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200小時哈達瑜伽導師課程

由內而外、全面而細緻的瑜伽師資培訓
從實踐中學習技巧與心靈的提昇
助你成為Yoga Alliance認可的RYT200專業瑜伽導師

Your Lead Trainer

Tiffany Lau

200-Hour Yoga Alliance Accredited
Hatha Yoga Teacher Training

Weekend Classes

荔枝角店|額滿即止

18 Oct 2021

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23 Jan 2022

23 Oct 2021

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23 Jan 2022

Weekend Classes

銅鑼灣店|額滿即止

6 Nov 2021

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23 Jan 2022

Weekend Classes

觀塘店|額滿即止

Who's this course for?

想成為專業瑜伽導師的人

將瑜伽傳遞、分享給更多人。

課程確保您起步得更正確,少走彎路。

在職瑜伽導師

考取 Yoga Alliance 導師牌照,幫助事業成就更高,提昇教學質素。

瑜伽愛好者

不準備成為導師但平日有練習瑜伽,想更深入探索瑜伽,樂觀向上,希望尋求外與內的得到進步。

Our Syllabus

Our 200-hour training is composed of 8 key pillars:

Mission


Our mission is to help prevent and treat mental illness, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse, and to enhance the quality of life of individuals who experience these conditions in the Cities of Buena Vista and Lexington and the Counties of Rockbridge and Bath, Virginia by providing individualized treatments, establishing and expanding programs and support systems, and promoting integration into the community.




History


Developed and governed by a Board of Directors representing each of the four localities served by our programming, RACS has grown along with the many communities it serves. Since 1982, RACS has been the primary resource for mental health, developmental disabilities, substance abuse, and prevention services in the Rockbridge Area. With offices and programs all over the Rockbridge Area and qualified, dedicated staff, we are available to meet the diverse needs of our communities. Historical Markers Jan. 1955: Rockbridge County Mental Health Association forms. Nov. 1963: Mental Health Association sponsors first mental health services available in Rockbridge area. July 1968: Rockbridge Mental Health Services becomes part of State Mental Health Clinic system. Clinic, located at 11 Randolph Street in Lexington with only part-time staff, moves to Public Health Department building on White Street later in the year. Jun. 1973: First meeting of Rockbridge Mental Health Clinic, Inc. The purpose of the corporation is to establish, construct, and maintain a mental health clinic to serve all of Rockbridge County including the Cities of Lexington and Buena Vista Jan. 1977: Rockbridge Mental Health Clinic becomes a full-time clinic as William Dorfman, Ph.D., Licensed Clinical Psychologist, is hired as full-time Director. Oct. 1979: Dedication of new Rockbridge Mental Health Clinic at 315 Myers Street in Lexington. Nov. 1982: Formation of Rockbridge Area Community Services Board serving Rockbridge County, Lexington, Buena Vista, and Bath County (through contract). July 1983: Rockbridge Area Community Services Board responsible for provision of mental health, mental retardation, and substance abuse services in Rockbridge area. Clinic staff members become employees of Community Services Board. Alcohol and drug services provided through contract with Alcohol Services of Rockbridge, Inc. (ASOR). Sep. 1983: Michael Gilmore hired as Executive Director/Chief Clinical Officer for Community Services Board. May 1989: Eagle’s Nest Clubhouse moves to 101 E. 29th Street in Buena Vista Apr. 1992: Bath County Board of Supervisors passes a resolution to officially join RACS. Feb. 1996: Board breaks ground for Rockbridge Meadows group home. Sep. 1996: Board establishes a group home in Millboro and names it ‘Wellman House’ honoring community advocate Hall Wellman. May 1998: Agency relocates administrative offices to 410 Mason Drive. June 2000: RACS establishes a group home at the Arc Acres farm in Natural Bridge. Dec. 2000: Established a transition house in Buena Vista. Mar. 2002: Intellectually and Developmentally Disabled Adult Day Activity program relocated Apr. 2002: Bath County Adult Day Activity program moves into Rudy Via Center in Millboro. Feb. 2003: Michael Gilmore accepts new position as Executive Director at Alexandria CSB. July 2003: Dennis Cropper hired as Executive Director. Sep. 2004: RACS purchases a fifth group home, Deer Haven, in Buena Vista. July 2005: Groundbreaking for new consolidated facility at 241 Greenhouse Rd. in Lexington. May 2006: Moved into new facility on Greenhouse Road. July 2007: Opened Transition House 2 in Buena Vista Sep 2007: Purchased land for new Magnolia Center May 2008: RACS applies for a Federal Byrne Grant allowing the agency to form a Crisis Intervention Training Program for local law enforcement for training on intervening with clients in a mental health crisis Nov 2009: Fire at Bacova outpatient office destroys building; the office moves into Warm Springs in January 2010 June 2011: Moved Bath County Clinic to Mitchelltown Jan 2012: Construction begins for Magnolia Center, a day support program for intellectually & developmentally disabled individuals Dec 2012: Magnolia Center opened on Village Way Oct 2015: Dennis Cropper retires as Executive Director Nov 2015: John Young appointed Interim Executive Director Apr 2016: John Young hired as Executive Director June. 2016: RACS receives funding from DBHDS to implement and support a Crisis Intervention Team Assessment Site. Partnership between RACS, local law enforcement and local hospital. October 2016: Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Assessment Site opens, located within the Carilion Stonewall Jackson Hospital October 2018: John Young resigned as Executive Director of RACS October 2018: Irma Bailey appointed Acting Executive Director of RACS March 2019: Kimberly Shaw hired as the Executive Director of RACS April 2019: Mental Health services in Bath Co. relocated from Mitchelltown to Bath Community Hospital




Board Members


Ann-Ashby McKissick, Board Chair Rockbridge County Malcolm Brownlee, Rockbridge County Lisa Clark, Buena Vista Perlista Yvonne Henry, Bath County Bruce Sigler, Rockbridge County Allicia Bostick, Lexington Kevin Kendall, Rockbridge County Keith Hartman, Buena Vista James T. Gire, Lexington Kari Lightner, Bath County Brent Styler, Buena Vista Gail Mason Bath County Hugh Furgeson, Rockbridge County Jade Knick, Rockbridge County Mike Gilmore, Lexington Board Minutes




Leadership Team


Kimberly Shaw - Executive Director Michele Mathis - Chief Financial Officer Don Sherman - Director of Corporate Integrity/CECO Wendy Mace - Director of Developmental Services Greg Hornback - Director of Clinical Services Samantha Hoke - Director of Community Based Behavioral Health and Prevention




Financials






Included but not limited to 30+ home study hours.

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Your Lead Trainer

Tiffany Lau

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Born and raised in Hong Kong, Tiffany started her first yoga in 2004. Yoga was merely a kind of exercise to keep her body mobile after long working hours every day when she was working in the Media Industry. In 2013, she had an accident and hurt her back and this is how she got re-introduced to yoga during her rehabilitation journey. Knowing how yoga benefits her physically and mentally, Tiffany has the vision of letting more people experience the benefits of yoga by making yoga accessible to all walks of life.

Her teachings are progressive, with each practice accessible for beginners yet challenging for more experienced practitioners. She brings in the practices of Mindfulness, short meditation and breathing exercises to her class. Through a combination of mindful exploration and quiet awareness, she offers students the chance to reconnect with their heart and spark a positive transformation that extends far beyond the four corners of the mat.

As much as Tiffany enjoys practicing yoga asana, she believes it is the science behind yoga that actually makes yoga therapeutic and beneficial to all walks of life, she continues on deepening her knowledge of how yoga benefits human body and mind in different ways by studying further. Apart from a RYT® 500, she is also a Registered Children Yoga Teacher, Registered Pre-natal Yoga Teacher, Certified Yoga Wheel and Aerial Hammock Teacher. Tiffany is currently taking a Diploma in Acupuncture (Traditional Chinese Medicine) in the University to explore the various ways of mind-body healing thru the combination of yoga and Traditional Chinese wisdom.

Accredited Qualification:

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with Assistant Trainer

Mandy Cheung

Mandy loves running and started yoga as a tool for stretching and releasing muscle tension. Few years later, she met yoga master Ganesh, who inspires her and brings yoga into her life. She believes yoga is a journey to explore inner self and peace. She practices hatha yoga; now she is exploring her path into Ashtanga yoga. She finds that the self-discipline and fixed sequences practice helps her connecting deeper to her inner self. Her classes are gentle and therapeutic; she encourages students to be aware of and connect to their bodies and mind.

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Accredited Qualification:

 

Yoga Alliance Accredited School

Yoga Alliance 認可瑜伽學校

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我們著重教學質素

和你將來的教學質素

FIT LAB 為瑜伽聯盟(Yoga Alliance)認證學校。我們的師資培訓課堂為國際認可。學員完成本中心課堂,可以登記為國際認可的RYT(註冊的瑜伽教師)的資格。成為 RYT 讓你更上層樓,具有國際認證瑜伽教師資格,符合許多瑜伽教室的師資要求。

 

FIT LAB is a registered school with Yoga Alliance. Our teacher training programmes are internationally accredited, have exclusive recognition and qualify for the 200-hr Yoga Alliance Certification. Yoga Alliance is an international governing board for yoga teachers and training programmes in the U.S. and globally. Graduates of our programme are eligible to register as a RYT (Registered Yoga Teacher) with Yoga Alliance. Becoming a RYT means having a higher profile and gaining international recognition as a yoga teacher, an attribute that many hiring studios look for.

Inside RYT

Weekend Classes (Causeway Bay)

Every SAT & SUN  逢星期六、日上課

5 pm

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11 pm

23 Oct 2021

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23 Jan 2022

Causeway Bay Studio

Dates:

Oct 23, 24, 30, 31

Nov 6, 7, 13, 14, 20, 21, 27, 28

Dec 4, 5, 11, 12, 18, 19, 27

Jan 2, 8, 9, 15, 16

Graduation Weekend: Jan 22-23 (KT 13:00-22:30)

Weekday Classes (Lai Chi Kok)

Every MON, TUE & THU  逢星期一、二及四上課

9 am

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1 pm

18 Oct 2021

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23 Jan 2022

Lai Chi Kok

Club

Dates:

Oct 18, 19, 21, 25, 26, 28

Nov 1, 2, 4, 8, 9, 11, 15, 16, 18, 22, 23, 25, 29, 30

Dec 2, 6, 7, 9, 13, 14, 16, 20, 21, 23

Jan 3, 4, 6, 10, 11, 13

Graduation Weekend:  Jan 22-23 (KT 13:00-22:30 )

Weekend Classes (Kwun Tong)

Every SAT & SUN  逢星期六、日上課

12:45 pm

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10:45 pm

6 Nov 2021

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23 Jan 2022

Kwun Tong Studio

Dates:

Nov 6, 7, 13, 14

Dec 4, 5, 11, 12, 18, 19, 27

Jan 8, 9, 15, 16

Graduation Weekend: Jan 22-23 (12:45-22:45)

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FIT LAB Causeway Bay

Yoga Studio

 7/F, The Sharp,

1-13 Sharp Street East, Causeway Bay

(next to Time Square)

( 1-Min walk from MTR Causeway Bay Station Exit A )

香港銅鑼灣霎東街11至13號

The Sharp 7樓 FIT LAB (時代廣場側)

( 港鐵銅鑼灣站A出口步行約 1 分鐘 )

​T / +852 3619 9590

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FIT LAB Lai Chi Kok

Yoga Studio

Unit C, 7/C, D2 Place TWO,

15 Cheung Shun Street, Lai Chi Kok

( 1-Min walk from MTR Lai Chi Kok Station Exit D2 )

香港九龍荔枝角長順街15號

D2 Place TWO 二期7樓C室

( 港鐵荔枝角站D2出口步行約 1 分鐘 )

​T / +852 2331 9559

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FIT LAB Kwun Tong

Yoga Studio

Unit 202, 2/F, Pioneer Place, 

33 Hoi Yuen Road, Kwun Tong

( 7-Min walk from MTR Kwun Tong Station Exit B3 )

觀塘開源道33號建生廣場2樓202室

( 港鐵觀塘站B3出口步行約7分鐘 )

​T / +852 2331 9559

Tuition

HK $27,600

Early Bird Offer

早鳥優惠

HK $34,500

Regular Price

正價

已包括課程所需輔助工具、瑜伽墊、訓練手冊、畢業後發出之證書

每次上課均提供毛巾及可使用更衣室設施

使用 Master / Visa 可提供 3 個月分期

American Express 信用卡可提供多達 12 個月分期

All fees are non-fundable and non-transferable.

We reserve the rights to postpone the training date and time should unforeseen circumstances occur (e.g. COVID-19 safety measurements from government etc).

+HK $500

10 Classes

Practice before Your Yoga Teacher Training

一個月最多10堂團體瑜伽課程

Max. 10 Yoga Classes at Selected Location for 1 month

自選一間會所

Kwun Tong Club / Lai Chi Kok Club / Causeway Bay Studio

 
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Frequently Asked Questions

Mission


Our mission is to help prevent and treat mental illness, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse, and to enhance the quality of life of individuals who experience these conditions in the Cities of Buena Vista and Lexington and the Counties of Rockbridge and Bath, Virginia by providing individualized treatments, establishing and expanding programs and support systems, and promoting integration into the community.




History


Developed and governed by a Board of Directors representing each of the four localities served by our programming, RACS has grown along with the many communities it serves. Since 1982, RACS has been the primary resource for mental health, developmental disabilities, substance abuse, and prevention services in the Rockbridge Area. With offices and programs all over the Rockbridge Area and qualified, dedicated staff, we are available to meet the diverse needs of our communities. Historical Markers Jan. 1955: Rockbridge County Mental Health Association forms. Nov. 1963: Mental Health Association sponsors first mental health services available in Rockbridge area. July 1968: Rockbridge Mental Health Services becomes part of State Mental Health Clinic system. Clinic, located at 11 Randolph Street in Lexington with only part-time staff, moves to Public Health Department building on White Street later in the year. Jun. 1973: First meeting of Rockbridge Mental Health Clinic, Inc. The purpose of the corporation is to establish, construct, and maintain a mental health clinic to serve all of Rockbridge County including the Cities of Lexington and Buena Vista Jan. 1977: Rockbridge Mental Health Clinic becomes a full-time clinic as William Dorfman, Ph.D., Licensed Clinical Psychologist, is hired as full-time Director. Oct. 1979: Dedication of new Rockbridge Mental Health Clinic at 315 Myers Street in Lexington. Nov. 1982: Formation of Rockbridge Area Community Services Board serving Rockbridge County, Lexington, Buena Vista, and Bath County (through contract). July 1983: Rockbridge Area Community Services Board responsible for provision of mental health, mental retardation, and substance abuse services in Rockbridge area. Clinic staff members become employees of Community Services Board. Alcohol and drug services provided through contract with Alcohol Services of Rockbridge, Inc. (ASOR). Sep. 1983: Michael Gilmore hired as Executive Director/Chief Clinical Officer for Community Services Board. May 1989: Eagle’s Nest Clubhouse moves to 101 E. 29th Street in Buena Vista Apr. 1992: Bath County Board of Supervisors passes a resolution to officially join RACS. Feb. 1996: Board breaks ground for Rockbridge Meadows group home. Sep. 1996: Board establishes a group home in Millboro and names it ‘Wellman House’ honoring community advocate Hall Wellman. May 1998: Agency relocates administrative offices to 410 Mason Drive. June 2000: RACS establishes a group home at the Arc Acres farm in Natural Bridge. Dec. 2000: Established a transition house in Buena Vista. Mar. 2002: Intellectually and Developmentally Disabled Adult Day Activity program relocated Apr. 2002: Bath County Adult Day Activity program moves into Rudy Via Center in Millboro. Feb. 2003: Michael Gilmore accepts new position as Executive Director at Alexandria CSB. July 2003: Dennis Cropper hired as Executive Director. Sep. 2004: RACS purchases a fifth group home, Deer Haven, in Buena Vista. July 2005: Groundbreaking for new consolidated facility at 241 Greenhouse Rd. in Lexington. May 2006: Moved into new facility on Greenhouse Road. July 2007: Opened Transition House 2 in Buena Vista Sep 2007: Purchased land for new Magnolia Center May 2008: RACS applies for a Federal Byrne Grant allowing the agency to form a Crisis Intervention Training Program for local law enforcement for training on intervening with clients in a mental health crisis Nov 2009: Fire at Bacova outpatient office destroys building; the office moves into Warm Springs in January 2010 June 2011: Moved Bath County Clinic to Mitchelltown Jan 2012: Construction begins for Magnolia Center, a day support program for intellectually & developmentally disabled individuals Dec 2012: Magnolia Center opened on Village Way Oct 2015: Dennis Cropper retires as Executive Director Nov 2015: John Young appointed Interim Executive Director Apr 2016: John Young hired as Executive Director June. 2016: RACS receives funding from DBHDS to implement and support a Crisis Intervention Team Assessment Site. Partnership between RACS, local law enforcement and local hospital. October 2016: Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Assessment Site opens, located within the Carilion Stonewall Jackson Hospital October 2018: John Young resigned as Executive Director of RACS October 2018: Irma Bailey appointed Acting Executive Director of RACS March 2019: Kimberly Shaw hired as the Executive Director of RACS April 2019: Mental Health services in Bath Co. relocated from Mitchelltown to Bath Community Hospital




Board Members


Ann-Ashby McKissick, Board Chair Rockbridge County Malcolm Brownlee, Rockbridge County Lisa Clark, Buena Vista Perlista Yvonne Henry, Bath County Bruce Sigler, Rockbridge County Allicia Bostick, Lexington Kevin Kendall, Rockbridge County Keith Hartman, Buena Vista James T. Gire, Lexington Kari Lightner, Bath County Brent Styler, Buena Vista Gail Mason Bath County Hugh Furgeson, Rockbridge County Jade Knick, Rockbridge County Mike Gilmore, Lexington Board Minutes




Leadership Team


Kimberly Shaw - Executive Director Michele Mathis - Chief Financial Officer Don Sherman - Director of Corporate Integrity/CECO Wendy Mace - Director of Developmental Services Greg Hornback - Director of Clinical Services Samantha Hoke - Director of Community Based Behavioral Health and Prevention




Financials






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