Yoga Tree SF Announces a First of Its Kind in Yoga Training Programs Offering Nine Majors
San Francisco, CA, May 15, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Yoga Tree SF, The Bay Area’s Premier Yoga Center and Yoga Alliance 5-star rated training program, introduces the next generation in yoga teacher training through the option to specialize in a variety of majors in its 500 Hour Program. Majors include Yoga and Psychology, Therapeutic Yoga, Alignment-Based Vinyasa Yoga, Women and Yoga, Flow Based Yoga, Gentle and Restorative Yoga, Yoga Philosophy and General Studies.
“We are the first in our field to offer teacher trainees the option to specialize, and pursue their passion at Yoga Tree SF,” said Tim Dale, co-founder. “Yoga Tree SF is committed to be a place for world class teachers to both teach and train. This addition to our training program is a reflection of our commitment to grow with the community. As yoga continues to increase in popularity, our community’s needs change as their practice and knowledge deepens.”
This new model for training teachers provides a unique educational experience and allows the yoga professional community to more effectively serve the rapidly growing body of students with interests and needs that are as diverse as the community itself.
Teacher trainee, Ericka M. speaks to the program’s effectiveness: “There are many yoga teacher trainings out there, but none compare to Yoga Tree. It is the Harvard of yoga schools!”
The training program is directed by Darren Main, a nationally renowned yoga teacher, meditation instructor and author.
Yoga Tree SF, founded in 1999 by Tim Dale and Tara Dale, is the San Francisco Bay Area's premier yoga studio with 9 locations, bringing you the best teachers from around the world. Offering over 300 classes a week, as well as workshops, intensives, immersions and both a 200 hour & 500 hour Yoga Alliance Certification trainings. Yoga Tree offers a variety of yoga styles including Hatha, Vinyasa, Restorative, Prenatal, and Therapeutic Yoga to name a few. Although we offer a variety of styles of yoga, all of our classes share one thing in common: a comfortable, safe space in which to explore the body, mind, and soul.
View the Yoga Tree SF website for the yoga class schedule at http://www.yogatreesf.com. Connect with Yoga Tree SF on Facebook to find out about our introductory offerings, and follow us on Twitter, and Instagram. Additional information about the 500 Hour Yoga Tree Teacher Training program can be found online at http://www.yogatreesf.com/teacher-training.html.