Kundinyasa® Yoga Teacher Training
Next Training Starts March 2018
Register now at www.kundinyasa.com
Course Dates for Spring 2018
Note: We understand if you have dates that may be in conflict with something else going on in your life. There will make up opportunities for those who have to miss certain dates or weekends. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a time to discuss our personal options. Plan your vacations at the end of June through the 4th of July, late July or in August to maximize the benefits of the training program.
Friday: 7–9 pm
Saturday: 12:30–7:00 pm
Sunday: 5:30–8:00 am; 11:30–4:30 pm
Become a Yoga Teacher or Deepen your Practice
Our Kundinyasa teacher training is not only for becoming a yoga teacher but an opportunity for self exploration and improving health. Yoga has been shown in clinical studies to reduce stress and calm the mind. After sincere practice over time yoga brings deep states of relaxation helping us to handle the challenges of life in a more calm, balanced, and flexible way. Through the practice we can achieve a deeper understanding of the true nature of existence and connect with our Infinite Self beyond the body and the mind.
What makes this training special is we offer dual certification: Kundalini Yoga and Vinyasa Yoga based on the teachings of Yogi Bhajan and the Ashtanga Vinyasa system from Krishnamacharya. We offer in depth instruction on asana including alignment, sequencing, modifications, props, and hands on adjustments that are not offered in Kundalini trainings.
What sets us apart from other Vinyasa trainings is the in depth approach to the 8 Limbs of yoga teaching more than just asana or physical practice but a rich multitude of meditation and pranayama techniques used in the Kundalini Yoga System.
Kundinyasa includes all 8 limbs of yoga teaching the fundamental components to an authentic yoga practice as prescribed by Patanjali in the Yoga Sutras. Patanjali’s yoga sutras was the first comprehensive text that explains the definition of yoga, benefits, and results from a dedicated practice. The limbs are: Yamas (restraints), Niyamas (observances), Asana (physical), Pranayama (breath control), Pratyahara (internal focus), Dharana (Concentration), Dyhana (Meditation), and Samadhi (merging with the Infinite Energy that pervades everything).
Our graduates develop themsleves through their own practice and are very skilled in leading fun, challenging creative classes. Many just take the teacher training to develop a better understanding of yoga and to deepen their practice while others decide to teach amazing yoga classes.
For more information go to www.kundinyasa.com