Who is Eligible?

- Movement teachers like - Yoga teachers, Pilates teachers, or other certified movement teachers

- Certified therapists like Physical Therapists, Chiropractors, Massage Therapists.

- Anyone wanting to be certified as a movement teacher , taking the New Movement Teacher Track

Attending a Restore Your Core workshop is a prerequisite for enrolling in the training.

What are the Prerequisites for doing the training?

1. Attend an RYC™ weekend workshop (2 day)
2. Completion of RYC™ online program

What are the requirements to certify?

Track One: Existing Movement Teachers
1. RYC™ 4-day Teacher Training
2. 3 Case Studies: These are to be completed post training. They can be a 1-1 or a group class. I offer guidelines to use to write up a summary of your class.

Track Two: New Movement Teachers
1. RYC™ 4-day Teacher Training
2. 3 Case Studies: These are to be completed post training.
3. Teach 10 practice hours. These hours will be completed post certification week participants will be given a full set of guidelines for this teaching.
4. 4 Skype sessions with other teacher trainees to review each other’s classes and get feedback for growth as a teacher
5. Complete the Teaching Movement Fundamentals course. (Offered to the TT's for $299 as opposed to regular price of $799)

How many days is the training?

4 full days of training (approx. 8:30-5:30)

How much does it cost?

There are 2 tracks. The training costs $1,999 for existing movement teachers and movement professionals and $2,299 for new teachers wishing to certify as a movement teacher.

What can I do with my certification?

- Teach RYC classes (make sure to adhere to RYC guidelines).
- Call yourself a Certified RYC teacher (trademark in the process)

What else will I be able to do with my certification?

You'll be able to incorporate all of the exercises, assessments, and tools into your other (non RYC) movement classes. You will know how to help your clients to be more functional and to move with more ease.

You will enable your students em to go through the Restore Your Core stages, move better and have a body that is functional.

How will people in the RYC community and beyond find me?

Your profile will be put on the Teachers section of Restore Your Core on website laurenohayon.com (TBD) with your name, address, website
information.

How can I continue to be supported after the training is over?

You'll get access to a new exclusive Facebook community of RYC teachers with support and guidance from myself and other certified teachers (TBD) and you will also gain access to a monthly live coaching call with Lauren.

Is there a test to certify?

Yes, there will be a short test to demonstrate comprehension of material and philosophy.

There will also be a requirement to do 3 “studies.” These case studies are a write up of either a class you taught and what you taught and why or a write up of you working 1-1 with a client and what you taught and why.

What if I fail the test?

It is my goal to ensure that you have a deep comprehension of the material and the expectation is that you will have the tools to pass the test. It is not my goal to fail you and to that end I will do my best to help you grasp the information. If one does in fact fail the test, they will be given a chance to re-take 1 time.

Is the certification accredited by any fitness organization?

No. Out of choice I do not affiliate with any organization.

What materials will be handed in the training?

A course manual detailing many of the exercises and protocols taught in the training as well as templates of the Restore Your Core classes.

How do I maintain my status as RYC certified teacher after training ends?

You'll be required to renew your status on an annual basis. Details will be announced but it will involve a renewal of our contract and a small processing fee.

What do I need to bring with me to the training?

Beside for coming with good spirit, appetite to meet amazing women and stamina to absorb lots of materials you should also have with you: yoga mat, block, strap, half roller, a notebook and a pen.

What is "Teaching Movement Fundamentals course" and who should take this course?

The "Teaching Movement Fundamentals course" is a new course that I will start offering late 2017. It consists of 8 modules. The topics of these 8 modules are:
- Sacroiliac Joint anatomy and function
- Shoulder anatomy and function
- "Tight Hips" Sequencing
- General body reading and assessment
- Finding your voice as a teacher, learning to listen, setting goals and expectations
- How to modify postures and exercises
- How to sequence a group, private and themed class
- Business building