Are you ready to take the leap into a 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training? Are you passionate about yoga and looking to deepen your knowledge and skills? Do you want to learn how to share your passion for yoga as a yoga teacher? Read on to see if this training is right for you.
Join Stephen Ewashkiw for The Mazé Method 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Tallow, Ireland in 2019!
At the end of the training you will be ready to lead yoga classes with ease, confident in the knowledge that you have the tools to succeed.
“Stephen creates a safe space for learning and exploration of yoga poses and philosophy and really engages his students with a warmth and humour that simply inspires our yoga journey. I cannot recommend him highly enough!” — Joe Moynihan, Yoga Student
This 200-hour yoga teacher training will:
- Transform your practice
- Deepen your knowledge of the philosophical and historical background of modern yoga
- Educate you in practical anatomy
- Prepare you to be able to teach your students with confidence and clarity
More Details About This Teacher Training
Find answers to your most-asked questions below.
1. Where & when is the teacher training?
2. How much does it cost?
3. Are you ready for a yoga teacher training?
4. What makes this yoga teacher training special?
5. Should you do a destination training in Bali or India instead?
6. Why is the training split into four modules?
Where & when is the teacher training?
I’m so happy to be holding this training at The Yoga House, Tallow, County Waterford, Ireland. It’s a beautiful and peaceful retreat space in the Irish countryside, near Cork and Waterford.
It will take place during four 6-day modules in 2019: March 5–10, May 14–19, July 23–28, October 1–6
Watch the video to explore The Yoga House with me.
How much does the 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training cost?
€2200 before Nov 15 (Paid in full)
€2450 after Nov 15 and before Feb 1 (Paid in full)
€2750 after Feb 1 (Paid in full)
Payment plan: €3200 (€800 x 4 payments)
Are you ready for a yoga teacher training?
If you’re looking into a yoga teacher training, chances are you are ready for one.
You might be ready for a yoga teacher training if:
- You are passionate about yoga and want to share its benefits with everyone you meet!
- You have a desire to deepen your knowledge of the poses – both to improve your own practice and to teach the poses to others
- You have been practicing yoga for at least two years
- You are prepared to learn in an active, group environment – you will be practicing teaching and giving feedback from day one
(If you want to deepen your yoga practice but are not sure about teaching yoga, I created the 100-Hour Yoga Immersion just for you. Join us in Cork from September 2019, or in Hamburg, Germany and Trondheim, Norway starting Spring 2019. Find out all about the Yoga Immersion) →
What makes this yoga teacher training special?
Founded by Noah Mazé, The Mazé Method is a rare yoga school, with an enduring dedication to the pursuit of educational excellence, emphasizing logical analysis, clear language, and critical thinking.
The 200-hour training program is ideal for serious students of yoga, aspiring yoga teachers, and yoga teachers who want to build on their existing teaching skills.
The curriculum combines detailed alignment and intelligent sequencing for vinyasa and Hatha classes, and provides you with sound knowledge and skills to teach safe and effective yoga classes.
We will jump right into developing your teaching skills from day one, including:
- Observing and understanding bodies
- The art of teaching
- When and how to modify yoga poses
- How or whether to touch students and when to use adjustments
- How to effectively sequence a class
We will cover other aspects of yoga — like philosophy, history, anatomy, and meditation — along the way.
Should you do a destination training in Bali or India instead?
This is probably the question I get asked most often from students around the world.
My answer is almost always “no”.
Though I understand that going to an exotic location for your teacher training is appealing, a yoga teacher training is not a holiday. It is a time to immerse yourself into building skills and knowledge that will give you a strong foundation as a yoga teacher.
By all means, take a yoga holiday in Bali, but choose your teacher training based on the teacher, not the location.
Find someone you respect who is able to teach you the skills to become a confident, effective yoga teacher.
“Stephen is the type of teacher who shows you where to look to find your own version of yoga, to figure out what resonates & what is relevant and to run with that. He reminds us that the practice of yoga is for self-development, courage, and freedom. In an ocean of bullshit and fakers he is a refreshing and motivating force that helps us to locate our life-jackets.” —Rachel Beare, Yoga Teacher
Why is the training split into modules?
I usually recommend a training that takes place in several modules over the course of a year, instead of packing it all into four back-to-back weeks.
You will learn a LOT in this teacher training and the time between modules is your chance to digest, process, and practice the work of each module. You’ll get a rest period between each module, and like savasana, this rest will help your mind and body retain more of the material and be a better teacher for it.
If you want to chat about this training or you have questions, feel free to email me: [email protected]