August 5, 2018 | 8am - 5pm

Join Brooke Hamblet, founder of Indigo Yoga, and January Shannon, senior teacher and lead assistant at Indigo, for this all day elective that will further your working knowledge of hands-on assists. Utilizing Baptiste methodology, you will go beyond the basics and learn deepening and therapeutic adjustments that will further your value as an instructor and empower you to adapt assists to meet any student’s needs. This workshop is suitable for 200-hour certified yoga instructors with previous assisting training.


WHAT MOST TEACHERS DON’T HAVE: Voice Training & Public Speaking, Presentation, & Performance Skills

August 11, 2018 | 8am - 5pm

At Brooke Hamblet Teacher Training School, we want you to be heard as well as seen. While all yoga teacher trainings emphasize modeling and practice, most fail to develop an impactful spoken presence. In our voice coaching and public speaking elective, join BHTTS expert contributor, Douglas Davidson, in a journey to find your true voice. This day-long, intensive workshop, conducted in a group setting, includes two 45-minute yoga sessions led by Brooke Hamblet. The world is waiting for what you have to say — BHTTS can help you share it.

*For participation in this workshop, educators will receive 8CEU credits. Must have 200RYT



October 26 - 28, 2018 | Times TBD

To affect the broadest change, bring your love of yoga to those most in need. Brooke Hamblet Teaching Training School presents Outreach Yoga: A Continuing Education Elective. This workshop is suitable for 200-hour certified yoga instructors with a passion for transformative yoga. 
Students will gain experience with yoga’s applications for trauma, addiction, and mental health, participate in varied class structures, and learn how to teach in a clinical setting. 


Nicholai Bachman


November 30 - December 2, 2018

The Origins of Yoga: Where did yoga come from? What is the larger context of yoga? Where do Sanskrit, mantra, tantra, and Ayurveda fit in? Exploring the structure and basic content of primary yoga texts can give us a broader view of yoga.
Sanskrit Basics for Yogis: The science of yoga is filled with Sanskrit vocabulary. Teachers and practitioners of yoga, Ayurveda, or meditation can benefit from learning how to pronounce Sanskrit with correct breath, resonance, rhythm, and tongue position. We will talk about Sanskrit as a language, learn pronunciation basics, and practice reading many common yoga terms and posture names.
Asana Names and Stories: The Sanskrit names for yoga postures provide a standard reference that can be used anywhere in the world. So, for teachers of yoga, it is important to know them. When the asana names are vocalized with correct pronunciation and rhythm, it adds a whole new dimension to the postures. We will also explore the reason or story behind the name of each posture.
The Yoga Sutras:
The Yoga Sutras is an ancient Sanskrit text that explains what yoga is in its broadest sense. Taking a bird’s eye view, we will examine its history and structure, then discuss what The Yoga Sutras is really about, focusing on certain key concepts and the overall purpose of this monumental work.
Understanding Suffering: Pain and suffering can reveal otherwise hidden aspects of ourselves and provide an opportunity to move forward and learn from the past. By understanding these aspects of ourselves, we move a step closer to enabling a quiet and still heart-mind, and making conscious, appropriate, and well-thought-out choices and actions.

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