Unnata Aerial Yoga Teacher Training
Program Dates: 3 Weekends in 2018:
June 21-23 (Thurs-Sat)
July 26-28 (Thurs-Sat)
Aug 9-12* (Thurs-Sunday)
*Group training hours will end Saturday. Students will complete their training with a private 1-hour meeting scheduled either Saturday evening or Sunday day. Traveling students will be given scheduling priority for Saturday.
(100% attendance required)
2223 E 35th St, Minneapolis, MN 55407
Instructor: Becky Stella
Variable Testing Days: Sat, 8/11; Sun 8/12. Required attendance will be determined in June with priority given to long-distance travelers. You will be scheduled to attend at least 11 hours during these two days. If you have a schedule conflict, please email [email protected] to inquire.
Schedule: The Unnata Aerial Yoga Teacher Training course provides a great deal of information in a relatively short amount of time. Course days span 9 hours, including a lunch break.
Cost: $1500 (Deposit $500 due by May 20 or option to pay in full; tuition balance due June 13.)
All tuition fees, application fees, course materials, and licensing fees are included in the above costs. (Meals and lodging not included; email instructor for lodging suggestions.)
To Apply: Please complete the online application here or email [email protected]
About Your Instructor
Both yogini and aerial acrobat, Becky is dedicated to the Unnata Aerial Yoga method. She sees the hammock as a powerful prop for people of all levels of physical ability to find wholeness, freedom, and healing, and creates a nurturing environment for yoga students to both re-examine and deepen their yoga practices on and off the mat.
Becky grew up studying dance and various movement arts and began a devoted yoga practice in her early 20s. She completed her first yoga teacher training certification in 2005 and later helped develop and coordinate the Yoga Study teacher training program at the Yoga Center of Minneapolis for five years. In 2009 Becky studied under Michelle Dortignac to became the first Unnata Aerial Yoga instructor in the Midwest.
Over the past decade she has continued her studies in emotional and physical yoga therapeutics, as well as study with Gary Kraftsow, Max Strom, and others. Now an experienced Unnata teacher trainer, she leads yoga trainings and workshops in the US and internationally.