Join Katie Brauer and Danny Arguetty at Yoga Six in San Diego for a 200-hr Teacher Training!
Transform your practice and deepen your understanding whilst cultivating an integrative approach to living Yoga. Open to possibility, gain insightful tools for conscious living, and learn how to guide others in this time-honored tradition. Steep yourself in a sold foundation of fundamental aspects as you deepen and cultivate your ability to teach from intuition and inner wisdom.
In this 200-hr Yoga Alliance accredited training you will:
Learn tools to structure and create a cohesive, dynamic, well-rounded class
Receive instruction in fundamental anatomy and physiology
Learn creative techniques to ‘stoke the fire’ warming joints, muscles, & muscle tissue
Discover the value of yoga postures on a physical, mental, & emotional level
Experience the power of potent breathwork
Immerse in an introduction to meditation
Employ the art of creative sequencing
Receive an overview of subtle anatomy, koshas, chakras, and vayus
ïExplore the various streams of yoga philosophy
Gain the confidence and tools to teach
Learn about marketing & the business of yoga
2 Immersions & 6 Weekends
***OFF Weekends – Oct 26-28th, Nov 23-25th, Nov 30-2nd
About the Teachers
Katie Brauer, E-RYT Director of Teacher Trainings & Yoga Programming Yoga Six
Katie Brauer is an International Yoga Teacher and featured teacher on Gaiam TV. Known for her progressive approach and inspirational teaching style she infuses her extensive studies in Craniosacral Therapy, Kung Fu and Somatic Movement into a progressive approach to yoga teacher training that invites students to feel inspired, aligned and fully alive, on and off the mat. Katie is the Director of Yoga Programming and Teacher Trainings for Yoga Six and shares her love of yoga at Festivals nationwide and leads Yoga Retreats and Teacher Trainings around the world.
Danny Arguetty, M.A., E-RYT, Co-Director
Danny Arguetty, M.A., E-RYT, is the author of Nourishing the Teacher: inquiries, contemplations & insights on the path of yoga. He has studied and practiced extensively in the Kripalu and Anusara approach to yoga and blends a mix of skillful alignment cues, playful postures, and creative vinyasa flows to facilitate a heart-opening journey of conscious inquiry. Danny links the potency of asana practice and nature to the possibility of living in the world with mindfulness, skillfulness, and heartfelt intent. He is adjunct faculty at Williams College, teaches at Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health and is a Nutrition, Health, and Life Counselor. Danny continues to dedicate his time to further study with his primary teacher Dr. Douglas Brooks, one of the leading scholars on Tantra in the West.