Teacher Training

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 dhyanjot@gmail.com 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.

Why Kundinyasa?

Soul Shine DancerWhat 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

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