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Jennifer Clarke

Wakeful Heart Yoga

A Yoga Teacher Training

and Immersion Program






Contact and Payment Information



Dates TBA - depending on when the pandemic is declared over

Fridays - 5-9

Saturdays 12-7

Last Sunday of the month 12-5 


Module A

  • Eight Limbs

  • Standing Asana

  • Ethics of a Teachers

  • Intro to Vinyasa

  • Power Dynamics

  • Planting the Seed of the Teacher: Inner Authority Exercise

  • Pranayam and Meditation



Module B 

  • Trauma Sensitive Yoga

  • Vinyasa - The Sun Salutations 

  • Neck and Shoulder 

  • Anatomy: The Ribcage, Shoulder Girdle, Wrists, Hands 

  • Emotional Intelligence 

  • Pranayam and Meditation

  • The Four Paths of Yoga 

  • Pranayam and Meditation 



Module C 

  • Backbends 

  • Yoga Nidra

  • Yin Yoga

  • Forward Bends 

  • Twists 

  • Experiential Anatomy: The Spine 

  • Sequencing 

  • Subtle Body 

  • Non-violent Communication and Languaging



Module D 

  • Inversions 

  • Arm Balances 

  • Restorative Yoga 

  • The Art of the Other 

  • Hatha Yoga Pradipika 

  • Anatomy: The Organs 

  • Yoga Sutras 

  • Pranayam and Meditation 

  • Sequencing 

  • Practicum


While all material will be covered.  Contents may shift depending on group needs. 

















Yoga Philosophy

  • Eight Limbs of Yoga.  

  • Ethical Foundations. 

  • Four Paths.  

  • Sacred Texts (Yoga Sutras, Hatha Yoga Pradipika, Bhagavad Gita.)

Yoga views the body as a temple of the Divine and the world and everything in it as sacred. Yoga Philosophy sets the foundations of yoga practice by exploring the sacred scriptures of yoga- Yoga Sutras, Bhagavad Gita, and Hatha Yoga Pradipika and their relevance to modern life.  


Anatomy, Sequencing and Asana

  • Skeletal System

  • Muscular System 

  • Nervous System

  • Lymphatic System

  • Digestive System

Access creativity to organically build a sequence.  

Experiential Anatomy, accessing our experience of our body to learn our anatomy. 


Yoga of Communication and Conflict

  • Conflict and Power.

  • Emotional Intelligence. 

  • Non-violent communication. 

  • Art of the Other.

The Yoga of Communication and Conflict applies yogic princples and conflict resolution skills to personal, professional, familial, and intimate relationships to help us understand ourselves, our values, and our deepest needs and aspirations. With this clarity, we can learn to communicate with kindness and compassion for ourselves and others.


Prana/Qi, Bodymind Connection and Healing

  • Meditation 

  • Visualizations.  

  • Mantra and Sound

  • Movement. 

Mantra is to the mind what asana is to the body. Mantra is the most sophisticated yogic tool to interrupt habitual thought patterns and replace them with patterns of harmony. Mantra and sound explore vibration, resonance, and singing as a practice to clear subtle blockages, open the heart, and embody our authentic voice.





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