Voyager Program Structure The Wanderlust Voyager Program is structured to fit your schedule and is broken into three main pieces: A pre-training, consisting of 25 hours of supplemental self-study per module. Modules, broken into four, 50-hour, in-person segments that can be taken at any time in any of our locations, as long as you take them in progressive order. A post-training, completed after all four modules have been finished, includes 100 hours of at-home, online review and reflection, and a charitable seva project. Voyager Program Breakdown Pre-Training Each module includes 25 hours of at-home study. These self-study courses are completed online and include video lectures, reading assignments, teaching exercises, and recommendations for your personal practice. The following reading list corresponds with individual lessons dispersed throughout the four pre-training courses. Here is the full list for reference: REQUIRED READING The Yoga Sutra of Patañjali: A New Translation and Commentary (Georg Feuerstein) Light on Yoga (B.K.S Iyengar) The Heart of Yoga: Developing a Personal Practice (T. K. V. Desikachar) Trail Guide To The Body – 3rd Edition (Andrew Biel) SUGGESTED READING Teaching Yoga (Donna Farhi) Yoga Mat Companion 1: Anatomy for Vinyasa Flow and Standing Poses (Ray Long) Light on Pranayama (B.K.S Iyengar) Meditation for the Love of It: Enjoying Your Own Deepest Experience (Sally Kempton) In-Person 50 Hour Training Modules The modules constitute the core of our Voyager program. Each module comprises one, 50-hour in-person training session. You can complete your Yoga Alliance 200-Hour certification by completing all four modules, which can be can be taken at any of our locations, as long as you take them in progressive order. The module curriculum is divided as follows: Module I • ROOTS History of yoga, including an overview of the Eight Limbs Pranayama and breath work Chandra Namaskar, Cat/Cow, Surya A and Surya B Fundamentals of teaching vinyasa and opportunities to practice teach Basics of anatomy, adjustments and sanskrit Module II • STRUCTURE & SCAFFOLDING Bandhas, kriyas, and your drishti Standing poses, backbending and twists Further exposure to anatomy, physiology, sequencing, practice teaching and adjustments, including self bodywork Module III • VOICE Hips/arm balancing, seated postures, forward bends and balancing poses The Yoga Sutras An introduction to mantra, murtis, koshas, and ayurveda An in-depth review of anatomy, physiology, sequencing and practice teaching An introduction to “Vinyasa Rx” Module IV • TRUE NORTH Inversions Yin/Restorative, yoga nidra and meditation Understanding the business of yoga and the path of a teacher Chakras Teaching Prenatal Post-Training The post-training is completed after Voyagers have finished all four modules. It features nine online courses taught by Wanderlust Scholars. You will have the opportunity to upload your own teaching video and receive feedback from your Mentors and fellow trainees. This program acts as a support network that allows you to test new sequences, share playlists, and engage with your teacher training family. The seva, or charitable project, is the capstone of the teacher training program. Through seva, you will have the opportunity to give back to your community and affect meaningful change through your practice.