Tahoe Yoga and Wellness Center to host teacher training
TAHOE/TRUCKEE, Calif. — Tahoe Yoga and Wellness Center will proudly collaborate with and host a 200-hour YogaWorks Teacher Training this fall at their studio on Donner Pass Road
The training will begin Sept. 20, 2013, meeting once a month until March 9, 2014. Lakshmi (Angie) Norwood is the lead instructor and will be assisted by TYWC’s owner Dr. Walter Lightner.
Lakshmi Norwood is an extremely accomplished yogini with a wealth of experience. She holds her YogaAlliance 500-ERYT (Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher) Certificate and an M.Ed. in Counseling, and is a faculty member of the YogaWorks Teacher Training Department as well as a certified Structural Yoga Therapist.
“Teacher Training is a unique opportunity for students to deepen their relationship with yoga, their understanding of themselves, and discover meaning and purpose in their lives,” said Lakshmi. “Having completed several high-quality training programs early in my career, I can say with experience that the Yogaworks Teacher Training provides students with intelligent, well-articulated teaching principles and cultivates a deep attitude of compassion, making them a valuable asset in today’s growing marketplace.”
There will be a free “Meet the YogaWorks Teacher Trainer” event on Friday, Aug. 2, 4-6 p.m. at TYWC. There, Lakshmi will hold a YogaWorks style class and Q&A for any prospective students for the course this fall.
YogaWorks is comprised of 23 studios located throughout California and New York City. The company has trained thousands of new teachers in more than 80 different cities across the country. The 200-hour teacher training is designed for serious students and aspiring teachers alike, and provides them the tools to teach and practice skillfully and safely.
For more information regarding YogaWorks Teacher Training click here or call 530-550-8333.
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