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  • Yoga is Evolution. Yoga Service is Revolution. This is not your ordinary 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training. Learn to bring yoga not only to the studio, but to folks who will never make it into a studio but instead find their flow in clinics, shelters, schools and neighborhood parks.

  • Practicing yoga means practicing justice. In this training explore trauma informed yoga as an act of social justice and dig deep into your own practice to examine how service to others is service to self. Yes, introspection will be required.

  • Who said down dogs can’t wag their tails? Learn to teach developmentally appropriate and playful yoga to young children, age 3 – 9.

  • Learn how to teach yoga to youth, age 9 – 18, including not only the practicalities involved with teaching youth in unusual spaces like schools and after school settings, but also skills to bring the reluctant teen around to the blessings of yoga.

  • Learn the art of teaching yoga to individuals with a trauma history, and the science of the impact of trauma on the brain and body and the role of yoga and mindfulness as a healing tool, for others and for yourself.

  • Participate in a Service Yoga Intensive, 1+0+8 Trauma, Bodhi Seeds and 108 Youth trainings. Great for yoga teachers who want to supplement their traditional yoga teacher training with trauma informed practices and skills needed to teach in yoga service outreach settings.

  • Peg’s yoga class offers a dynamic combination of strength, sweat and soul. Her style emphasizes sound alignment with an unpredictable flow. While challenging, it remains accessible to most beginners. All classes are by donation and 100% of donations go directly to 108 Monkeys to support yoga trainings and programs for service organizations and schools in New Haven.

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