Union/Yoga and The Homestead team up to offer Yoga instructor certification

Sandra Carden, owner-director of UNION/YOGA will be offering yoga-teacher certification program at the Homestead beginning Jan 31. The Glen Arbor Sun reports:

Nearly anyone interested in becoming certified may participate in the upcoming training at The Homestead; the only prerequisite for the 200-level program is two years of prior yoga experience. The 7 a.m. to 4 or 5 p.m. daily studies (there are no days off during the 28-day program) will include anatomy, physiology, yoga’s medical and scientific benefits, yoga lifestyle and ethics, Sanskrit, teaching and methodology, and practical business skills such as marketing and advertising. Time will be set aside each day for hands-on public teaching experience and yoga practice, the latter to learn yoga poses (asanas) and techniques. Students receive one hour for lunch and those wanting total yoga immersion can partake of vegetarian-style, East Indian-Asian cuisine. Class participants can enjoy a 50-percent discount on services at the resort’s Spa Amira, open 10-6 on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays or by appointment during the week.

For more information, read the article at the Glen Arbor Sun or visit www.unionyoga.com

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