Sekoia Teacher Training
with Karine Wascher and Michele Vinbury
Sekoia Teacher Training will complement and enhance your 200 Hour teacher Training experience by enriching sequencing, playlists, dharma themes, essential oils, and energetics. Learn to align the five senses during this vibrant multi-sensory yoga experience.
Join Sekoia Yoga Founders Karine Wascher and Michele Vinbury to become a certified Sekoia Teacher.
WHAT IS SEKOIA?
Sekoia™ is your invitation to a vibrant multi-sensory yoga experience. Walk through the door and into a sanctuary where your body, mind and spirit will be uplifted and energized. Sekoia's holistic approach blends smooth vinyasa flows with music, therapeutic oils, meditation, restorative poses and koru essential energy touch. These elements are richly woven into themed classes and designed to activate Prana, restore balance and awaken a deeper connection to yourself and your body.
Becoming a Certified Sekoia Teacher allows you to:
Teach Sekoia at any studio in your community
Use Sekoia Logos and Marketing Templates
Carry Sekoia Essential Oils in Your Affiliate Studios
Receive 10% off all Sekoia Apparel and Lifestyle Products (excludes essential oils)
And requires a one time $200 Sekoia Teacher Registration Fee (included in price of program)
3-Day Teacher Training will include:
Teacher Training Manual
5 Class Plans to Include Themes, Sequences and Recommended Oils
3 Class Playlists
1 sample Sekoia Essential Oil
Follow-up Sekoia Coaching Call
Invite to Exclusive Sekoia Teacher Facebook Page
Topics Covered during the training:
Sekoia Class Philosophy
Using Essential Oil Therapy
Foundations of Pranayama
Meditations and Mudras
Dharma Theme Development
Integration of Modalities Into Class Sequencing and Theming
This program assumes you already have, or are obtaining, your 200 hour teacher training certification.
Continuing Education Requirements:
In order to maintain certification teachers are required attend one Sekoia workshop a year.
Dates and Times:
Friday, April 20th from 6:00p to 9:00p
Saturday, April 21st from 9:00a to 5:30p
Sunday, April 22nd from 10:00a to 5:30p