How to use Intensives in a sentence

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  • They host summer intensives, a grade school program, and even a foreign exchange organization.

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  • From college credits to online intensives, there is a grant writing lesson appropriate for you.

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  • Program fees vary considerably, because many training sessions are retreat intensives.

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  • For intensives, plan a budget starting at $4,000 for training, materials, certification, lodging, and meals.

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  • The certification program at Spirit Tree Yoga in Wakefield, Rhode Island, is currently taught by Cathy Cesario over the course of several weekends and intensives throughout an eight-month period.

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  • Spread across the state, there are different types of programs in all regions; some training programs are residential intensives, while others take months to complete.

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  • The Living Yoga Program teacher training includes either one or two intensives at an ashram outside of Austin.

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  • Directed by Carole Westerman, the teacher's training intensives at Lotus House last six months.

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  • This Yoga Alliance-accredited yoga teachers' training program at The Yoga Institute takes the form of several intensives with time in between each one.

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  • During these intensives, students will learn and practice all of the elements required by the Yoga Alliance for 200-hour yoga teacher certification.

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  • Put on by various national organizations around the country, these are events that cheerleaders train for year round, both at their high-schools and also at intensives such as cheer camps and workshops with special trainers.

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