Has yoga changed your life? Would you like to share and inspire others to follow the same path? Join our course to build on your confidence, strengthen your authentic voice, and learn how to share the magic of yoga with the world.
This program is perfect regardless if you are looking to become a yoga teacher, or are simply interested in learning more and strengthening your personal practice. Join Janet Corvino and Kanami Anderson on this transformational journey to gain a deeper understanding of this ancient practice! You will receive your 200 hour Yoga Alliance accredited certification upon graduation of this course.
Janet is a yoga instructor, yoga teacher trainer and Life Alignment coach. Born and raised in NYC and now living in the mountains of Whistler, BC, Janet is part homebody and part gypsy. She loves her home in the mountains as well as exploring the world through travel. She created Soul City Yoga Retreats to create travel and yoga experiences for her students. As a result, Janet has been travelling the world and teaching internationally. Yoga and Life Alignment Coaching are tools to get you to live a life of purpose and passion through aligning your core values with your actions.
Kanami has been teaching yoga in Niseko for 10 years, and is the founder of the Powder Yoga Niseko studio. She is an E-RYT 500 hour Certified Teacher with Yoga Alliance, a Mat Pilates Instructor, a Traditional Thai Masseuse, and has also worked as a whitewater rafting river guide for 12 years before she decided to focus more on Powder Yoga. Yoga keeps her strong, focused, and flexible so she can play the sports she loves, wanderlust around the globe, and make a living along the way. Sharing her love for yoga, health, wellness, travel, pilates, sport, and the great outdoors is her ultimate passion.
Dubbed the “Aspen of Japan”, Niseko is an up-and-coming hotspot, home to some of the best ski slopes in the world. It is known as one of the snowiest resorts on the planet, and has been credited as the #1 Ski Resort in Asia. The resort includes a bustling village at its base with lively nightlife and shopping, but is most famous for its highly coveted “champagne powder” – snow that is very light, dry, and smooth, arguably the best for skiing.
Along with your yoga studies, you will have plenty of time to take advantage of the things that make Niseko special: the natural hotsprings (or onsen in Japanese), Japan’s world-famous cuisine, and the opportunity to connect with the potent energy from the active neighbourhood volcano Mt. Yotei. The soothing onsens are recognized for their purifying health benefits, and students are encouraged to use them as often as possible! There are many to choose from in the area
During the course you will call the cozy and friendly Powder Yoga studio your home! It is located right at the base of the Niseko United Ski Resort, footsteps away from the main resort of Hirafu. Your rest days during the course will be flexible, and Kanami will make sure to keep track of the weather, and schedule in your days off whenever there are powder days. There will also be many opportunities to take what you learn in the classroom, and transfer them out it into the world and your daily life in Niseko.
If you are thinking that now is the right time for you to do Yoga Teacher Training…it definitely is! We are here to support you every step of the way.
Our comprehensive 200-Hour Teacher Training Program will transform your practice, pass on the ancient teachings of yoga, and give you all the tools required to teach a solid Hatha, Power, and Flow yoga class. Our curriculum is Yoga Alliance approved, and upon graduation you are eligible to become a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) with the largest international nonprofit association representing the yoga community. You will also have an incredibly supportive community to help you on your journey, and you will gain lifelong friends during the course who will continue to support you for years to come.
The principles of teaching, cueing, assisting, demonstrating, theming, sequencing, and how to put together a well-rounded and thoughtful Hatha, Flow, and Power Vinyasa class. Learn hundreds of poses in both their English and Sanskrit names, and the foundations of each pose from the ground up.
Learn the western anatomy of bones, joints, connective tissue, muscles, breathing, nervous and circulatory systems, injuries, and as well as basic prenatal yoga. You will also learn the energetic effects of yoga on the body, and will study PRANA in detail. What it is, the different techniques that direct prana, Kundalini energy and it’s infinite potential, the chakra systems, bandhas, Ayurveda, the vayus, and the nadis.
Practice different styles and techniques of meditation and pranayama (yogic breathing exercises) everyday. Develop a deep understanding and connection with both so you can easily share their immense benefits with your students.
Study Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras and how these teachings provide a very real model that can be applied to daily life. You will also get to discuss and learn in detail about Yoga’s journey to the West, and the most influential yogis of our time.
Discuss the ethics of yoga, code of conduct, and important qualities of a successful teacher. Learn about the business of yoga, defining your mission, marketing yourself, and setting your goals and dreams.
The fastest way to becoming a great yoga teacher is practice, practice, and more practice. Students will be given plenty of classroom time to plan many styles of classes: from a challenging, fast-paced Power practice, to a super mellow, relaxing yin stretch-out, and everything in between. Emphasis will be made to try different classes out on each as often as possible during and after the course. This is a great opportunity to receive feedback, get creative, and learn from one another.
8:00 – 8:30 am
Morning meditation & review
8:30 – 9:30 am
9:30 – 10:30 am
10:30 – 11:30 am
Practice to integrate teaching & anatomy principles
11:30am – 1:15pm
Group class yoga practice
1:15 – 2:30 pm
2:30 – 3:30 pm
Asana lab: alignment, risks, variations
3:30 – 4:30 pm
4:30 – 6:00 pm
6:00 – 7:00 pm
Adjustments, practice teaching
7:00 – 7:15 pm
Chanting, pranayama and closing
*Schedule is subject to change
Weekly schedule will rotate 5 days on 2 days off, and may adjust slightly in order to work with powder days (so everyone can get up the hill!)
Hi there! Let me know if there is anything I can help you with. Please send me a message with any questions, comments, or thoughts about my upcoming 200 hour teacher trainings.— Kanami Anderson (Owner/Director Powder Yoga Niseko)