Yoga Alliance: 200 hours upon successful completion.
Winter is the perfect time to come to Yogaville and immerse yourselves fully in our Basic Hatha Yoga Teacher Training and yogic lifestyle. The new year is just beginning and it’s often the only window of time that many of you may have to accomplish your goal of becoming a yoga teacher before your schedule begins to get busy. Often the winter teaching trainings are smaller than the trainings held at other times of year giving the students more one-on-one time with their instructors and providing the opportunity for shyer students to come into their own.
Winter at Yogaville is a peaceful time. The air is fresh and pure, and the night skies are illuminated with the dazzling stars of the Milky Way untouched by city lights. The trees stand naked of leaves in deep slumber and occasionally we awaken to a light snow that transforms the surrounding woods into a winter fairyland. By noon the snow often begins to melt and we return to the winter landscape of browns and pale yellows. Deer graze on the grassy fields next to the LOTUS while cardinals, woodpeckers and purple finches fly from branch to branch looking for food.
Our comprehensive yoga teacher certification program provides a strong foundation for personal and spiritual development, an appreciation for nurturing one’s own practice and the skills to become a knowledgeable and professional Yoga teacher. You will receive training in teaching all of the aspects of the Beginners I Hatha Yoga class consisting of asanas (Yoga poses), deep relaxation, pranayama (breathing practices), chanting and meditation.The Integral Yoga Teacher Training curriculum includes the following:
- Instruction in teaching the Yoga postures, deep relaxation and breathing techniques
- Guidance in your personal Yoga practices
- Monitored teaching practice
- Classes in vegetarian diet
- Instruction in basic anatomy and physiology
- Meditation workshops focusing on a variety of effective meditation techniques
- Instruction and practice in chanting – both for personal practice and teaching
- An in-depth course in Raja Yoga: The philosophy and psychology of Yoga covering such
- topics as the nature of the mind, the science of meditation, and yogic lifestyle guidelines
- Study and practice of the other branches of Integral Yoga:
- Jnana Yoga: The path of discrimination or self-analysis, inquiry into the nature of the Self, and witnessing
- the mind
- Bhakti Yoga: The path of devotion, which includes chanting, worship, and self-surrender
- Karma Yoga: The path of dedicated action and selfless service
- How to set up, publicize, and conduct classes
For Full Details on Integral Yoga’s renowned Residential Yoga Teacher Training please follow this link.
Applicants should be regular practitioners of Hatha Yoga for 6 months, preferably one year. We recommend that all students not trained through Integral Yoga familiarize themselves with the Integral Yoga method of teaching Hatha Yoga by taking classes at an Integral Yoga Institute or from an IY teacher. Information on Integral Yoga teachers in your area can be obtained from the online Teachers Directory at www.iyta.org or by contacting the Integral Yoga Teachers Association at 434-969-3121, ext. 177. If this is not possible, you may purchase the DVDs Yoga with a Master and the Integral Yoga Hatha I thirty minute CD from the Integral Yoga Multimedia (Shakticom) at Tel: 434-969-1347.
At the end of the course, graduates receive a diploma certifying them to teach Integral Yoga Hatha Beginners Level I. Integral Yoga is a registered school of the Yoga Alliance, a voluntary alliance of organizations and teachers dedicated to uphold the integrity of Yoga, establish voluntary national standards for Yoga teachers, and provide support for the Yoga professional in the United States.
Integral Yoga may award 200 hours towards Yoga Alliance registration with the completion of this course.
Satya Greenstone, E-RYT 500 has been a student of Sri Swami Satchidananda for over 40 years. Throughout this time she has shared the teachings of Integral Yoga in many diverse settings with students of all ages and backgrounds. In 1978, she and her husband started the Yogaville Vidyalayam- Temple of Learning, an elementary school for the ashram community children. For 17 years they taught the children, developing a full academic curriculum based on the principles and teachings of Yoga. Since 1999 she has been a primary teacher for the Integral Yoga Basic Teacher Training course. She combines a natural, practical, down to earth approach to yoga with a gentle humor. She is a yogini first and foremost, and her teaching is an extension of the experience of her yoga practice.
“The residential Teacher Training course is a direct gift from Sri Gurudev, Swami Satchidananda. He always said that one should become a Yogi first. It is the most profound program offered at Yogaville, because people come and live the Yogic lifestyle and their lives are transformed. It is very powerful and I love to be a part of it.” Satya Greenstone
Lalita Dagny Vigander, LMT, E-RYT 500 has been practicing Integral Yoga since 1998. After her very first class, she was hooked and knew that this was her path. In 2005 she became an Integral Yoga instructor and since then has furthered her yoga education becoming certified in Basic, Intermediate & Advanced Hatha, as well as Stress Management, Raja Yoga, Meditation & Teaching Yoga to Children. She is also trained in Integral Yoga for People with Cancer. Lalita teaches children, adult & senior classes along with Meditation & Stress Management classes. She has been invited to lecture at cancer retreats, to a community college & at UT’s Administrators retreats & Woman’s conferences. Lalita is a Reiki Master & licensed massage therapist specializing in deep tissue structural body work & CranioSacral Therapy.
- January 19, 2014 - February 16, 2014
- Tuition: $1,995.00
- Lodging: $1,260.00 to $2,825.00
- Deposit: $500.00