Summer Immersion at Lazy I Ranch 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training

Lazy I Ranch Immersion Yoga Teacher Training Program

Yoga Alliance-Certified 240-Hour
Yoga Teacher Training & Advanced Yoga Studies


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This training format pulls students out of their usual surroundings into the bucolic rolling farmland of Central Wisconsin. Set in the gentility - and realness - of the Lazy I Ranch with hosts (and GL manager) Tracy Hovde and Mark Triebold, students attend two ten-day periods - one in June and one in August. Under the eaves of a modernized barn loft, on the soft tree-lined lawn bordered by flower and vegetable gardens, and with the gaze of the watchful Scottish Highland cattle and prize chickens, students witness firsthand how being in nature supports learning and joining together in a sangha. Options for lodging on the property and meal plans are available. Like all of our 200-hour programs, this program offers the same dynamic and highly rated content and experienced senior and supporting faculty who are dedicated to helping you develop your authentic teaching voice.

2020 Schedule - Lazy I Ranch Immersion

Location: Lazy I Ranch, Clayton Wisconsin

Session One - The Beginning Foundation & the Asanas
June 5 - 14

Session Two - The Asanas & the Teacher
July 31 - August 9

Hours:
Friday: 1:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Saturday - Saturday: 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Sunday: 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Optional onsite lodging and meal plans below!

 
 

As you know, I came into teacher training with hopes to find a physical activity to be passionate about. What I am experiencing is so much more than that and I am grateful beyond words. I wondered if you asked yourselves the question that I ask myself; I am a making a difference in my work? I just wanted to express that my experience with the Green Lotus community is making a difference in my life.
~ Colleen

 

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Lazy I Ranch On-Site Lodging

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Lazy I Ranch is a working farm with 80 acres of chemical-free pastures and woods and is home to a herd of grass-fed Scottish Highland cattle. During your stay you will be immersed in the simple living of daily farm life. The property is situated on a quiet, dirt road with over 2 miles of mowed walking trails. Dozens of apple trees, berry bushes, and wildflowers line the trails. Deer, pheasants, eagles, and other wildlife sightings are a daily occurrence. The Scottish Highland cattle, chickens, ducks, wooded acres, and gardens will all be a part of your training experience. Discover how refreshing and healing it is to get away from the city.

Students who choose to lodge onsite will share the guest house, a fully equipped 3 bedroom home with it’s own kitchen, bathroom, and living room. The kitchen will be stocked with a variety of breakfast and snack options to choose from. Catered lunch and dinner will also be provided for an additional charge.

Lodging Cost: $1,050 ($525 per 9-day session) - includes breakfast 


Flexible Meal Plan

With our optional flexible meal plan you can fix your own dinners, just let us handle breakfast, or we let us provide all your meals. You pick the number of meals that will best suit your needs. All meals will include gluten-free and vegan options as needed.

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  • Breakfast and snacks: the farmhouse kitchen will be stocked with a variety of breakfast and snack options along with a tracking sheet to record what you choose each day. Totals will be added and charged at the end of each 9-day session.

  • Lunch Option: $160 ($80 per 9-day session) or $12 per meal individually. Boxed lunches catered from Escape on 2nd. Choose from a daily selection of healthy salads, sandwiches, flatbreads, and wraps.

  • Dinner Option: $180 ($90 per 9-day session) or $15 per meal individually. 7 dinners included: 3 catered dinners and 4 nights to prepare a shared meal with all ingredients and recipes provided. Two nights you are on your own to cook for yourself, eat leftovers, or enjoy one of the area’s restaurants.

Question about lodging or food? You can discuss details with your host Tracy.

 

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