200 hour yoga teacher training
January - May 2019
Monday 6, 13, 20, 27
Sat. & Sun. 4, 5, 18, 19
Monday 3, 10, 17, 24
Sat. & Sun. 1, 2, 15, 16
Monday2, 9, 16, 23, 30
Sat. & Sun. 7, 8, 21, 22
Monday 6, 13, 20, 27
Sat. & Sun. 4, 5, 18, 19,
*26 Seva Project
Monday 4, 11
Sat. & Sunday 2, 3, 16, 17
$200 Non-Refundable Deposit to hold your spot, plus $3,100 Tuition
$200 Discount when paid in full by Dec.1st
5, 6, 7 month payment plans available
The Jamie Surya Yoga Studio 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training has a registered and approved curriculum with Yoga Alliance and was created for students who want to become yoga teachers and/or looking to deepen their own practice.
Jamie E-RYT 200 has owned the Jamie Surya Yoga Studio RYS 200 since September 2012. Jamie has been practicing Yoga since she found it at 18 years old as a way to ease the pain that comes with life. With connection to the philosophy of Yoga, Jamie’s teaching is deeply rooted in the ancient art of the practice, along with an emphasis on anatomy and physiology.She views Yoga as a method to heal, strengthen and support the body, mind and soul.
Jamie is trained to teach Yoga and meditation specifically for people who have had traumatic brain injuries through the Love Your Brain Foundation. She is also trained to adapt her current classes to fit the needs of an individual with TBI. She also offers Trauma Sensitive Yoga, including anxiety, depression, eating disorders and substance abuse.
Jamie creates and facilitates community events with lululemon athletica, to fundraise, raise awareness and support multiple organizations locally and globally. In 2015, she was nominated and selected from ambassadors around the world to attend the Annual Ambassador Summit in Whistler, BC where she participated in 4 days of self-development workshops, presentations from lululemon’s development and product team, and seminars with Tracy Hutton.
what will you learn?
Ancient Roots of Modern Yoga
Different Styles of Yoga
Ancient Yogic Texts
8 Limbs of Yoga
Yoga Sutras of Patanjali
Business of Yoga
Anatomy & Physiology
Prenatal & Kids Yoga
Anatomy & Physiology, Teaching the Asanas
Andres M. Alves has a Doctorate in Physical Therapy and has been working as a Physical Therapist for the last 5 years at Helen Hayes Hospital. His jiu jitsu practice and in-depth work with the body led him to his first yoga class, where he quickly felt the benefits of both body and mind. Always looking to learn more, Andres found the Jamie Surya Yoga Studio and after developing a consistent practice, he decided to take the Open Heart Yoga Teacher Training at the Jamie Surya Yoga Studio. Andres is inspired by the beauty of movement, deep healing, and his understanding of the body on many levels. Each one of his classes include an extensive understanding of anatomy, attention to safe and logical movement, all tied with the freedom to take your body where it wants to go.
Trauma Sensitive Yoga, Yoga for Anxiety, Yoga for Depression and Yoga for Eating Disorders and Addiction
Hayley, a long time yogi and advocate for mental health awareness, specializes in trauma sensitive yoga for eating disorders. After graduate school, Hayley landed her dream job working as a therapist and yoga teacher at The Body Image Therapy Center in Washington, D.C. Both her graduate program and yoga teacher training emphasized the importance of trauma sensitive care as well as community outreach. Because of this, her education has prepared her to share the yogic experience with diverse populations while maintaining a mental health informed approach to her work. Hayley believes in the therapeutic benefits of yoga and feels strongly about the healing affects it can have on the mind and body. By integrating yoga with a psychotherapy framework, Hayley encourages clients to be where they are - on and off the mat. When students come into the full present moment, they can develop the confidence to transform. On many levels, therapeutic yoga is different from other types of yoga. When Hayley is offering a therapeutic yoga class, her hope is to create an authentic and safe haven where students can fully work through the asanas and in turn, begin to work through their emotion or psychological barriers. She regularly incorporates pranayama, mantras and meditation into her classes. Most importantly, she gives people permission to take care of themselves during the practice, to listen to their bodies, to honor their bodies, and to do whatever they need to nourish and support themselves in the moment. Hayley feels honored to participate in JSYS Teacher Training year after year. She is looking forward to sharing this information with a new group of passionate yogis!
Bhakti Yoga - Mantra, Chanting, Harmonium
Nicole D’Andrea, E-RYT-200, YACEP, graduated from the Garden State Yoga teacher training program in the spring of 2013 under Jody Domerstad and has been teaching wholeheartedly ever since. She came to yoga as a means of reducing stress and tension in her life during college and quickly found so much more. She learned that the regular practice of yoga not only transformed her body, but allowed her to start a conversation with herself that continues to reveal the nature of her soul.
Nicole holds a deep love for the human form and is formally educated in movement science and therapeutic exercise. She has worked professionally with the body since 2007 and she is passionate about helping others feel better in their bodies. She has been invited to lead yoga teacher trainings on the anatomy of yoga asana and has been praised for her easy manner and accessible approach to a complex subject.
In April of 2014, she completed an advanced training in bhakti yoga at Laughing Lotus NYC during which she learned to merge her two great loves: movement and sound. She often leads kirtans, workshops, and teacher training programs on bhakti and chanting across New York and New Jersey.
Nicole is honored to share her knowledge and lead a class that's full of creativity, music, healing, and heart. She is the owner of Blackbird Yoga Studio in Haworth, NJ.
Gina Turner is the ultimate multi-hyphenate. Raised in New York, Gina Turner is a yoga teaching, internationally touring, multi-label releasing DJ, producer, radio host, mother and label boss. She is the co-founder of The Divine Movement and helps run The Third Thing Network with her Partner, Tim Rothschild.
After experiencing a traumatic neck injury, in which she used yoga and chair yoga exclusively to rehabilitate it. In 2012 Gina was certified with her 200hr YTT through Yoga Alliance certified Frog Lotus International, in Vinyasa Flow. Gina is also a certified Prenatal Yoga Instructor with a long time passion for Ashtanga and Inyengar Yoga. Gina loves to fuse her passions of spirituality, nonduality, yoga and music to create a one of a kind experience that welcomes all with an open heart.
Most Recently, Gina has developed a deep love with yoga therapy, and how to prevent rehab injuries with this healing practice. She has also started studying with A Society of Souls in Impersonal Movement 1&2 and is currently training with Nondual Shamanic Voyaging.