In the training you'll certainly learn the basics of anatomy, yoga philosophy, the asanas, etc. But what I appreciated most was that rather than teaching a specific style that we should then turn around and emulate, or claiming that one approach is specifically "better" than another, Jennifer continuously introduced various modalities, and then encouraged us to find, and pay attention to what spoke to us (one should teach what inspires them). Prior to the teacher training, I'd only ever practiced Hatha and Iyengar.
In Jennifer's 200 Hour training, I was introduced to Ashtanga, Jivamukti, Gentle, Restorative, Fusion, Qi-Gong, Tai Chi, Yin, Shadow, Vinyasa, Power, Tapas, Meditation, Bhakti Flow, and Nidra…it was mind blowing. My body energized, my mind stretched. I came away not only with a better knowledge of what's out there & available to all students, but also quite clear on what I gravitate towards. How very empowering to have the knowledge to help students find the best type of class for them as well as have the door opened for me to pursue my education around the styles that speak to me. Forever grateful for JOY's 200 Teacher Training.