You come to a point in your yoga journey when you realize there is no end to your practice (Abhyasa). It’s a continual accumulation and deepening of learnings, practices and experiences that when committed to in a steady effort, guides your life in the direction you want it to go.
The purpose of this 300-Hr Advanced Teacher Training is in providing you with the guidance, insights and passion to continue discovering and deepening your personal and yoga teacher journey.
This advanced training is an extension of the topics discussed in our 230-Hour Vinyasa Flow Immersion & Teacher Training program, where you will be exploring different disciplines of yoga, ayurveda and meditation more deeply with a teacher team of locals and internationals who want to share their diverse disciplines and passions with anyone interested in this training program. All that is asked of you, is to be open to going deeper and forever practicing.
All of the teachers here will share their roots and experiences in living yoga including: Ashtanga Vinyasa, Vinyasa Flow, Restorative Yoga, Yoga Nidra, Tantra Advaita, Ayurveda, Vinyasa Flow sequencing, advanced assisting & adjusting, yoga therapy, body reading & yoga injury prevention practices, breathing & pranayama, Pre-Natal Yoga and the business of Yoga.
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Eric’s yoga roots are in Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga. He was fortunate to learn from some of the most experienced & respected teachers in Canada, Ron Reid, Diane Bruni & Marla Meenakshi Joy. This is where Eric first experienced Yoga Nidra and this led him to a passion as a student and teacher of Yoga Nidra. Yoga eventually brought Eric to Germany where he deepened practices in other various styles including vinyasa flow. His passions for yoga anatomy, Yoga Nidra, the energetic body & Tantric Advaita deepened over the years in studying with teachers Anna Rossow, Jennifer Reis, David Keil and Peter Marchand. One of his greatest passions is Yoga Nidra. Eric has been guiding Yoga Nidra meditations for years now and has developed his own 40-Hour Yoga Nidra Teacher Training program open to everyone. He has had the opportunity to travel and teach classes, workshops and teacher trainings in Germany and Canada and has written articles for various online and print publications including Yoga Journal, Insight-Timer, PersonalityMag, Yoga Aktuell, Happy Mind, Fuck Lucky Go Happy and MoMazing. Living in Hamburg for the past 11 years, Eric is rooted in his studio community, PEACE OUT YOGA where students can attend any of his classes founded on a multi-style vinyasa flow with a non-dogmatic approach that benefits the modern-day body and mind that challenges each of us.
A daily yoga practice accompanies Anna on the path of introspection and inspiration. Anna has been practicing Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga, in the tradition of Sri K. Pattabhi Jois, for almost two decades. She considers herself very fortunate to have learned from the greatest masters of the Ashtanga Yoga method, such as Richard Freeman, Nancy Gilgoff, Chuck Miller & Maty Ezraty. Her valued teacher Cole Dano from Finland has accompanied her to an optimized practice for years. Anna is fascinated by the Ashtanga Yoga method, which brings the “blind spots” of our body-mind connection into light. Anna is a naturopath and learned osteopathy for five years at the International Academy of Osteopathy. With her keen eye and understanding of details, Anna can help her students to notice and solve stuck movement patterns. A joyful and healing practice is guaranteed.Show more
In short, Peter Marchand has been involved in the Vedic tradition from a rather young age and met Harish Johari when he was 20 years old. He remained his only teacher until he left his body 19 years later. Since that time Peter has had many other teachers and started teaching himself in 2005. In this time, Peter has written 4 books including the 2006 Yoga of Nine Emotions, 2007 Yoga of Truth, 2019 Love Your Ego, and the 2022 Tantric Advaita and has published over 100-hours of free teaching video's on his Youtube channel. Peter’s emphasis lies in teaching people in-person, or rather on personally guiding them to correctly apply the teachings of Tantra Advaita in their own life situations. Peter has learned the Tantric healing arts from Kedar Upreti, a seventh generation tantric healer from the Tantric & Ayurvedic Healing Center in Kathmandu - Nepal. If you have had the experience of an ongoing physical, mental/emotional or spir-itual difficulty and can't seem to get rid of it in the usual ways, then Tantric healing might be something for you. Peter’s practices also support spiritual development and practice and many of his healings can also work long-distance.Show more
Alexander is a renowned Osteopath and Health-Coach with more than fifteen years of clinical experience in treating functional musculoskeletal disorders. A lot of his patients practice yoga on a regular basis, and Alexander himself practises Ashtanga Vinyasa and Vinyasa Flow Yoga. Alexander has a solid educational and practical background in the fields of chiro-practic, osteopathy and neural therapy. It is these experiences that have also given him a deep understanding of Body Reading and Yoga injury prevention practices. Accompanying the scientifically oriented study of osteopathy, Alexander has deep-ened his knowledge of the particularly gentle craniosacral therapy in a three-year training at the Swiss Cranio School under the German pediatrician, Rudolf Merkel. Alexander’s range of therapies is rounded off by a diverse selection of advanced training courses in the areas of osteopathy, chiropractic, medical taping, applied kinesiology and, of course, topics from classic naturopathy. Fifteen years of professional practice as a naturopath and osteopath with approx-imately 6000 patients treated have allowed Alexander’s wealth of experience to swell. His therapeutic work has found consistent positive feedback from patients locally and abroad.Show more
Claudia was born in New York City and grew up in Germany. One can certainly call her a globetrotter, having travelled and studied in places like North & Central America, India and Europe. While working as a contract manager in her past, the desire for a more holistic ap-proach arose in her. During her journey’s, Claudia encountered the fascinating and inspiring world of yoga and an Ayurvedic lifestyle that became her passion. As a passionate yoga teacher and Ayurveda student, she deepened her knowledge in India and travelled from there to Albuquerque, New Mexico in the US to study with world-renowned Ayurveda specialist, Dr. Vasant Lad. Here she successfully completed a two-year full-time Ayurveda training with Dr. Lad. She has studied all aspects of Ayurveda, including herbs, nutrition, different thera-pies, Jyotish, anatomy and assisted Dr. Lad with clinical clients and translations during his seminars and presentations in Germany, in which she is very grateful for. Claudia’s Ayurvedic teachings are complimented with yoga therapy trainings, a 500-hr. Ayuryoga training and 500-hr. Yoga Alliance certified Teacher Training that was completed in 2013 in Ireland. Today, through her devotion and love, she shares her Ayurveda and yoga knowledge and experiences in helping people on their individual path towards more inner harmony and balance.Show more
Simon Borg-Olivier, MSc BAppSc (Physiotherapy) APAM c-IAYT, has been practicing traditional forms of posture, movement, breathing, and mental control for 50 years. He has been teaching yoga for 38 years and has been a registered physiotherapist for 23 years. Simon works as a research scientist and a university lecturer. He has been regularly invited to teach about lifestyle, posture, movement, breathing, and meditation at conferences, festivals, and intensive teacher training courses internationally since 1990. He is also co-director of YogaSynergy, one of Australia’s oldest and most respected yoga schools, which has a style based on a deep understanding of modern medical science and traditional forms of exercise and therapy from all over the world. Simon has studied with great traditional masters from Tibet, Japan, India, and China. Along with his business partner and fellow physiotherapist, Bianca Machliss, Simon has co-authored many books and scientific articles including ‘Applied Anatomy and Physiology of Yoga’, which is the textbook for two courses they teach at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia. Currently, Simon conducts intensive training courses in India, Bali, Europe, and Australia. He also teaches many online courses on the applications of posture, movement, and breathing for fitness, internal health, wellbeing, and longevity.Show more
Evi is the founder and owner of yoga:yes. She has her professional origins in the hotel industry and has been a trainer in the areas of communication, management development, team processes and promotion, behavioral structures as well as stress management and resilience (various persolog® approvals, NLP® master/Dr. Richard Bandler) since 2000. In 2012, she became self-employed with the companies yoga:yes and hospitality- and more (advanced training for the hotel, catering and tourism industry). Evi has completed her 500-hours of training in Vinyasa Yoga and has always taken every opportunity to further her education at home and abroad. She has been practicing and teaching Vinyasa, Yin and Fascia Yoga for many years. Evi also practices Thai yoga massage and supports people with disabilities through therapeutic yoga. Her passion for didactics and language can be experienced in her classes via the structure and emotion, with which she sensitively picks up on her students, challenges them and still leaves a lot of freedom for the discovery of their own yoga. Evi also conducts trainings for yoga teachers, coaches in teaching didactics and supports yoga teachers and students on their way to independence through advice and regular workshops. In addition to her work as the author of her book "The Guide" (published in May 2019), she writes regularly for publications including the "German Yoga Forum", which is the specialist journal of the BDY Federal Association of Yoga Teachers in Germany e.V.Show more
Eva combines a sporty, dynamic approach with a passion for creative, flowing sequencing in her classes. In addition to her Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga roots, she is shaped by her training in classical ballet and dance. The focus of her classes is on building secure foundations, understanding your own body and the ability to respond to individuality and different levels in group lessons, so that practice always offers the possibility for everyone to push one's own limits in a safe framework. She studied with and has been influenced on her yoga path by Julie Choi Trepkau and Ronald Steiner (Ashtanga Yoga), Simon Borg Olivier (Yoga Synergy), Kathrin Bruni-Young (Mindful Strength) and various teachers of the Vinyasa style and movement inspirations outside of the world of yoga.
Alexandra is both a midwife and a Yoga teacher. She received her midwifery diploma in 2003 and has been working as a freelance midwife since then, initially in Würzburg, where she opened a midwifery practice with a colleague, where she offered prenatal care, home births, labor support, af-tercare and courses. In 2008 Alexandra moved near Hamburg. Since then, she no longer works in ob-stetrics because, as a mother of five children at the time, she no longer wanted to be on call 24/7. Alexandra was always looking for new inspiration, especially in re-training courses for herself, and she ended up taking her first yoga steps, which soon developed into a passion and led to her yoga teacher training in 2012, which she completed while pregnant. It was precisely this experience that helped her, as a yoga teacher, to be able to modify almost every yoga position for the respective student with all its peculiarities. The desire to bring both professions together soon arose and so Yoga Circus was born. A yoga studio in Buchholz with an affiliated midwifery practice, was founded in 2015. Here Alexandra offers a wide range of yoga programs for mother and child, but also trains yoga teachers and offers prenatal and postnatal Yoga classes and trainings. She attaches particular importance to well-founded knowledge that is immediately applied in the practical training and an individual teaching style that corresponds to the personality of the respective teacher which she develops together with students in her trainings.Show more
Why PEACE OUT YOGA?
The Advanced Teacher Training Team offers over 173 years of combined yoga practice and teaching experience.
Focus on Yoga Physiology
We believe that a thorough understanding and application of functional yoga-based anatomy, body reading, breathing and pranayama, and injury prevention practices contribute to a more adaptive and fulfilling yoga practice and teaching experience.
Different Meditation Methods
There is not one meditation method for everyone. From Patanjali's Ashtanga Yoga to Vipassana to Tantra Advaita and Yoga Nidra, students have the opportunity to better understand and practice different methods here. This knowledge will help you to choose a suitable method for your own meditation practice as well as your yoga classes.
Maximum Contact Time
With our 300-hour Advanced Teacher Training program, we offer 274 hours of face-to-face contact with our teaching team. This means more individual attention for the students.
Creative & Interactive Teaching Styles
With a wealth of expertise, each teacher offers a creative and interactive learning experience that benefits the learning styles of all students.
In order to be able to guarantee the best possible support, the number of participants is limited to a maximum of 20 students in-studio.
Students who attend the 300-Hour Advanced Teacher Training program will receive a 10% discount on any upcoming workshops at PEACE OUT YOGA for the duration of the teacher training period.
Yoga Alliance Certified
Our Advanced Teacher Training will meet Yoga Alliance (AYA) standards. Upon successful completion, you can register yourself with AYA as 300-Hr. advanced certified yoga teacher.
ADVANCED TEACHER TRAINING
Here is an overview of the module topics, teachers, dates and descriptions of our full 300-Hr. Advanced Teacher Training program. Modules can also be booked individually. If you are interested, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Founded in the teachings of B.K.S Iyengar, restorative yoga offers students many benefits to the physical, emotional, and mental body.
In this module, students will gain a deeper understanding of how to create a personal practice for themselves and how to structure restorative yoga classes for different audiences of students.
Topics include: history, philosophy, background and benefits of restorative yoga. Yama and Niyama Principles in Restorative Yoga. Physiological, emotional and mental effects, setting intentions, preparing the body – with dynamic yoga poses and relaxation techniques, effective breathing and pranayama techniques, effective supports for different bodies, demonstration of poses in the studio and in online courses, student support – verbal, physical, energetic, effective teaching voice – Words and the power of silence, student emotions arising and how to deal with them, structuring different Restorative theme classes, practicing and guiding the 6 Restorative Yoga categories and the importance of a Restorative Yoga practice for teachers .
In this module, trainees will learn about the functions and location of many internal organs, as well as how the nervous system works and sub-divides into pathways based on location and function.
The students also learn how the internal organs and the nervous system work together and influence each other.
Finally we go through the aspects of the energy body and what similarities we can find between the yogic texts on the energy body and western medicine’s knowledge of the nervous and endocrine systems.
Once we understand how these systems work, we can see how we can support mental and physical well-being with yogic practices. The trainees are introduced to these topics with a 2-hour lecture each day, as well as easy to understand and accessible yoga practices tailored to these topics. These practices include kriyas, pranayama, asanas and meditation. We also adapt hands-on adjustments and partner work to make all this new information part of the daily toolbox that trainees can use when teaching.
The word “tantra” is associated by many in western society with spiritual sexuality, which is only a very small part. Tantra basically means “to change our energy” and Tantra Advaita is the central philosophy of the ancient tradition of Tantra Yoga.
It is also the knowledge of the non-dual energy of the Self.
When we think, read, or hear someone talk about the Self, we get a taste of pure being quite easily. This taste is experienced as a blissful feeling, which is an energy, but when the lecture is over or the book has been read, the blissful feeling is easily lost. When that special sense of pure being is lost, pure being itself is perceived as lost.
Tantra Advaita teaches us to understand and use these “changes” to bring back… and keep the unique energy of the Self.
This module provides you and your students with insight and practice on how to find your way back to the Self through conscious change in your energy and the means by which you can sustain the sense of Self within your energy.
Topics include: An Introduction to Tantric Advaita, Guided Meditation on Self Awareness, The Soul’s Spiritual Journey, The Power of Sound, Guided Chanting, The Power of Space, The Relaxation of Elements and Senses, The Power of Prana, Guided Pranayama, Rasa Sadhana in Integral Yoga, developing your rhythm, the meditation process and a question and answer session. Upon completion of this module you will have a deeper understanding of tantric advaita and how it energizes the practice of nonduality so that you can truly enjoy life in pure being.
This module is about learning about yoga injuries and how to prevent them through body reading & healthy movement practices.
The focus is on the shoulder girdle, spine and knees.
The focus here is first to review the functional anatomy and mechanical relationships of these body parts. More emphasis is then placed on the individual’s understanding of potential biomechanical vulnerabilities & enhancing the yoga student’s daily routine to prevent injury.
Knowing this, attending students will learn how to minimize the risk of yoga injuries for themselves and their students by strengthening these weak points through functional training methods that incorporate a mix of theory and hands-on practical approaches.
Ultimately, each student attending this module aims to provide the tools to assess their student’s risk of injury by assessing their functional status through static and dynamic observation and standard clinical tests that can be used in yoga classes and yoga privates.
As the oldest system of medicine in the world, Ayurveda is the sister science of yoga and a life science promoting healing, health and longevity.
This module is about exploring the world of Ayurveda and understanding the basics so that attending students can apply and practice Ayurveda more effectively in their personal lives and adapt it to yoga classes via the “Ayuyoga” principles.
Topics discussed and practiced in this module include: History & Philosophy of Ayurveda, 5 Elements, 3 Doshas – Vata, Pitta & Kapha and how to recognize their energies and qualities, 3 Gunas – what are they and how to interpret them , discover your own dosha constitution, sub-doshas, 3 pillars of the disease – nutrition, sleep, daily life, balancing the doshas, Ayurveda & nutrition with the 6 tastes of Ayurveda, the stages of the disease according to Ayurveda, diagnostic tools & daily routines for well-being.
All of this is presented in a way to improve an attending student’s Ayurveda knowledge, their daily well-being as well as that of their yoga class students.
In this in-depth 4-day training, you will be provided with the skills to both better understand their own Yoga Nidra practice and to lead others with a heightened sense of knowledge, confidence and creativity.
You will experience first-hand how Yoga Nidra inspires and enlivens life. With many forms of yoga nidra evolving from the original version, a traditional approach to learning and practicing yoga nidra is discussed and practiced that utilizes the 5 sheaths known as Koshas in yoga.
In this traditional method, 8 unique stages of Yoga Nidra and their relationship to your koshas are explained. Students are guided first to understand, then to experience, and finally to guide other students safely through a Yoga Nidra practice.
This training uses visual, auditory, and kinesthetic methods to help students understand concepts more easily, making it suitable for all learning styles. A full list of topics covered in this training can be found here.
This module will cover explanations of breath control and some of the precautions students should be aware of.
Theoretical and practical aspects of breath control will also be the focus. Below is a detailed overview of the theory topics covered:
Functions of breathing and possible effects of respiratory regulation, effects of hyperventilation (breathing more than normal) and hypoventilation (breathing less than normal), breathing in yoga postures and other movements, The 12th “Bridges” between the conscious and unconscious and how to use them during breath control, spinal breathing (learning how to use the entire core of the body to breathe), understanding the kriyas, mudras and bandhas of traditional hatha yoga and traditional pranayama.
Practical exercises include: re-learning natural breathing in simple to complex postures and simple spinal movements, basic breath control exercises without complex muscle activations (breathing cycles between 20 and 60 seconds in length). Individual learning to lengthen and improve inhalation, exhalation and breath holding, breath control exercises with an emphasis on breath holding and the use of Mueller maneuvers (use of Bandha in the Nauli Kriya cycle of Indian Hatha Yoga), Intermediate to Advanced Breath control exercises that include the emphasis on inhalation breath holding and the use of Valsalva maneuvers (breath cycles between 30 and 60 seconds in length) how to approach more advanced breath control exercises that emphasize both exhalation and inhalation, breath retention and using Mueller maneuvers and Valsalva maneuvers (breath cycles up to 120 seconds in length), strengthening the pelvic floor with breath control, understanding the 6 Kriyas of Hatha Yoga and how to easily approach using the spine.
Movements to complex paths as used in the next section in Shakti Chalani Pranayama and combinations of hyperventilation and hypoventilation (rapid overbreathing followed by prolonged breath holding) with the possible incorporation of bandhas and nauli kriya (Shakti Chalani Pranayama). Time is spent recognizing where the participating students are presently in their breathing and pranayama practice and adjusting this module accordingly.
In this module, attending students will learn techniques to make yoga classes a larger part of their lives and ultimately make a living from it.
On this journey into yoga self-employment, topics such as business planning, calculation, sales, marketing and other relevant topics are presented and discussed interactively.
Opportunities and risks of self-employment as a yoga teacher and the tasks associated with teaching are discussed. Self-employment for yoga teachers (trainers, mini-jobs, small businesses, freelancers or commercial) is also discussed. Basic business knowledge is taught and the students receive valuable and relevant information on legal, tax and insurance options (this event does not include personal tax advice) as well as an insight into travel law in connection with yoga retreats.
The aim of this module is for yoga teachers to work with a solid structure, clarity, joy and satisfaction.
How do I give my yoga class that special something?
How do I engage and inspire my students? Where do I get inspiration from?
How do I design an engaging Dharma Talk and incorporate it into the classroom?
What does “creative sequencing” mean?
How do I plan my lessons in a time-saving, efficient and sustainable way?
How do I make my lessons meaningful, safe and engaging?
How do I adapt my lessons to different target groups (e.g. different levels) without great effort?
How do I focus on the different levels in mixed classes?
How do I work meaningfully towards a target pose (Maha pose)?
How do I find the right framework for my lessons?
In this module, we will go into these and other questions about planning Vinyasa Flow classes. The intent is not to pass on any particular type of sequencing as universal, but to share fundamental ideas, tips, and values that can be applied to different types of lesson planning, designed to help students and teachers have inspiring, meaningful, and sustainable classroom experiences.
Each day begins with the practice of a thematically clearly defined and meaningfully structured lesson and its breakdown. Following this, students and teachers share previous teaching experiences and sequencing methods, and review the basic building blocks of Vinyasa Yoga sequencing and the teaching methodology for group classes.
The basic sequencing taught in Peace Out Yoga’s 230-hour Immersion & Teacher Training is briefly reviewed and then a method for freer and more creative sequencing of classes with a specific goal/climax and pose (Maha Pose) presented.
In addition to space for exchange and discussion, a high proportion of practical work will be part of this module. In addition to the pure “tools” with which teachers can plan the lesson, time is also spent on implementation (example: applications in the classroom).
In this module, students complete a certified Pre-Natal Yoga Teacher Training. Accompanying women during the special time of pregnancy, watching their bellies grow week after week and looking forward to the birth is fun and exciting.
With a yoga class, you as a teacher can alleviate pregnancy symptoms, offer women a small oasis in which they have more pregnancy space, reduce fears and strengthen self-confidence.
Through breathing and relaxation exercises learned through yoga, women can help themselves during childbirth, which is particularly helpful in times of midwife shortage, when the birthing woman is often left alone.
Topics related to pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum round off this module and make each individual class a very special experience.
The anatomical, gynecological and psychological background knowledge that you will receive in this training, together with applications and knowledge of lesson planning, gives you the necessary security to plan and teach yoga classes in a pregnancy-friendly manner.
“A key goal in adapting and supporting students is to adapt the yoga posture to the body and not the body to the posture.” – Quote.
This is an important foundation that you need to understand and practice for yourself and with students. As yoga teachers, we must first understand the difference between an assist and an adjustment. Once this is understood, we need to know when to apply an assist or adjustment to a student.
This decision must take into account things such as a student’s build, age, past and present physical and mental conditions, and a teacher’s level of experience. We want to develop a positive teacher-student relationship.
This can be accomplished by considering four factors: intimacy between teacher and student, trust, timing, and how “in their body” a student is, or how much kinesthetic intelligence they have. When a teacher goes too deep in a student’s adjustment, the risk of negatively affecting that student’s yoga experience in the future increases, especially if the four factors are not followed. Assist or adjust with understanding, mindfulness, and compassion, and the student will connect more deeply with their “inner teacher” because of your thoughts and actions as a teacher. The more effectively a teacher can guide a student to connect with their “inner teacher” through appropriate assisting and adjusting, the more positive impact this will have on fostering a student’s transformation into a life with a deeper sense of Ahimsa (being gentle) and Satya (Truthfulness), which ultimately guides them on the path to the realization of their essence. Yes, mindful assisting and adjusting can create this kind of chain reaction in your student.
Topics covered in this module are: Supporting and Adjusting Definitions, Differences and Reasons, Review of Supporting and Adjusting Basics, Preparing and Building Relationships with Students Before Classes Begin, Safe Movement for Yoga Assistants, Approaching and Withdrawing from students, effective communication of assists for different learning styles of students – visual, auditory, kinesthetic, effective verbal cues support. (Talk & Practice), Observing, Assisting and Adjusting Intermediate to Advanced – Standing and Core-Based postures, Arm Balances and Inversions, Backbend Postures, Seated and Back Twists and Forward Bend Postures. Time will also be given to support and accommodate hyper-flexible students and students with specific musculoskeletal conditions such as knock knees and bowlegs.
In order to receive the certificate of completion, the attending student must fulfill the following:
Final practical exam in preparing and conducting a 45-minute class or workshop on a topic agreed upon with the lead teacher. Passing the practical final exam.
Submission of a written thesis (DIN A4, 5-8 pages, Arial, font size 11, line spacing 1.5), in which the topic of the practical final exam is theoretically prepared. Passing the final written exam.
The teacher training team lead a yoga class with the attending students. This is followed by the graduation ceremony and certificate awarding in-studio.
Maximum number of participants
20 students in-studio (to ensure individual attention and high quality).
In order to provide flexibility for a student’s personal life vs. teacher training hours, all modules are between 1 and 3 days long and take place on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays (Yoga Nidra is Thursday-Sunday). The topics are distributed in such a way that there is always enough time to learn, digest and apply what students have learned.
The daily training times are: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. with a lunch break from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
04.-07.05.23 (Thursday-Sunday Intensive)
08/20/23 (live stream only)
Requirement for successful completion
If you are participating in the complete 300-Hour Advanced Teacher Training, a 90% attendance rate must be achieved for the entire Advanced Teacher Training plus completion of all homework and passing of all written and practical module tests.
Pricing Options – Complete 300-Hour Advanced Teacher Training
A deposit of 500€ is required upon registration to reserve a spot.
There are 2 payment options:
1. Pay the total price for the teacher training in advance.
2. A monthly payment plan.
1. Full payment option
500€ non-refundable deposit plus 1 of the following 2 options:
Until 06/30/22 = 4,300€
Until 10/31/22 = 4,600€
2. Choice of monthly payment
500€ non-refundable deposit plus 400€ per month from December 2022 to November 2023.
Choosing one of these 2 payment options includes all teacher training modules and associated training materials. The price does not include travel, accommodation, meals, training literature/books and other incidental expenses incurred by the student.
After registration, a student will receive an invoice from PEACE OUT YOGA stating the payment deadlines and amounts owed.
Pricing Options – Individual modules
9-Hour Module = 152€
Business of Yoga (for teachers & studios) with Evelyn Schneider
15-Hour Modules = 285€
Tantra Advaita with Peter Marchand
Body Reading & Yoga Injury Prevention with Alexander Mallok
Art of Advanced Assisting & Adjusting with Eric Bennewitz
25-Hour Modules = 475€
Restorative Yoga Training with Eric Bennewitz
Energetic Body Anatomy with Anna Rossow
Science of Ayurveda: Personal & Yoga Class Applications with Claudia Tank
Breathing & Pranayama with Simon Borg-Olivier
Creative Sequencing: Methodology & Applications with Eva Sasse
Pre-Natal Teacher Training with Alexandra de Jong
30-Hour Module = 570€
Practical Presentation & Exam & Feedback with Eric Bennewitz & Eva Sasse
40-Hour Module = 760€
Yoga Nidra Teacher Training with Eric Bennewitz
Full payment for any module is due no later than 10/31/22. A spot is only reserved once full payment has been received and a confirmation E-mail returned to you by PEACE OUT YOGA. We recommend registering early as spots for individual modules is limited.
All payments are to be made by bank transfer to Eric Bennewitz, PEACE OUT YOGA account as specified on the invoice:
IBAN: DE08 4401 0046 0323 0734 66
In the event of a late or non-payment of the amounts mentioned, the right to continue the training, including all services included in the training, expires. There is then no possibility of reimbursement of payments already made.
Cancellation policy – Participation in complete 300-Hour Advanced Teacher Training
Cancellations must always be communicated in writing by email to email@example.com. The deposit of 500€ paid upon registration will not be refunded in case of cancellation. The following cancellation conditions apply:
• Until 06/30/22: deposit of 500€ will be retained, no further cancellation fees will apply.
• Until 07/31/22: 50% of the total participation fee will be retained.
• Until 09/30/22: 75% of the total participation fee will be retained.
• From 01.10.22 cancellations are not possible and 100% of the participation fee is retained.
Fees withheld. De-registration after the start of the teacher training program is not possible without exception.
If the minimum number of participants for the teacher training is not reached or if PEACE OUT YOGA has to cancel the training for another important reason, PEACE OUT YOGA will reimburse the students 100% of the registration fee already paid. Services or products already purchased by students for travel, accommodation, meals, books, etc. are excluded from reimbursement by PEACE OUT YOGA. In the unlikely event that the teacher training is canceled, PEACE OUT YOGA recommends that registered students purchase “seminar insurance”.
Cancellation policy – Participation in individual modules
Full payment reimbursement is applicable for any reason before 10/31/22.
After this date no payment reimbursement is possible for any reason, however you can transfer your paid spot to another person wishing to attend the module. In this case, please write PEACE OUT YOGA at firstname.lastname@example.org providing us with the name and email address of the person who is replacing you.
Certificate of Completion
Students who complete the full 300-Hours will receive a certificate of completion from PEACE OUT YOGA for the Advanced Yoga Teacher Training program. The training will be certified by AYA (American Yoga Alliance), which means students can submit their certificate to AYA for updating their yoga teacher status. Registration with AYA and the associated fees are not part of the PEACE OUT YOGA teacher training program and must be borne by the student. If a student has completed a 200-Hour Basic Teacher Training program to become an educator, the 300-Hour certificate also gives them the opportunity to apply to the statutory health insurance companies to run prevention courses. This process is also not part of the PEACE OUT YOGA teacher training and must be carried out by the student. We cannot guarantee that your application to a health insurance company will be accepted by them.
If you are interested in our completed 300-Hour Advanced Teacher Training, please complete the below registration form and contact us at email@example.com. If you are interested in participating in individual modules, please write us at firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate which module(s) you are registering for.
“Before the 250-hour immersion and teacher training, I had been practicing yoga, but I never felt all of the power and magic of it until I attended this training! Eric, Eva, Anna & Michael are very unique, caring, and experienced teachers who emphasize “awareness”. This training showed me that while yoga has changed a lot in the modern world, the traditional aspects remain strong. “
‘The Immersion & Teacher Training is in a wonderful and loving studio atmosphere. The teachers are excellent and share a lot of their personal experiences. Every student was given personal attention in addressing their personal yoga practice and the path they find most passionate and fitting to them. The training has provided me with so much input and was very inspiring. Very recommended!’
‘At the beginning of my teacher training wasn’t sure if I would like to teach at all, now I can hardly wait. Thank you Eric, Eva, Anna & Michael for all of your knowledge that you shared with us. I was allowed to learn so much, for myself, about myself and thus also for other yogis. ‘
“The immersion training was a great challenge for me. Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga as a consistent practice has taught me to let go of my own expectations and to reflect on my old patterns and transform them step by step. In particular, learning that “consistency” is key. The Yoga Nidra meditations helped me to heal and grow. I would recommend this training to anyone who really wants a strong foundation with teachers with high expertise in traditional yoga and a solid knowledge of anatomy and living a holistic yoga lifestyle. “
This 250-Hour Yoga Teacher Training was a wonderfully enriching experience for me, even after many years of yoga practice. The teaching team led by Eric generously and non-dogmatically shared their in-depth knowledge with us. In addition to the yoga philosophy, there is a special focus on anatomy, which is discussed again and again in different contexts throughout the training, even after the intensive week. So now I have a solid foundation to build on. I can heartily recommend the training if you want to delve deeper into your own practice and/or even toy with the idea of teaching yourself. For me, the teacher training was the continuation of my own yoga journey, which will never end.
“Trained … forever practicing,” to paraphrase Eric.
‘Super experienced team!’
‘I have been a student at PEACE OUT YOGA for over 5 years and I was convinced that they would offer me a highly professional Yoga Teacher Training. Having completed the Immersion & Teacher Training, I would really recommend this training to anyone! It is extremely interesting, very organized, structured and full of surprises.’
‘The 250-hour Immersion & Teacher Training at PEACE OUT YOGA helped me to better understand yoga and my relationship with yoga. The knowledge and insights shared were very helpful to me in starting my journey as a teacher. Anna, Eric, Michael & Eva were able to share and teach us through their own deep practice and knowledge. If you are looking for a teacher training program that is built on a solid foundation of a general understanding of yoga philosophy, a good basic understanding of the anatomy of the body and its relationships, then this is the right training for you. “