2013 Pawtucket, RI Program
200 hour Viniyoga Wellness Instructor
- Jan 19 - 21 | Sat - Mon (Mon is MLK Jr. holiday)
- Feb 16 - 18 | Sat - Mon (Mon is Presidents day)
- Mar 9 - 10 | Sat - Sun
- Mar 30 - 31 | Sat - Sun
- Apr 20 - 21 | Sat - Sun
- May 18 - 19 | Sat - Sun
- Jun 8 - 9 | Sat - Sun
- Jun 29 - 30 | Sat - Sun
- Jul 13 - 14 | Sat - Sun
- Aug 3 - 4 | Sat - Sun
- Aug 24 - 25 | Sat - Sun
Breathing Time Yoga, 541 Pawtucket Ave Unit 105, Pawtucket, Rhode Island
SALE PRICE: $3300.00
Save $200 when you register/pay in full by 12/31!
Regular Tuition: $3500
Payment Plan: 9 payments of $388 each.
Start payments in advance with recurring payments on a monthly basis. Pay at least 30% in advance.
Students who don’t finish certification requirements with within 4 months of the final training date must pay an AVI re-entry fee of $75 and $40/hour to the lead teacher or faculty assistant for mentoring calls, review of home-study, final project review and any additional mentoring.
LODGING OPTIONInfo coming soon
Karen Lee, E-RYT, Certified Yoga Therapist
I am a yogini: that means yoga is the way I live. Yoga has been a path to wholeness for me, a transformation and healing from posttraumatic stress disorder. My life path has had a bit of the nitty-gritty: but whose hasn't? It is my passion to pass along the gifts of yoga so that others too can heal and grow.
I have a Master of Arts in Teaching from Rhode Island School of Design, and I am an American Viniyoga Institute (AVI) teacher at the 500-hour level, and an AVI Certified Yoga Therapist, registered with the International Association of Yoga Therapists, where you may view a full profile of her experience, training, philosophy and publications. I am an E-RYT 500 with the Yoga Alliance. View Karen Lee's profile on LinkedIn
Aggie Stewart, MA, is a certified yoga teacher at the 500-hour level. She trained as both a yoga teacher and a yoga therapist with Gary Kraftsow, founder and director of the American Viniyoga Institute (AVI). A member of the International Association of Yoga Therapists (IAYT), Aggie has presented on her yoga therapy work with people who have rheumatoid arthritis at IAYT’s Symposium on Yoga Therapy and Research and is preparing a paper on that work for publication in International Journal of Yoga Therapy, an annual, peer reviewed journal of scholarly and research-based articles related to yoga therapy. She has a particular interest in yoga therapy’s efficacy for addressing the effects of trauma and a wide range of auto-immune conditions. She teaches Back Care Basics (a 2-part series), Tension Tamer at Breathing Time Yoga.A professional writer and editor as well as a yoga therapist, Aggie incorporates art and creativity into all levels of her work with clients. In 2012, she joins AVI as faculty in training for its professional training programs.