The Yoga for Teens Teacher Training offers yoga as a transformative life practice for teens that fosters physical, mental, social, and emotional development through yoga practices and principles.
The 2014 Centennial Celebration at Yogaville is part of a Global Garland – the events and projects around the world celebrating the life and service of H.H. Sri Swami Sathidananda (Sri Gurudev).
Yoga and Ayurveda are sister sciences that heal, integrate and transform all levels of our being.
This innovative program trains Yoga teachers to adapt the full spectrum of Integral Yoga practices to populations in many settings, including hospitals, schools, corporate workplaces.
Teaching yoga and meditation to children is an opportunity to plant the seeds of peace for the future of the world. Yoga practice offers to children the acquisition of the skill of attentive concentration which enables them to be successful in all of their endeavors.
Confidence, clarity and compassion are the three most important qualities of a good yoga teacher and can only be developed through deliberate practice.
Become a certified Hatha Yoga teacher through Yogaville’s Residential Program in beautiful Buckingham, VA. Exceeds requirements for 200 RYT.
“Forgiveness is the key to happiness.”—A Course in Miracles Based on Christian principles and terminology, A Course in Miracles focuses on “The Forgiveness Principle”– a crucial aspect of the path of Yoga and key to our emotional health. This weekend will explore the place of forgiveness in our spiritual practices. A Course […]
Adaptive Yoga Teacher Training focuses on adapting the Integral Yoga practices to meet the needs of the individual. Poses and practices will be adapted to sitting, lying down, and standing with and without support.
Yoga Therapy for People with Cancer & Chronic Illness Training (YCaT) is a three-level certification program designed to train health professionals and experienced Yoga teachers to work safely with cancer patients at any stage of illness as well as people with stable chronic illness. The goal of this program is to enable Yoga teachers to adapt traditional Yoga practices to meet the physiological and psychological needs of this population and to communicate effectively with medical personnel.