1-3 Yin Yoga Two: Sequencing and Instruction w/ Jee Moon
  • July 7-9 Yoga Nidra and Breathwork w/ Renee Davidson
  • August 3-5 Teaching Yoga for Youth w/ Laurie Brockhaus
  • September 1-3 Integrating Kundalini Yoga into Teaching w/ SiriAtma Kaur
  • October 5-7 Meditation and the Yoga Sutra w/Jee Moon
  • November  2-4  A Way with Words: Assists and Cueing in the Classroom w/ Stacy Broussard
  • December 7-9 Yoga for Emotional Balance w/ Laurie Brockhaus
Instructor Laurie Brockhaus E-RYT 500, LCSW
As a licensed clinical social worker and former elementary and middle school teacher, Laurie Brockhaus has over 15 years experience working with youth and has been teaching yoga for ten years, often to children and teens in schools and community settings. Laurie currently serves as a primary instructor and program advisor for Urban Breath Yoga’s 200 and 300 hour yoga teacher training programs and manages the Oxygen Project. She is excited to merge her skills and experience in teaching yoga, teaching youth, and social service in this course.
Instructor Jee Moon, E-RYT-500
Jee has been teaching yoga since 2001 in Singapore, Seoul, and now St. Louis, and has led yoga teacher training courses since 2013. Jee's intensive study of yin yoga informs how she teaches group classes, as well as her instruction of physical and subtle body anatomy in yoga teacher trainings. Jee is dedicated to continuing her studies in yin yoga, anatomy, yoga philosophy, and meditation; she travels each year to California to train with Paul and Suzee Grilley. Along with teaching in Urban Breath's 200-hour and 300-hour yoga teacher training programs, she brings her yin yoga teachings back home to Seoul each year.
About UB's Yoga School:
"Walking into the studio 5 months ago, I was nervous and wasn't sure what to expect. From the very first day I felt welcomed and accepted. I view this program as professional, fun & informational."

"I loved it. I found Laurie, Jee, and Stacy to be kind, knowledgeable, and thorough, not to mention helpful and professional. I felt that I grew as a teacher, a yoga student, and as an observer and participant of life."

"I valued the fact that we had work, that it was a legit learning experience instead of simply handing us a certificate at the end of the program. I liked that we had homework, assignments, and projects. It made me feel like I was expected to learn, not just go through the motions."

"The program was well put together and introduced us to many elements of yoga. I enjoyed learning about the history as well as the methodology of yoga. The program offered a welcoming, open community of yoga-like-minded individuals to come together and grow their knowledge/experience with yoga."

"I very much enjoyed the program. I thought the 1 year length was perfect - I can't imagine squeezing this into a shorter time period. The topics chosen were very relative and appropriate and, for the most part, well executed. There was a good mix of lecture, discussion and activities to break up the days."

"The Foundational YTT program was quite strong. It provided a comprehensive education of yoga history, philosophy, and living; pedagogy and techniques; anatomy of the physical and subtle bodies; and complementary thought-systems like Aruveyda, Buddhism, and Traditional Chinese Medicine. I appreciated the structure of the program, in that we were given the opportunity to truly explore, test, and integrate concepts and lessons into our practices over the course of a year."

"My overall impression of the Urban Breath Yoga Teacher Training was very detailed and well rounded. The training did not just cover the physical aspects of teaching yoga (anatomy, alignment and cuing) it covered the philosophy, history, the roots of yoga. It honestly was a life changing experience for me. As I went through the training I would find myself applying the principles of yoga to my everyday life. I highly recommend this RYTT program to anyone interested in teaching yoga. You will not be disappointed!!!"

"My impression is that the instructors took immense time and care to plan and implement a thorough curriculum. The program surpassed my expectations of an introductory training in terms of the quality of instruction, the vigorousness of the curriculum and what I learned throughout the training! I loved the instructors, their passion and the experience! I have grown so much as a human and feel like I can make significant contributions as a yoga instructor! Love you guys!"

"The program was a very positive experience. The format was perfect for my schedule, and the diversity of training we received was interesting and helpful. I also enjoyed the friendships and connections I made with the other participants and instructors."

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