yoga teacher training

Yoga Teacher

Learn how to work with students with Parkinson’s & other movement disorders

November 16 & 17, 2019
10am - 4pm

Lotus Tea Bar & Studio 710 SE Fidalgo Ave, Oak Harbor, WA

Gain an Understanding
of the symptoms, treatment and management of the disease to better understand the students behind those symptoms

Discover Specialized Approaches
to asana and pranayama designed especially for people with movement disorders

Acquire Methods
for modifying and adapting to a variety of levels

Practice Hands-on Sequences
with a yogi with Parkinson's & with fellow teachers

your abilities (and your client list) to benefit students with movement disorders

Highlights from previous
Teacher Training Programs

"One of the best continuing education courses I've ever taken."

"I loved every minute of this course."

"Comprehensive and informative. Very thorough."

"Renee's experience with yoga and PD was invaluable."
About the Presenters
Renee Le Verrier, E-RYT, is the author of Yoga for Movement Disorders (winner of the Eric Hoffer Health book award). She has taught and presented throughout the U.S. & Canada, including the World Parkinson Congress and the American Parkinson Disease Association. A stroke survivor and person living with Parkinson's, Renee teaches a weekly online class sponsored by the Northwest Parkinson’s Foundation. Her yoga blog has been named Best of the Web by Healthline.

Maria McGee, CYT, owner of Lotus Tea Bar & Studio, believes in yoga for every body. She is certified in teaching senior yoga, kid’s yoga and prenatal yoga and has trained in anatomy & alignment, therapeutic yoga and yoga for Parkinson’s. Maria weekly and bi-weekly classes include Fitness through Yoga, Gentle Yoga and Chair Yoga.

Jordan Whitley, MSW, is the Community Engagement Specialist for the Northwest Parkinson’s Foundation.