YOGA PHILOSOPHY & SUBTLE BODY TRAINING:
Tamar and Nora co-lead the 50-hr Yoga Philosophy & Subtle Body training module at YogaWorks. This module is open to all (students and teachers), without any prerequisite. Highly recommended for students who want to deepen their understanding of yoga without taking an entire TT program. It can also be taken as part of the 300-hr teaching certification.
Fall 2019 dates:
Sept 14 & 15
Sept 28 & 29
Oct 12 & 13
Oct 26 & 27
Join us in this deep exploration of yoga as a philosophical study. In this 50-Hour four week course, you will dive deeper into areas related to the subtle body, ancient yogic texts, pranayama, and meditation. This training is open to aspiring teachers and serious students of yoga. Graduation from a 200-hour Training is not required.
$700 when you pay in full by August 14
$750 after August 14
Private lessons help deepen your practice whether you’re a new student or a longtime practitioner. The private lesson is a collaboration between teacher and student, customized to your needs and questions. In a private session we might: demystify a specific pose or group of poses (such as inversions, arm balances, etc); develop a customized home practice for your needs; practice modifications to work with an injury; clarify different aspects of the yoga practice such as breathing, meditation, yoga philosophy, and more.
MENTORING, FOR YOGA TEACHERS:
Tamar has mentored prospective teachers with care and specificity in the YogaWorks and Jivamukti teacher training programs. Nowadays, you can apprentice with Tamar privately. Topics covered: assists, teaching methodology, philosophy/dharma/chanting, sequencing, feedback on your teaching, and more.
Email for more info: firstname.lastname@example.org
“Tamar truly shines when she has the opportunity to help others explore and fulfill their roles as teachers. As my mentor, Tamar thoughtfully combined her delight for the teachings of yoga with her dedication to helping me realize my highest potential as a new teacher. A committed student herself, Tamar not only introduced me to teaching principles that are innovative and eclectic, but also shared timeless methods that are deeply embedded in tradition and lineage. As a mentor she is steadfast, loving, and leads purely by example. She honors her intuition, and I feel inspired to teach with the same composure, humility, and poise with which she carries herself.” —Lauren Krauze