This 200 hour training will provide deep instruction on all 8 limbs of yoga, a basis of meditation, integrating Buddhist philosophy and how that all ties together with enlightenment.
Deepen and strengthen your personal practice
Complete intensive study of asana and class sequencing
Build a firm background in ashtanga, hatha, vinyasa and anusara methodology
Receive instruction on core texts of Mahayana Buddhism
Learn meditation methods and teaching tools
Practice and understand pranayama
Assimilate physical and subtle body anatomy with alignment principles, including meridians, chakras, and channels
Understand neurophysiological applications of yoga and meditation
Learn trauma-sensitive models of bodywork
Learn how to properly give hands-on adjustments
Utilize service and outreach as opportunities for spiritual growth
Read and understand classical Yogic and Buddhist texts
Train in Three Jewels signature class elements
Observe and transcribe Three Jewels classes
Practice teaching and receive feedback from mentors
Get unlimited classes for the duration of the training
Upon completion of the training, you will receive a 200-hour certificate from Three Jewels, which you can then use to apply to be a 200-hour Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) with Yoga Alliance. Teachers will be credentialed for participation in special projects through Three Jewels including in-house teaching, community initiatives and international service. Beyond Three Jewels classes, our instructors currently teach at corporate workplaces, shelters, schools and more. We do not guarantee employment upon graduating, but you will be more than ready to begin teaching and building your personal brand regardless.
Practice requirements, community involvement and home study will link the weekends together, giving students the opportunity to apply lessons to real life throughout the training. Students will be required to complete written homework and required reading of ancient and modern texts through the training. It is expected that students will maintain a regular yoga practice and a daily meditation journal.
Have a consistent personal yoga practice
Complete full attendance in the training (there are no make up classes, but everything will be recorded)
Complete all readings, homeworks, final exam and presentation
200 HOURS | 10 WEEKENDS
Friday - Sunday: FEB - MAY, 2020
Fridays | 6 - 9PM
Saturdays & Sundays | 9AM - 6PM
Allison Joy Phillips is the Director of Yoga at Three Jewels. She teaches yoga and meditation classes that guide students toward an authentic living experience of the practice, off the mat, in their daily lives. She launched Three Jewels' inaugural Yoga Teacher Training in 2017 to foster a deeper sense of connectivity between practitioners and to share authentic, lineage-based tradition with the world. She has trained continuously for the past several years at studios across the country. In 2014, she graduated from Sarva Yoga Academy and has worked closely with founder, Michael Hewett, ever since. She completed Advanced Yoga Teacher Training with a specialization in Yoga Therapeutics and Restorative Yoga with Michelle Baker and Kelly Haas of Swan River Yoga in New Orleans. She completed 108 hours of Tibetan Buddhist Meditation Teacher Training with Hector Marcel, Venerable Thupten Phuntsok and Coco Korniczky. Her continued focus has been on primary source texts, alignment, spinal health, aromatherapy, Thai Yoga Massage and Yoga Nidra. She teaches across the country, privately in New York City, at studios, conferences and for corporations. She credits her practice as the driving force that allows her to serve her community selflessly and work tirelessly for the liberation of all beings everywhere.
Coco Korniczky has been practicing yoga and Tibetan Buddhism for over 25 years. She recently completed a traditional 3-year solitary meditation retreat in the Arizona desert. Coco has trained for thousands of hours in various lineages of yoga including Kundalini yoga through the Agni Teacher Training, the Yoga Dharma Teacher Training, the complete Tibetan Heart Yoga Series, and the Mysore Ashtanga and Anusara lineages. She graduated from the Asian Classics Institute, and the Advanced Studies in Vajrayana at Diamond Mountain University. She is licensed in numerous movement and healing modalities including pilates, gyrotonics, and Eastern and Western massage therapies.
Rose Erin Vaughan, MSAc, is a Yoga practitioner and teacher, Anatomy specialist, Acupuncturist and Trigger Point Therapist. She holds a Master of Science in Acupuncture, a BS in Biology, published 2 books on the subject of Yoga and Meridians and has led numerous trainings and intensives in Yoga and Acupressure worldwide. She studied Yoga extensively with master Yogi Sri Dharma Mittra. Her other great teachers include Sri Bhagavan Das (Mantra and Bhakti), Geshe Michael Roach and Hector Marcel. Her training in a variety of modalities, techniques, sciences and philosophies has helped her to establish a contemporary and unique approach to Yoga, Physical, Emotional and Spiritual development.
Anneke Lucas founded Liberation Prison Yoga in 2014. As a survivor of child sex trafficking and extreme violence, she used elements of her own healing journey to develop programs based on how she would have wished to be treated in her young adult life. A close analysis of those people who were able to get through to her when she was shut down by trauma forms the cornerstone of LPY’s philosophy – for Liberation teachers to become those people; aware and unconditionally present for their students.
Anneke is an advocate for sex trafficking survivors and also speaks on the subject. She is writing a book about her healing journey, Seeds Beneath the Snow: Post Traumatic Growth and Purpose in Dark Times represented by Sam Hiyate at The Rights Factory
Sierra Alea is a 500 RYT yoga teacher. She received her training at YogaWorks in NYC. Her passion lies in exploring movement and breath within her body, while cultivating connectedness within her community.
Sierra's focus is to create space in areas of the body that are stiff while promoting strength and ease. Her classes are playful in exploration and kind to the body with a heavy emphasis on alignment.
$3500 (paid in full by JAN 25)
Early Bird: $2950 (paid in full by DEC 15)
Application Deposit: $250
A deposit of $250 is required which will be applied towards your tuition if accepted into the program. The deposit will be returned if you are not accepted.Tuition is also non-refundable.