​Lead Yoga Teacher Training Facilitator

Brittany Hopkins is owner of and teacher at Container Collective Yoga. As a YACEP E-RYT 500 hour and 1200 hour certified Baptiste Yoga Instructor, that has been teaching movement since 1998, she creates space for students to feel comfortable and confident to stretch and move beyond their imagination, on and off their yoga mats. With a background as a professional dancer and dance instructor in Chicago, IL; Central Utah; Denver, CO; and internationally in Beijing, China, her yoga classes are fun, fluid, and challenging, and inspire students to embody a sense of ease and unconditional love that impact their lives outside of the studio. She trained with the Baptiste Institute. She is also trained in Yoga Nidra "Yogic Sleep" and Silver Sneakers Chair Yoga. And is a social impact leader with the Baptiste Foundation.

“Brittany was a fantastic trainer! Her wisdom and grace shines through the course content which really allows her to support us and let the group flourish! Wonderful approach to teaching Baptiste style yoga!

CCYoga made the experience challenging, engaging and extremely rewarding. Along with coming out with a significant body of knowledge spanning the realms of poses, assits, meditation, inquiry, and business. Training inspired my yoga and meditation practices, my ability to be present, and a greater connection to the community around us. I highly recommend the YTT from CCYoga for anyone looking for something to change their live.”

By Ashleigh Sylvester

"This training is way more than just learning poses. It digs down into your foundation, shines the brightest spotlight on the cracks, holes, missing sections then teaches you tools to rebuild your own foundation stronger than ever thought. It is not easy, it is actually pretty terrifying. Now I feel and act with more integrity, kindness and love....I am stronger....I'm learning to manage stress physically and emotionally."

By Chelsea

Concrete results and outcomes you will get from this training:

  • A powerful personal practice & deeper understanding of your body
  • New friends and an amazing supportive community
  • The ability to teach an all levels Power Yoga class to any population
  • Anatomy & Physiology of yoga, as well as the energetics of yoga
  • Alignment, sequencing, and hands on adjustments
  • The philosophy of yoga and how to live yoga off your mat
  • Effective communication & presentation skills

Program requirements and expectations:

  • 180+ contact classroom hours
  • 40+ non-contact hours
  • Non-contact hours include time outside/in-between each scheduled weekend and include practice teaching sessions, reading and writing assignments, yoga practice, meditation, and group assignments and activities.

​Modules will be comprised of the following:

  • Asana (physical yoga practice)
  • Meditation
  • Conversation/Inquiry
  • Methodology
  • Technique
  • Practice Teaching

​What to bring/required

  • Journal and pen
  • Yoga mat
  • Yoga block
  • Yoga strap
  • Refillable water bottle, electrolyte replenisher
  • Plenty of yoga clothes Towels or yogi toes for sweaty asana practice
  • Meals and snacks for each day
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