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13 Jan 2013 – 9 Feb 2013: 200hr Yoga Teacher Training in India with Yoga Within.

November 5, 2012

 

JOIN AFRICA YOGA IN INDIA

Earl Bird Special Discounted Tuition for full registration payment before 20th November.
Contact Gavin at info@africayoga.org for details.

200 Hour Yoga Teacher Certification

Yoga Teacher Certification through a four week intensive
from 13 January to 8 February 2013

in Rishikesh, India
An Adventure of a Lifetime!

The Africa Yoga Teacher Training is a transformative rite of passage. We view yoga as a process aimed at accessing the profound truths of our ‘being’ness and living more in line with our deepest Self. Just as our yoga practice is a life-long, enduring part of how we connect to the Divine consciousness within ourselves and within all Beings, teaching yoga is a step toward a life of sharing our own personal insights with other travellers who are journeying on this path toward ‘whole’ness.

It is from this grounded, centred place of being that the individual moves into the realm of the teacher.

Join us for an experience of a lifetime!

Course Content

  • Sacred daily self-practice, including: asana, pranayama, meditation, relaxation
  • Asana will include various forms: astanga-style/vinyasa/power, yin, aligment-oriented Hatha, restorative
  • Ritualistic elemental journeys
  • Technique of asana (poses)and pranayama(breathing)
  • Historical basis for yoga
  • Yoga Philosophy
  • Yoga Psychology
  • Yoga Anatomy and Physiology
  • Yogic Subtle Anatomy, including the energetic chakra system and the Koshas
  • Ayurveda: Yoga, lifestyle and diet according to your dosha (body type)
  • Hands-on Adjustments: practical philosophy and guidelines
  • Holding a ritualistic, sacred space with intention
  • Benefits and Cautions
  • Yoga for Special Needs
  • The use of props and variations
  • Sequencing yoga classes
  • Choreographing music for yoga classes
  • Yoga Trance Dance experience
  • Practical teaching

Schedule

Intensive weekly schedule is Monday – Saturday, with approximately 9 hours of practice/instruction daily, with breaks for lunch and tea.

Investment

The fee for the Yoga Teacher Training is R21,500 (ZAR). This includes all tuition and course notes. Accommodation, transport/travel to the venue, and meals are not included.
An ‘early-bird’ discount applies before 20 November. If the full course fee is paid by the 20th of November 2012, the fee reduces to R19,500 (ZAR).
Upon successful completion of the course, you will be eligible to register with Yoga Alliance as a RYT200 Yoga Teacher.

 

Accommodation and Meals

You are welcome to arrange your own accommodation or to select the accommodation option near to the venue which includes Ayurvedic meals.

With this option, there are several price structures, depending on what you require.

Accommodation ranges from approximately $20 to $30 (USD) per day with Ayurvedic breakfasts and lunches.

There is a kitchen available to cater for your own supper, or you can have Ayurvedic suppers prepared for you, or eat out – many options available.

You will also be learning to prepare Ayurvedic food during the course, so you may want to practice cooking in the self-catering kitchen in the evening.

Please speak to us about these or other options so that we can suggest an arrangement that works for you.

Required Course Textbook

Before the course, you will be required to obtain a copy of Mark Stephen’s “Teaching Yoga: Essential Foundations and Techniques”.

Travel Arrangements

It is best to arrive in New Delhi on Friday 11 or Saturday 12 January 2013. A team member will be at the airport to welcome you if you arrive anytime from Thursday 10th to Saturday 12th January.

If you want to stay overnight in New Delhi, a hotel will cost around $60 per night without food, airport transfer $20 or train $2. This can all be arranged for you.

The shuttle to Rishikesh costs $20. We will arrange this for you. Travel time to Rishikesh can be up to about 8 hours, so be prepared to start relaxing and letting go of any time pressure.

Rishikesh Information

Rishikesh is a sacred town nestled in the foothills of the Himalayas on the banks of the Ganges.

There are restrictions on alcohol, egg, and meat.

Drink only bottled water, which is readily available throughout the town.

All the course activities are included in the course fee. If you want to do any additional activities, like rafting the Ganges, or additional visits to temples and ashrams, etc. these can be arranged through reliable contacts in Rishikesh.

Good medical doctor and dentist facilities are available.

There is no malaria in Rishikesh

Please contact us if you have any questions about travel arrangements, or the course.
Namaste,
Gavin, Kevin and Maritz

AFRICA YOGA
www.africayoga.org
info@africayoga.org

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