Yoga Bloom® is uniquely recognized with it’s practical modular system, mentoring, practicum, and quality curriculum. Yoga Bloom® Training curriculum covers the theoretical and practical sides of yoga, and consists of Contact and Non Contact Hours. Main course work will be taught by Cora Wen E-RYT500®, with additional expertise of professionals trained in Yoga Asana and Pranayama, Anatomy and Physiology, Sanskrit and Yoga Philosophy, History and associated modalities.
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Hours will include asana and pranayama observation, practice, therapeutic methodologies, anatomy, physiology, and hands-on teaching under the guidance of Core Faculty
If you currently hold a 200RYT, you will have 500RYT status once all requirements are fulfilled.
Completing all hours provides 200RYT status
Contact Hours vs Non Contact Hours
All outside resources chosen to support training and relevance to yoga and/or anatomy and physiology.
Non-contact hours are part of curriculum and include:
- Reading, Audio/Video, Online Support with reports, discussions, presentations and tests
- Written Assignments; all categories except Practicum
- Group Activities including discussion, technique and teaching practice
- Evaluation of Classes outside of program; each class with a written evaluation, up to 2 hours of credit towards Techniques, Teaching Methodology or Practicum
The following senior teachers are Yoga Bloom affiliates, and up to 50 hours of workshop and Teacher Training hours can be credited:
Judith Hanson Lasater – www.judithlasater.com
Elise Browning Miller –www.ebmyoga.com
Roger Cole – www.yogadelmar.com
Richard Rosen – www.piedmontyoga.com
Ramanand Patel – www.whereisrama.com
Tias Little – www.prajnayoga.com
Doug Keller – www.doyoga.com
Leslie Kaminoff – www.yogaanatomy.org
Hours with other teachers are subject to approval and must be documented as an E-RYT500, or have training in subject of minimum 100 hours of education and experience.