Welcome to Land and Heart Yoga Teacher Training. Yellowknife Yoga Teacher Training
Yellowknife Yoga Teacher Training. I’m so glad you’re here!
You’re thinking about signing up for 200 hours of Yoga Teacher Training. That’s a big decision! Yoga Teacher Training July 2021.
Yoga is steeped in history and simultaneously rooted in the present moment.
- an inquiry into your own reasons for practicing yoga
- a lesson in yoga’s history and
- a collaborative approach to teaching
Yellowknife Yoga Teacher Training. I call this training Land and Heart Practice as a reminder of our connection to the land. Yoga is practiced by all kinds of people because it teaches a universal truth.
We are all connected to the land and to each other. Yellowknife Yoga Teacher Training
In this program, you’ll examine your relationship to yourself, to others and to the land through the lens of yoga.
Welcome to the program.
Be receptive to new ideas and acknowledge every teacher.
I have been practicing yoga since 2001 and teaching since 2010. I created Land and Heart Teacher Training in 2017.
Kate’s Yoga Certificates
300-hour YTT Hatha Yoga, Ajna Yoga School (2010)
100-hour YTT Ashtanga Yoga, Loka Yoga School (2016)
50-hour YTT AcroYoga, AcroYoga Inc. (2017)
50-hour YTT Ashtanga Yoga, Manju Jois (2017)
15-hour YTT Yin Yoga, Carly Forest (2017)
I also have a certificate in community coaching from the National Coaching Certification Board of Canada (NCCP) and a Master’s Degree in Adult Education from Athabasca University.
Kate’s Yoga Story
In 2013, I launched my website and blog, Yoga Uttara. In Sanskrit, Uttara translates to mean “north” or “up.” My home is in Yellowknife in Canada’s Northwest Territories, so describing my yoga practice as “way up there” is significant.
Since I started teaching in 2010, I have dreamed of leading a yoga teacher training. This 200-hour YTT is the result of many years of practice, contemplation, teaching and writing. The program successfully launched in June 2019! Photo gallery from June/July 2019 here.
By signing up to be a student of Taiga Yoga School, you will also be a teacher. The practice of yoga is dynamic because it pays equal merit to its history and teachers and its present and students.
Yoga is about mental fortitude, physical strength and steadiness of mind. Practicing yoga provides me with the strength to overcome physical and emotional challenges. Teaching yoga provides an outlet to share my passion. Writing about yoga captures the journey. I am excited to have compiled what I know into a 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training and I look forward to telling my stories and hearing about your perceptions and knowledge of yoga.
Every yogi is a teacher and a student.
Meet you on the mat.