Prana Yoga & Dance is pleased to announce 2017/2018
Yoga Teacher Training Certified through Yoga Alliance
Begins SEPTEMBER 2017
for teacher trainees and students wishing to deepen
their practice and understanding of yoga
Instructors Kathleen Kossman, Rowan Silverberg, Holly Clemens as well as Prana teaches including Deb Kistner and others will come together to teach students and trainees how to find unity in yourself and your community.
This 9-month, 200hr, Yoga Alliance Certification will provide you with a well-rounded and in-depth study to gain the knowledge and skills to become a yoga teacher. This program is designed not only to give you a wide variety of topics, class settings, and experiences, but also to provide you with the tools necessary to deepen your practice by taking it out into your community.
Yoga teaches us that all things are interconnected. We all know that finding balance in our lives can be a struggle. This training was created to support people in pursuing their passion of living their yoga through the following themes:
- Joy and Service
- Movement and Stillness
- Gratitude and Generosity
- Groundedness and Playfulness
- Compassion and Equanimity
- Unity and Diversity
- Dedication and Inspiration
- Faith and Trust
- Individuality and Community
The following are just some of the many things you will learn when taking Pranas’ Yoga Teacher Training.
We will cover the following books:
The Eight Limbs of Yoga Pathway to Liberation
The Yoga Sutras
The Bhagavad Gita
The history of yoga. Yoga today. Different styles of yoga. What is Vinyasa Yoga.
Surya Namaskar A, B and Classical.
Breakdown of Standing Postures
Applying anatomy to each of these postures. Benefits to each of these postures and the contraindications. Modifications. How to use props.
Building a strong foundation. Bandhas . How to link postures to create a class. Creating a 15, 30, 45 and 60 minute class. Hands on assists to each of these groups of postures. Language, queing, visualization while instructing a class. Learn how to assess your students and their needs. Create a Beginners, All Levels and Intermediate Class. Learn to create Specialty classes: Chair Yoga, Yoga for Athletes, Kids Yoga, Prenatal and Partner more.
Techniques of Meditation
Becoming a yoga instructor. Ethics of being a yoga instructor. Creating a yoga business. Creating a home practice. How to keep your personal practice going. Taking your yoga off the mat How to live your yoga.
*Prana Joy & Service Yoga Teacher Training 2017/2018*
Saturdays will be 8:00am-4:00pm with a 9:45am All Levels Class included
Mondays will be 6:00pm-9:30pm with a 6:15pm All Levels Class included
Sundays will be from 8:00am-1:00pm
Welcome Class Friday September 22nd 6-9pm
Saturday September 23rd , Sunday 24th
Saturday 28th, Sunday 29th
Mondays: 10/9, 10/16, 10/23
Saturday 18th, Sunday 19th
Mondays: 11/6, 11/20, 11/27
Saturday 2nd, Sunday 3rd
Mondays: 12/11, 12/18
Saturday 1/6th Sunday 1/7th
Mondays: 1/15, 1/22, 1/29
Saturday 3rd, Sunday 4th
Mondays: 2/12, 2/19, 2/26
Saturday 3rd Sunday 4th
Mondays: 3/12, 3/19, 3/26
Saturday 7th, Sunday 8th
Mondays: 4/16, 4/23, 4/30
Saturday May 5th
Graduation May 6th
Cost: $3000.00 if paid in full
Monthly payment options :
Quarterly $3100: $300 deposit with quarterly payments of $700.00
Monthly $3225.00: $300.00 deposit with monthly payments of $325.00
Call studio for more information
Prana YTT teachers include:
Kathleen Kossman, Holly Clemens and Rowan Silverberg, Deb Kistner
Kathleen Kossman E-RYT
Kathleen has been teaching yoga for 18 years.
As co-owner of Prana Yoga and Dance Studio since May of 2004,
she feels blessed and honored to be doing what she loves!
She has and continues to study with many nationally known teachers.
She recently returned from a week long Teacher Training with Bryan Kest.
She is proud to have Rowan, Deb and Holly as part of Prana Yoga Teacher Training.
"This program will provide you with what it is you are looking for from your yoga practice.
Whether it is to deepen your own personal practice,
learn to be a yoga teacher, or how to really live your yoga, this program has it all"
She feels that Prana YTT service project is what makes this training so unique and special.
"Prana studio has always been a collaboration of what moves you,
what speaks to your spirit: music, dance... yoga.
This training is another extension of that.
Learning to live the yogic path in today's world through joy and service"
Rowan Silverberg, MS, LMT, E-RYT 500
A student of Yoga since 1965, Rowan Silverberg draws from the traditions of Anusara,AshtangaVinyasa, and Kripalu Yoga in her classes. She currently co-directs Yoga Teacher Training atPrana Yoga and Dance in Broadview Heights. Certified as a Trauma-Sensitive Yoga Facilitator byThe Trauma Center in Brookline, MA, Rowan leads yoga support groups at the Cleveland RapeCrisis Center. A graduate student at Saybrook University’s College of Integrative Medicine and Health Sciences, Rowan is working on her doctoral research, which is focused on trauma-sensitive yoga as an adjunct to clinical treatment for survivors of sexual and gender-based violence.
Rowan created Progressive Corporation’s Yoga Program in 1991, and in 1992, she founded the Massage Therapy Program in Progressive’s integrative primary care center, where she currently works. From 2006-2016, she has worked as a yoga coach for the minor league affiliates of the Cleveland Indians Baseball Organization. Rowan is a licensed massage therapist and Karuna Reiki Master. She has been teaching Reiki since 2007. Rowan enjoys supporting her students to cultivate their natural capacity for courage, compassion, wisdom, and playfulness both on and off the yoga mat
Holly Clemens, Ph.D., RYT
Holly is an Associate professor of Sport and Exercise Studies at Cuyahoga Community
College where she teaches not only yoga,
but a variety of courses including exercise physiology, kinesiology, and sport injury care.
Holly completed her 500-RYT through OM yoga’s advanced teacher training program.
She has been truly blessed to have studied under so many wonderful teachers such as
Seanne Corn, John Friend,
Doug Keller, Judith Hanson Lasater, Tias Little, Todd Norian, and Simon Park.
Holly’s yoga studies embrace the anatomy and workings of the human body in relation to
yoga and how yoga opens awakening to the self and the connection to the greater good.
Deb Kistner, E-RYT
Deb has been teaching yoga since receiving her 200 hour Yoga Alliance Certification in October 2008 from Namaste’ Yoga Studio. She also works part-time as Financial Manager for a small web design and development firm. Deb worked over 15 years in the corporate world as the firm administrator of a law firm as well as a corporate accountant. Finding a regular yoga practice grounded and energized her life and she became a teacher to help others find the same. Plan to experience a well-rounded flow with great music and some nice alignment cues as well as meditation and breath work to make practice complete. Deb joined the Prana YTT in 2016.
Here's what some of our graduates have said about our training:
"An excellent yoga teaching program! The teachers all put 100% into the program and truly cared about the success of their students. This program has a very comprehensive anatomy, philosophy, and teacher preparation program. I was able to come out of the program ready and confident to teach." Melanie S
"My experience of Yoga Teacher Training at Prana was life changing. The training offered well rounded information on teaching yoga, the philosophy of yoga and also learning about the anatomy. All of these provided me with the tools I need to start my teaching. The teachers were very good and thorough in their training." Linda M
"Prana's Joy and Service is a completely well-rounded school. The small class size allows a real bond to develop between those in the program and promoted a very safe and trusting environment. Kathleen, Holly and Rowan are so completely invested in making sure that the students are getting a great and unparalleled education." Angela M