are you ready to make an impact?
We know you’re busy. You’re juggling eight million things and keeping it all together, while still looking for deeper ways to impact the world. You feel both inspired and daunted by the opportunities that exist to make a difference, and you’re ready to find an avenue to channel this motivation through.
Through a social justice lens, and being conscious of how to bring the philosophy of yoga off the mat and into the evolving and challenging landscape of today’s environment, Jewel City Yoga’s 200 Hour Teacher Training includes everything from anatomy to meditation, sequencing to Sanskrit, and especially finding your voice. You’ll leave feeling personally fulfilled and confident leading a thoughtful yoga class.
why jewel city
There are a lot of yoga studios out there, and if you’ve been to class at Jewel City Yoga on Franklin Ave and Smith St, you know that there’s a certain something that sets us apart. Our friendly and compassionate teachers, vibrant and diverse community, the feeling of openness and inclusion that hits you right as you walk into the studio - that’s the vibe you can also expect from your 200 hour training with us.
meet your team
Lead by ERYT 200 and Jewel City Yoga Director, Jillian Schiavi, your TT team includes some of the most dynamic and diverse yoga teachers across Brooklyn. With their own individual strengths, talents, and areas of specialty, you’ll have a go-to teacher for each Module, and a variety of perspectives to try on. Together, the team exudes compassion, creativity, and a cohesive approach to holding the space for our future teachers. Click below to find their public classes, and be sure to say hello!
200 HR TRAINING DATES + TIMES
We meet every other weekend, starting on January 19th, for an in-depth (yet spacious) exploration of everything from the Yoga Sutras and philosophy to anatomy, posture-breakdown, and a whole heckuva lot of practice teaching. Mark the dates to the right on your calendar, and get ready to cozy on up in the studio with us Friday evenings, Saturdays, and Sundays.