The Four Foundations of Mindfulness for Yoga Teachers
This 4-week course is a systematic introduction to the Buddhist underpinnings of mindfulness for yoga asana teachers who would like to bring mindfulness into their teaching appropriately, with confidence, and with understanding of its original lineage. (This workshop will also benefit any dedicated yoga asana practitioner.)
In addition to didactic teaching, guided meditation, and Q&A, each class will include a yoga/mindfulness practice to demonstrate techniques for layering body-based and mindfulness methods. The first session will include an overview of the intersections of yoga and Buddhism.
Sponsored by the Boston Center for Contemplative Practice. Online only at this time.
Four Sundays: (Times are EDT-U.S. Use Time Zone Converter to determine your local time.) Week 1: 3-5pm Week 2: 10am-Noon & 1-3pm Week 3: 3-5pm Week 4: 1-5pm
$175, $200, $225 sliding scale (you choose)
Yoga Alliance CEUs: 12 non-contact hours (1:1 make-up sessions available). Participants are invited and encouraged to also attend Sarah Jane's Thursday 6-7pm (EDT) yin yoga/mindfulness class for the month. To increase CEUs, contact Sarah Jane.
“Sarah Jane is passionate about her subject matter and presents it in a clear and relatable way. She takes time to listen and fosters an environment of respect. I highly recommend this.” ~June 2020 participant
“Sarah Jane's depth of expertise is impressive. This course also allows for the unique cultivation of sangha amongst fellow yoga teachers, a connection necessary for further learning and growth.” ~Seetal Cheema, MD, in California
“As a teacher of teachers, Sarah Jane encourages sensitivity to our students’ needs. It is a deeply enriching experience to be in her presence and learn from her.” ~June 2020 participant
“Sarah Jane is a gentle and humble guide into the world of mindfulness. She shares her vast knowledge and wisdom with a welcoming and warm nature. My heart is grateful for the lasting experiences, resources, and community we shared in this course.” ~Tania W. in Massachusetts